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Special Visits

Notice:  There are many in our communities who benefit from the heartwarming connection that animals offer in these challenging times. 
We follow protocols and guidelines on all visits. 

We offer many heartwarming experiences!

Therapy visits, birthday parties, educational and zoom shows, home visits, and even tours of our home zoo.

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We love seniors!  For some seniors that we visit, we may be their only visitors.  We help them feel cared for, seen, and valued as honored members of our community.  We love hearing folks reminisce about past pets, early years on farms or even growing up with animals in other countries - we’re all ears to hear the details and see the big smiles that accompany these special stories.  




We offer our deep gratitude to our veterans.  Our visits bring delight to those who have given so much.  


Complex Needs Communities


For our complex needs communities, calm, regulated animal interactions can have an amazing effect on minds, hearts and nervous systems.  For many, this quiet more intimate animal activity can offer enrichment and cognitive boosting in a welcome and soothing way.  In scholastic settings, we visit students with Specialized Academic Instruction and IEP (Individualized Education Program) needs.  Our animal interactions are a joy to those students with visual, auditory and orthopedic impairments who aren’t able to join in in other activities.

Foster Care/Youth Homes/Shelters/Centers


At youth supporting facilities, we educate and create enthusiasm as well as give kids the opportunity to cuddle a non-judgmental creature.  We so often see excitement bubbling over as children and teens learn about different animals and feel great pride in holding and caring for living beings during our visits.  We’ve inspired many kids to put their energy into having their very own pet to care for one day, creating empathy for living creatures.  What a wonderful focus in a media heavy world.


Birthday parties and special events!

We absolutely love bringing our sweet family of animals out to celebrate birthdays

to delight and educate guests, with proceeds supporting our non-profit work.

Whether a birthday party for your little one who loves animals

and their friends, a school fair or summer camp, we do it all!

We bring our entire animal family including: chinchillas, bunnies,

guinea pigs, a hairless guinea pig, leopard gecko,

bearded dragon, blue tongued skink lizard, a variety of gentle snakes,

baby tortoise, tarantula and two miniature chickens!


Our knowledgeable zoo crew know how to create a super cool event chock full of education and fun.  The best part - kids and guests get to feed, pet, hold and

cuddle our lovely animals - let the smiles shine!       $365 for one hour/$550 for two.

Zoom shows

Some past visits include:
Five Acres Orphanage     
The Braille Institute                             

Peace4Kids Foster Care Support           
Blissful Living Group Home
Embrace Me!  Adoption and Foster Care             

Covenant House Homeless Youth Shelter
My Friends Place homeless youth support center
SBCC Kids Mental Health Fair
Joyful Living Senior Residential Home

Motion Picture & Television Fund Assisted Living Care FacilityAtria Grand Oaks Assisted Living & Memory Care
Compassion Project LA for low income families
The Hills Post Acute

Thousand Oaks Post Acute
Silverado Memory Care and Assisted Living     
Harriet Tubman Elementary School
Van Ness Elementary School     
Milestones Community Preschool
Straight up Abilities Summer Camp 

Temple City Convalescent Hospital
Flintridge Riding Club
 Silver Gan Israel Day Camp
Immanuel Lutheran Vacation Bible School

Vista Del Mar Senior Living
Girl/Boy Scouts of America Summer Camp 


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