WolfStone Ranch Animal Sanctuary Seeking New Members to Form Spiritual Retreat Center for Pets (and their People)
- Community Forming
WOLFSTONE RANCH IS SEEKING NEW MEMBERS
TO EXPAND AN ANIMAL RESCUE INTO A SPIRITUALLY-BASED, ACTIVIST COMMUNITY
DEDICATED TO MAKING THE RURAL MIDWEST A MORE COMPASSIONATE PLACE
FOR ALL THE ANIMALS (including people) WHO LIVE HERE
Do you adore animals? Do you revere Mother Nature? Do you long to be a part of a community devoted to making our world a safer, healthier, more loving home for ALL animals (remembering that humans, too, are animals)?
Do you crave connection with others who really care about truly living in a “Sacred Way”? Do you consider yourself deeply “spiritual”, but maybe not at all “religious”? Do you believe that the Sacred can be found within each of us, and within every animal, and in all of creation… as well as Beyond?
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Hi, I’m Jessica Karraker, and in 2010 I founded WolfStone Ranch … in response to a Calling from the Sacred Within. My heart was broken by all the animal suffering I saw all around me and Love compelled me to do something about it! Since then, I’ve turned WolfStone Ranch into a licensed nonprofit animal shelter that has so far saved the lives of over 260 dogs and cats.
And now I want to form an “Intentional Community” with kindred spirits as passionate and committed as I, to help me expand WolfStone Ranch into a vibrant community dedicated to making the world a kinder, gentler home for all living beings.
WolfStone Ranch’s official MISSION STATEMENT:
- Building a SPIRITUALLY-BASED, ACTIVIST COMMUNITY Around the Ethos of Compassionate Treatment of All Animals
- Creating an ENVIRONMENT THAT SUPPORTS HEALING for All Living Beings
- Canine & Feline RESCUE, REHABILITATION AND ADOPTION Within Our Own Growing Community
OUR PLAN TO DO THIS:
(1) Through producing community-building workshops as a form of activism and…
(2) Through our own unique community drum circle as another form of activism and…
(3) Through creating a spiritual retreat for pets (and their people). All while continuing to rescue, rehabilitate and appropriately place the animals we rescue.
For more details, check out wolfstoneranch.org. And then, if your heart and soul resonate with my vision, please contact…
Jessica Karraker, Executive Director, WolfStone Ranch (573) 756-1367