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January 04, 2019
2018 Year in Review

A quick review of some of the rescues and events here at SAHH in 2018!

December 16, 2018
South Bay Rescue

We finally rescued the last 11 pigs in South Bay! Do you know what Superman and Batman and every other super hero has that the people in this photo don’t have? A cape. That's it. Just a cape because these are the true SUPER HERO's of rescue. With only a few hours notice these incredible souls showed up to help us remove the remaining South Bay pigs. Without them we could not have accomplished this. I am proud to know such incredibly caring, giving, loving people! These lucky pigs will be ready for forever homes pending clearance. More info on them will be posted on the Adoptions page soon.

December 15, 2018
Meet & Greet Ramona Ranch Winery

Thanks for joining us for our afternoon of fun on December 8th & 15th at the Ramona Ranch Winery. We introduced a friendly rescue potbellied pig and sipped on delicious wine! Also joining us for the fun was our newest rescue piglet, Watson. Watson is completely adorable and was recently adopted! We sure had a great time meeting everyone!
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August 23, 2018
State Certificate of Recognition

Saving Animals & Healing Hearts received a Senate Certificate of Recognition from Senator Joel Anderson on behalf of the state! An article about it was published in the East County Gazette. Follow the link below to read the article (Page 3).
East County Gazette Article

June 05, 2018
News 8 Visit

Wow, what a crazy 24 hours we have had. Channel 8 news came out to visit the ranch today to do a story on Saving Animals & Healing Hearts. What an exciting experience. I've never seen how the news stories are created. From filming to publishing the segment it was quite an eye opening ordeal. I was no less than amazed at how the reporter Abbie Alford and the camera guy Hank made everyone feel comfortable and I pretty much forgot it was being filmed at times. Then they actually put it together and streamed it to the station just before airing. I was really impressed. Blown away was more like it I cannot thank them enough for their efforts. The response has been fantastic and I really hope it continues. Please keep sharing our story, help us grow our community so we can rally together and help save more animals! If you missed the segment, follow the link below.
Ramona Animal Rescue in Need of Help

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