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Juneau

Juneau came to Full Moon Farm in 2006, when we got a call from the local newspaper about a facility that was being evicted, in McDowell County, NC. The owners were claiming that Full Moon Farm was the only hope to save the animals, whom Animal Control (allegedly) told the property owner to shoot if they were left there when the tenants vacated. We contacted the folks of the old Shadow’s Den, and were told they had a court hearing approaching and only 24 hours to vacate. Since Nancy is a Real Estate Broker, she went to court with the people, and an additional 48 hours was granted to the tenants, allowing time for us to rescue 24 animals. Three of us, with van, horse trailer and a truck managed to get all 24 animals off the property in a four hour span. Within 24 hours all were seen by the veterinarian, and were found to be suffering from heart worm, hook worms, whip worms, giardia, coccidia, malnutrition and deformities. The last seven years have proven this rescue to be the most expensive rescue to date. His birthday is August 6, 2002.

Hi, I’m Juneau, and sometimes called the Bat Eared Boy! A lot of nice people here at Full Moon Farm have worked with me over the years, and I can now walk on a leash, but I still am fearful of unknown situations, and will escape my enclosure if given the opportunity! I am very handsome. Your sponsorship photograph will be suitable for framing and you can show it off!