“Snoop” has a sad tail to tell. She was found running at large in Perth, but was found to have a microchip. Upon investigation it was discovered that she had been adopted in 2012 from Kingston Humane Society, and that her owner had passed away 2 months ago leaving no next of kin. It is […]
“Sophia” is a 2 year old hound, female. She is working on her housetraining and has been 3 days clean in her cage. She has been vaccinated. Unlike a lot of hounds she walks extremely well on leash. She is great with other dogs but would be best in a home without cats. She is quite shy when […]
Courtesy Post: MEET TOM TOM: I have been fostering this stray cat for about 5 to 6 months now. He came to me in rough shape. He pulled on my heart strings with his great personality, homelessness and greatfulness when I fed him for the first time. Tom Tom is what I named him because he […]
Great news – Stan has found his new forever home!!!! Stan is a 1.5 year old bundle of cuddles! Poor Stan was rescued from a pound in Quebec where he was minutes away from being put down. At one point during Stan’s life as a stray he had some sort of trauma to his kidneys […]
This beautiful momma was found in a closet on a farm on Rosedale rd in Smiths Falls. Well the very kind couple contacted us and we were able to find them the best darn foster gang in Lanark County. YAK and the gang in Perth are caring, loving, nurturing, feeding and learning! Thanks to Erin and […]
This beautiful girl has found her new forever home! Cairo is a very adorable 5 year old neutered male. His life long dream has been to belong to a family that would appreciate how much he loves to cuddle. He didn’t have a very good start to life and would do best in a […]
Foodsmiths 12 Annual Charity Dogwash and Microchip Clinic to benefit Mel’s Farm was a crazy huge success! Together we raised a whopping $1669.15. Thank you to all the supporters, the dirty dogs, the most amazing and hard working volunteers, Barb Morse for donating her time and expertise, Best Photographer in the World Kat Durant, the […]
This is what we call a ” foster failure”!! Brodie has officially become part of her foster moms family! And we are so so happy for it! Brodie ( who was originally called Mr.Social, Darrell, Bodie, and now Brodie) came to us with super high anxiety and that’s when we turned to […]
Please be aware we have no paid staff, it could take at least 48 hours to return messages / calls. Thank you for your patience!
People ask us why some of our animals take so long to be adopted. The answer is because we have strict guidelines that we need to follow in order to place our animals with the proper family. We are accountable for every furry life and have to make sure we do everything in our power to ensure their health / well being and safety. This includes their new family too! There is a reason why we have the animals we have and most times need special attention.
We ask people to not take it personal but our first and foremost priority is the animal. We ask the public to have patience with us and to know that our adoption process is a slow careful one!
A Mel's Farm Animal's second chance in life depends entirely on the perfect adoptive family.
Thank you Melanie Young owner and founder of Mel's Farm All Animal Rescue
Pictured is Milley, a classic example of why we at Mel's Farm take our time to find the perfect family for our rescue animals, Milley is visually impaired and has diabetes which is controlled by insulin, Her new family, are amazing loving, and have the experienced knowledge to care for her medical needs. A Perfect Match, a perfect Happy Ending