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Our mission is to provide refuge, protection, & affection, while promoting true compassion for animals of the world.

Our mission at Kitchensink Rescue Farm and Sanctuary in Roberts Creek, B.C., is to offer refuge, protection, and love to animals in need while fostering genuine compassion worldwide. Since our establishment in 1999, we've dedicated ourselves to saving and caring for countless abused, neglected, and injured animals. Our sanctuary provides a safe haven for a diverse range of species including cows, pigs, sheep, goats, horses, dogs, cats, chickens, and more.

Aligned with our dedication to inclusivity, we prioritize fostering an environment that welcomes everyone. We proudly boast leadership representing the Indigenous, BIPOC, and LGBTQ2S+ communities, while our volunteer staff reflects this diversity as well. Through our advocacy for diversity and empathy, we aspire to cultivate a space of warmth and acceptance for all individuals, human and animal alike, both within our sanctuary and beyond.


Our Story

In 1999, my journey into animal rescue began when I rescued two kittens from the side of the road in Richmond. Despite my efforts to find their owner, they ended up becoming part of my family. At that time, I was working at a Veterinary Hospital in North Vancouver, and it seemed like I was bringing my work home with me in more ways than one!

Fortunately, fate brought me together with an incredibly compassionate man who shared my passion for ending animal mistreatment. Together, we expanded our family to include six pit bulls and four cats. As we cared for these animals, we began to realize the urgent need for rescuing farm animals as well.

Our journey from "a horse" to where we are now has been driven by a shared dedication to animal advocacy and education. We are committed to shedding light on the stories of the animals on our farm and highlighting the widespread issues of abuse and neglect in the animal world.

Today, our farm is a sanctuary for about 80 animals, each receiving love and care under the guiding principle of "Love all creatures." Our primary goal is to educate through our advocacy work, offering educational programs at the farm to raise awareness and foster connections between people of all ages and the animals they share this planet with, promoting kindness and compassion in every interaction

“It started with a horse now we’re here”.

Join us on our mission to provide a better, kinder place for all creatures.

Whether you have an interest in joining our team, a general question, or a new idea for the farm, we are so happy to hear from you.

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