Coopersburg Sanctuary Will Have You ‘Head Over Hooves’ for Their Rescue Animals

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Rescue animals at Head Over Hooves Farm.
Image via Head Over Hooves Farm.
Head Over Hooves Farm in Coopersburg is a peaceful haven for dozens of rescue animals taking private visits.

Head Over Hooves Farm in Coopersburg is a peaceful haven for dozens of rescue animals, writes Stephanie Sigafoos for the Lehigh Valley News.  

During the onset of COVID-19, husband and wife Ron and Cat Hughes transformed their 15-acre farm into a sanctuary that now has seven pigs, goats, roosters, sheep, rabbits, barn cats, alpacas, and even a camel.  

To see these animals up close and personal, visits must be made by appointment along with a donation.  

The costs of the private visits, which are usually $55 for the first two family members, and $15 for an additional family member, keep the farm running.  

On Feb. 11, the farm’s alpacas, in Valentine’s Day attire, will be visiting Richboro for fifteen-minute visits for people to pet and take photos with them.  

Read more about the Head Over Hooves sanctuary in Springfield Township in Lehigh Valley News.  


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