"It takes nothing from a human to be kind to an animal."

 

Oliver and Friends is a 501(c)3 Nonprofit farm animal rescue and sanctuary located in Luther, Oklahoma. We advocate for ALL animals and provide education about compassionate plant-based living. We rescue, rehabilitate, and offer lifelong homes to many animals, and occasionally place animals for private adoption to approved homes.  We are committed to inspiring change in the way society views and treats "farm" animals, and we work to help people see that animals traditionally viewed as "food" are just as unique, intelligent, and sensitive as dogs and cats. We work tirelessly to achieve our goals,  and we need the support of our community and from kind and caring people like you. All donations are tax deductible. We offer monthly public fundraising events as well as private tours, and group events, by appointment. Follow us on Facebook at Oliver and Friends Farm Rescue and Sanctuary. 

 

 

Milo The Miracle

Milo was born with a congenital defect known as bilateral luxated elbows, meaning his paws were upside down! He is on the long road to recovery, but this little guy has an unbreakable spirit! The awesome folks at Oklahoma State University curated a treatment plan for little Milo, and continue to partner with Great Plains Veterinary Services to care for the animals at Oliver & Friends. Milo had surgery to place pins in his elbows that held them in the correct position while they healed. Throughout that time, he needed hard casts and limited movement for 3 full weeks—not easy for an active puppy! Fortunately, the pins and hard casts have been removed. He will spend a few more days in the hospital at Oklahoma State University before continuing physical therapy and rehab with Dr. Summer Heatly at Great Plains Veterinary Services.

If you want to read more about Milo and his amazing story, check out these online publications:

People | News Channel 6 | abc7news | 5 News| Oklahoma State University

Milo is finally home!!! If you want to learn more about his treatment plan, you can check out this article from Oklahoma State University.

If you would like to donate to Milo’s treatment costs, you can do so via PayPal.