Now you can also use Goodshop to save from thousands of shop online and donate up to 20% of your purchase. So when you purchase at your favorites stores like Priceline
and Office Depot
you will be donating a portion of your purchase to Circle P Sanctuary to prevent cruelty and quality care for abused horses and animals.
Circle P Sanctuary
The Circle P Sanctuary, Inc., received our Determination Letter in
April of 2007 granting us our status of a tax-deductible charitable
organization, 501(C)3. All donations made to the Circle P Sanctuary,
Inc. will go to the direct care of the animals and provide you with a
tax deduction at the same time! Our mission is to provide safe shelter
to animals in need until we can find them a wonderful forever home
through our adoption program. In addition, we are focused on
educating the public about responsible animal care in a positive,
Check out our newest sponsor at Circle P Sanctuary!
For every tin of Pony-Up Cookies sold, Loralie's Baking Co. will donate a
bale of hay to the Circle P Sanctuary!
Click here to learn more.
Click here for details
Click here to check out our photos from the
1st Annual Charity Fun Show at
The Circle P Sanctuary!
The Circle P is very proud to have received this
year's top award. Click here for all the details
When you order some of
these fabulous cookies for
YOU to enjoy,
Loralie's Baking Co. donates
a bale of hay to the
Circle P Sanctuary.
This is the one time in life
when eating delicious cookies
is GOOD FOR YOU and
good for the horses
at the same time!
to place your order today!
Click on any of the
icons to visit our
Hoedown for Horses
We are very grateful
for their onoing
support and we
want to encourage
you to check out
their websites and
The next time you are going online to shop,
please click on our goodshop logo above
first. If your store is part of the GoodShop
program, a portion of your purchase will be
donated to the animals here at
the Circle P Sanctuary.
Every penny counts!
Order your copies
of our brand new
today! Click Here!
It is with heavy hearts we announce the passing of this sweet girl,
Hannah. She literally wandered into our lives 3 years ago when she
was found as a stray and brought to the Circle P that same day. It
appereard she had been on the run for some time since she was
extremely emaciated and in desperate need of some TLC. She was
blind in one eye and a bit arthritic but that did not stop her from
settling right in and running around the pastures while making friends
with the other horses/pigs/goats/llamas. She had become
accustomed to several delicious meals a day and weekly
massages. Recently, her pain increased and no longer seemed
safely manageable by medications. We made the humane decision
to euthanize her today, in her home pasture, surrounded by some of
the people and animals that loved her dearly instead of facing
another harsh winter. She will be missed greatly but never forgotten.
RIP, Sweet Hannah.
our Sweet Hannah