We would like to introduce you to Stardust Sanctuary. The Sanctuary is more than a place; it's a network of caring people who make a difference in the lives of those whose wishes and dreams have gone unanswered. Stardust Sanctuary is a place of healing, for animals and humans alike. Almost every year, Stardust has provided rehabilitation and rescue to over one hundred horses, dogs & cats with urgent medical needs.

Our small rescue is run by friends, volunteers, sponsors and professionals who put in their time, energy and funds to provide the utmost care for our resident animals and network “forever homes” for the rescue animals.

For more information about Stardust please continue to browse our website, or feel free to.

Stardust Sanctuary, a non-for-profit 501(c)3 Charitable Organization has been primarily self-funded by the founders. We're having a fund raiser to benefit Stardust Rescue Animals.

Click the button below to see some of our awesome products to help the Stardust Resuce Animals.

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Stardust Sanctuary, a non-for-profit 501(c)3 Charitable Organization has been primarily self-funded by the founders. We have personally made improvements over the past 6 months totaling $14,000 with a $3,000 balance remaining to our general contractor.

We are in urgent need of funding to give care to the rescue animals and to secure this rental farm property. All of the animals have settled in nicely.

More Information and Animal Adoptions

Winner of the Raffle Is...

Jose Flores is the winner of the Cubs Raffle. Congratulations Jose!!

Stardust has received some really exciting news about our Alzheimer's Enlightenment Program. We are very honored to announce that our Therapy Horses will be working with folks from the Clinic of The Alexian Brothers Neurosciences Institute which has an active and established program for clinical research trials under the direction of Concetta Forchetti, M.D., Ph.D., Medical Director and Principal Investigator.

Dr. Forchetti is a highly respected researcher with over 20 years of neurological clinical research experience. She has authored many articles in the area of neurology and has been interviewed by television, radio and newspapers.

We are looking forward to Spring.

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