Goatlandia Farm Animal Sanctuary

About This Sanctuary

Founder Deborah fell in love with goats at an early age. “Goats are really special beings,” says Deb. “They have wonderful personalities and are very similar to dogs in their friendliness and curious nature. They are confident, hardy, and very social. Goats seem to be all the rage. There are even goats that hike and surf!”
When you mention the words “dairy” or “meat”, many people only think about cows. Few people realize that goats are also widely used in dairy and meat production. For both goats and cows, life on these “farms” can be cruel and horrible, and death is always inevitable — unless a rescue steps in to save them.

Every year, we rescue a large number of male baby goats from commercial and small dairy goat farms. Why? Because males cannot get pregnant and make milk. If not for rescues who are ready to take in these baby boys, the male kids at dairy farms are killed shortly after birth.

Location: 1567 Cunningham Rd, Sebastopol, CA 95472

Phone Number: (707) 541‒6216


• Must have reliable transportation to a participating chapter

• Must be available to meet monthly time commitments (see application for varying sanctuary dates/times).