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Its almost February!?

January 29, 2019

This year is flying by so fast! It's hard to believe that it is almost February already. We have been busy cleaning up after the storm (still), and there's still a ton of work. It's been hard trying to juggle keeping up with the animals and delivering food plus all the clean up, but some how - we are doing it.


For those of you who haven't been following our most current activity on Facebook, here's a little recap of the last month's events;


On New Year's Eve we delivered approximately 1,500lbs of food to hungry people, families in need and homeless. We were so touched by this amazing thank you letter that we received a few days later from the Kearny Center, thanking us for all of the food that we delivered over the holidays. 😊🙏🏼





After delivering food to the hungry families and communities that we know personally, all of the excess was delivered to the Kearny Center. We are so grateful that they were able to use it for their amazing programs!


Here's a few of the stories you missed that were posted on our Facebook this last couple weeks;




Meet Gloria!

This lovely lady is the oldest chicken resident at Lemondrop.

She is somewhere around 7 years old right now, and still running around and loving life! Gloria has been with us since she was about 6 months old, a young hen. She has always been one of our sweetest ladies and loved by all of our volunteers. Her favorite treat is cilantro, which she happily will eat right from your hand. We are hoping for many more long years with this special lady.






Happy the dove and Munchie the cockatiel have been with us for three years now! It’s hard to believe they have been with us for so long... when they first arrived they had been kept in separate cages and were fairly quiet and subdued. We merged them together into one cage, and the two instantly bonded. Munchie is extremely protective of his lady, and Happy regularly nests and sits on eggs (shh... she doesn’t know they aren’t fertile and won’t hatch).

Today the two love birds moved into a double size larger cage with