Hundreds of animals in foreclosed Florida sanctuary could be euthanized if no new home found

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Hundreds of animals in foreclosed Florida sanctuary could be euthanized if no new home found

A couple that runs an animal rescue in New Smyrna Beach is in a heart-wrenching predicament.

The property on which they run Forever Farm Sanctuary is in foreclosure.

Many of the 400 or so animals that live there face euthanasia if Tina Richardson and her husband can’t find a home for them within a few days.

“We have to be out by Tuesday,” said Richardson, according to WFTV.

More than 400 animals call Forever Farm home, including wild hogs, miniature horses, donkeys, turkey, roosters, pigeons, opossums and raccoons. Over the years, it wouldn’t be unusual if a homeless animal “wanders in here and finds a home,” Richardson said.

Richardson said she doesn’t have a place to take all of her animals, and she worries they would be euthanized if she can’t find homes for them.

“It would basically destroy me. You might as well just euthanize me, because these animals have always been my life,” said Richardson.

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