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Mission Statement

To provide animal residents privacy and a stress-free environment to live out their lives, and to educate the local, regional, and national public on the animal welfare issues residents were rescued from.

Description

Today the Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch is home to over 40 different species of animals adding up to almost 1,000 individual residents, ranging from chimpanzees to tigers to exotic Japanese deer to over 500 horses and donkeys. The animals live among 1,400 acres in east Texas. All find permanent, peaceful homes at the sanctuary after rescue from traumatic situations ranging from abuse in the entertainment industry to languishing in research labs to hoarding to auction for slaughter. CABBR is their happily ever after.

Founded in 1979 by author and animal welfare activist Cleveland Amory, Black Beauty Ranch was the original home to 577 burros airlifted out of the basin of the Grand Canyon before the Bureau of Land Management exterminated them. It is owned and operated by the Fund for Animals, which operates several animal sanctuaries and rehabilitation centers around the country, in affiliation with the Humane Society of the United States.

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http://blackbeautyranch.org

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