Cotton Branch: Meet Louise!

Louise at Animal Control


Louise was forced to live on concrete and eat dog food while locked away at animal control. That was until Cotton Branch Farm Animal Sanctuary rescued her on her euthanasia date. It was almost too late to save Louise, but because of Cotton Branch’s quick rescue mission, she was saved from the fate of euthanasia.


Louise is a kind and gentle soul, who loves attention and will follow people she knows for belly rubs, (especially Josh, Cotton Branch’s Director of Acceptance & Re-Homing). Josh and Louise share a very special bond, as he rode in the back of the vehicle on the three hour trip back to the sanctuary from animal control. To this day, if she hears Josh’s voice speaking with another person at the sanctuary, she comes running to find him. Louise welcomes all visitors and volunteers who visit the sanctuary to enjoy giving her a few belly rubs.


Today, Cotton Branch Farm Animal Sanctuary continues to rescue, transport, and care for animals, (like Louise), at its sanctuary, as well as educate the community on how to care for farm animals. Cotton Branch reaches out to others through community outreach, conveying to everyone that all creatures are sentient beings, who deserve a life of peace and happiness.  All of the animals at Cotton Branch can now live a life free of abuse, abandonment, and neglect because of its rescue efforts.


Donations and volunteers make it possible for Cotton Branch Farm Animal Sanctuary to continue to do its work to change the world for farm animals. Want to get involved?Volunteer today! Meeting the residents will change your life, (and the residents’ lives too)!


**This article was featured on Cotton Branch Farm Animal Sanctuary‘s blog, The Branch. Please volunteer, donate, and visit the sanctuary today!