Chenoa Manor is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that serves as a safe home for animals with nowhere left to turn. Our sanctuary is home to over 200 animals, including those freed from factory farms, animals used in lab experiments, and various exotic species. Most of Chenoa Manor’s residents were neglected, abused, or en route to slaughter prior to being given a second chance at the sanctuary.
All the animals accepted at Chenoa Manor become permanent residents of the sanctuary and are not adopted by individuals. They are provided with a lifetime of care, safety, and compassion on Chenoa Manor’s twenty-five-acre farm.
The animal’s daily needs and veterinary care are provided by Dr. Rob Teti, Chenoa Manor’s steward, and licensed veterinarian.