5 Ways to Meet Sanctuary Animals Virtually

 April 30, 2020

What better way to spend quarantine that face-to-face with adorable animals? Booking online tours is a great way to support sanctuaries during the pandemic. As always, consider donating if you are able — these organizations rely on support from the community to provide food, shelter, and care for their animal residents. 

#1 Goat-2-Meeting with Sweet Farm

Sweet Farm's new Goat-2-Meeting program allows you to virtually interact with animals like Paco the Llama, Nibblets the Goat, and Gizmo the Cow. Meetings are hosted on Zoom and are a great fit for families, schools, businesses, and individuals. Learn more.

#2 Facebook Live with Gentle Barn

Gentle Barn's doors may be closed for the time being, but you can join Ellie, Jay and the animals on Facebook and Instagram Live for virtual tours, meditations, story time, and more. See the full schedule here! Plus, they offer online classes for kids

#3 Airbnb Experiences with Charlie's Acres

Charlie's Acres is offering 1-hour virtual visits via Airbnb Experiences, where you can get up close and personal with their animal residents and learn about their stories. You can even take a walk with Johnny, the adorable goat who uses a wheelchair! Learn more

#4 Virtual Reality Tour with Best Friends

Best Friends cofounders Francis and Cyrus take you on a behind-the-scenes look at their beautiful Utah sanctuary in this VR tour. Use one of their cardboard headsets for the full VR experience, or simply view on your phone! Learn more and watch the trailer

#5 Online Classes with Farm Sanctuary

Farm Sanctuary is hosting all kinds of fun events for kids pre-K to 12th grade, including virtual humane education classes, storytimes, sing-a-longs, and more. Learn more and register here. Plus, catch them on Facebook Live every Friday to meet the animals! 


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