The Farm Residents

Fauna is home to a variety of farm animals

Hundreds of rescued farm animals and domestic animals — coming from laboratory, entertainment, pet trade, and agricultural industries — have called Fauna home. Each and every single beautiful animal gets the love, care, and attention they so deserve. Meet the Fauna farm residents.

Fauna Foundation Farm Resident Finnigan the Steer
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Finnigan is always pretty laid back and in a good mood! He is a large brown and white steer with long downward facing horns. He is the last of four love children of Skunk and our late resident, Elsa. He has seen so much, and lost so many.

Date of Birth: On or near St. Patrick’s Day, 2004.
Favourites: When the bin of apples and bananas arrives!

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Sam is the friendliest goat you’ll ever meet. He uses humans as a scratching post and loves cuddles and kisses.

Date of Birth: Born at Fauna in 2003.
Favourites: Grapes and cuddles.

Fauna Foundation Farm Resident Sam the Goat
Fauna Farm Residents - FouFou the Rabbit
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Fou Fou

FouFou is known as the “James Bond” of bunnies due to her fearlessness. Like the grim fate of many rabbits given as gifts, Fou Fou was abandoned by her former owner. She arrived at Fauna in 2014.

Date of Birth: 2012
Favourites: Carrots and romaine lettuce.

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Fauna's Domestic Geese

The first geese were brought to the farm by Gloria Grow’s father in 1990. Those original flocks of geese had families; hence, we have now had two generations of them at Fauna. They live for about 20 years and love to stick together while roaming the property.

Fauna Foundation Farm Resident Geese