Over 150 Cows Saved, but 800 More Still Need Rescue!
Volunteers have been working non-stop to save as many cows and their calves as possible following the closure of Big Island Dairy in Hawaii. The farm closed its operations in April 2019 after being sued for dumping toxic animal waste into nearby waterways. So far, over 150 mama cows and their babies have been saved, but there are still 800 cows who desperately need rescue! To save them, resources are needed to cover vet bills, food and transport to relocate these precious souls into new homes and give them a second chance at life.
We can’t leave them behind to die. Please consider donating (using the "Donate" button on our Facebook post) so we can save as many cows as possible!