OL' MCDERMOTT'S FARM AND RESCUE
"We Smell What You're Steppin In"
STOP IN AND SAY HI. WE LOVE HAVING COMPANY!
We are in special need of deer corn. We know that many people use deer corn to
hunt with and we ask that any of you that has deer corn left over that you would be kind enough to donate it. We now
have at least 20 mothers and about 20 babies that we feed. The cost to feed these deer has become extremely
expensive due to the babies eating more as they grow. Many of our deer have been crippled from gun shot wounds,
cars, etc. If you live in the area and feel compelled to donate unused bags of corn we would really appreciate it.
We have many animals here including lots of birds. We also have road runners which entertain us for hours.
Our mission is to make sure that no animal goes hungry, put to sleep or killed on the road. We take in many
strays and our main goal is to make sure they are healthy, find the owner and if not find them a good, loving home.
Some even become a part of our family here on the farm. All animals that come to us are seen by a vet and given shots
and needed care. We do not charge an adoption fee but do have you fill out a special care form and information on yourself
and those who live in the home.
Squeaky was found by myself in a field where he was frozen to the ground.
I thought he was dead. His back legs were frost bitten and it took months to teach him how to use them to walk.
He lived in our utility room until he was 5 months old. He became best of friends with the dogs and cats and thought
that I was his mama. At the time we were not able to keep him after he got bigger because of the living situation
so he was adopted by a super family in New Braunfels and his best friend is their dog and he still eats his favorite thing:
Sofie came to us out of love. She was found by a very nice lady
but she did not have the time to give her the attention she needed. She gets it here. How could you not love that
Rocky is our little trooper. Rocky is a sweetheart who loves to
ride in the truck!
Tyler was rescued as a puppy from a "Puppy Mill" in Arkansas.
Because he was not a full bred Yorkie he was going to be put to sleep by the owners of this establishment. It still
cost us $300.00 to rescue him. (These places should be charged with a crime and prosecuted)
|Coonie in the bird feeder
Coonie is our rescued Cat from the Animal Shelter.
He is five
years old and had been there for 8 months.
We decided it was time for him to live on a farm.
Our newest edition looks big but fits in the palm of my hand. It's the picture:) He was found
on our porch by our yorkie Rocky. He had been sneaking in at night. He is so small that we are amazed that he
had survived the cold nights. He was wild and scared but is now quite tame, fed and happy!