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June 2024 – Update

This website was first created a decade ago... and then recreated in December 2017. Much has changed in the whole world, including here at WolfStone Ranch, since then! Our Mission has not changed, but with the addition of our newly launched musical outreach campaign, other projects have been put on hold... and then will, no doubt, be tweaked and enhanced in the future with input from our growing community!

What’s new for WolfStone Ranch??? Well, we’re no longer rescuing animals... that is, not until I can build up the WolfStone Ranch community... the Board of Directors, staff, volunteers and donors...

So please see our “Born Again” Project page for all the details... including a project introduction, my professional musical bio, a sample concert flyer, the script (our Manifesto and song intros), as well as recordings of the songs themselves... to see our unique and inspired plan for building the WolfStone Ranch community!

In the meantime, in addition to putting together our “Circle of Heroes” band, and preparing for our “Born Again” concerts, I will be (as always) busy caring for our “sanctuary” animals ~ the precious dogs and cats who have called WolfStone Ranch their home ever since we first rescued them, and who ~ due to age or illness or temperament issues ~ will live here happily and comfortably for the rest of their lives...

Namaste... I bow to the Divine in each of you!

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Our Mission

  • Building a Spiritually-Based, Activist Community around the Ethos of Compassionate Treatment of All Animals
  • Creating an Environment that Supports Healing for All Living Beings
  • Canine & Feline Rescue, Rehabilitation and Adoption Within Our Own Growing Community

Contact us:

WolfStone Ranch
Farmington MO 63640
Email • 573.756.1367

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Please Note

WolfStone Ranch is a small, exclusive facility. We are not a typical shelter open to the general public. We do not accept owner surrenders because we are simply not set up to be that kind of rescue operation. Instead, we are able to take in only a small number of “unadoptable” shelter animals in need of intensive rehabilitation. Once we are able to adopt out one of these animals, we are then able to pull another “unadoptable” animal from one of the local shelters so that they can take in more animals in dire need of rescue. With this in mind, we suggest that you contact the Farmington Pet Adoption Center if you need to relinquish an animal (be it your own pet or a stray you’ve picked up). Thank you for your understanding and cooperation!

Links of Interest

Farmington Pet Adoption Center
Humane Society of Missouri
Best Friends Animal Society
KRCU, Public Radio for Southeast Missouri
St. Louis Public Radio News