Odd Man Inn helps as many animals as possible find safety, rehabilitation, socialization and a forever home while giving them a voice as ambassadors for their own kind against imprisonment, abuse and consumption. Today, there are 137 animals on the four acres. Thirty-seven are pigs, including Melvin, who lost a leg and both ears in a dog attack. But with crocheted ears, he won a first prize in a national photo competition for a farm supply company.
"Let's all work together to make our planet and all living things our priority, and so this is a great way to get that message out,"
For every new client starting in December through the end of January we will donate 25% as well as anyone who donates through our campaign fundraiser we will match your donations!
Dogs, Cats, ducks, goats, pigs, bunnies...the list goes on. All are welcome to be loved, healed and hopefully found a new home where they can live a happy life.
This is a place where animals come, first to survive, then to thrive.