CIRCLE OF FRIENDS RESCUE CLUB




Did You Know?

Crazy K Farm is not just a manufacturer of pet and poultry items! We are also an non-profit animal sanctuary for neglected, injured and abused animals in Hempstead, Texas



About the Crazy K Farm Rescue Effort

We take in unwanted, abused and neglected livestock, including chickens, guinea fowl, ducks, geese, goats, sheep, as well as a limited number of cats, dogs and parrots.

Once placed with us, these animals live the remainder of their lives on our 35 park-like acres in Hempstead, Texas, approximately 45 miles northwest of Houston.

Crazy K Farm is committed to providing each and every animal on our farm with the best life possible, which means that every animal on this farm receives costly medical care when needed.

What is the Circle of Friends Rescue Club?

One way to help us with our rescue effort is to purchase from our store. Another way is to become a member of our Circle of Friends Rescue Club by donating as little as $1 to Crazy K Farm. Without this kind of help, it would not be possible for us to care for the many rescued animals on our farm and continue rescuing animals in need.

By joining our Circle of Friends Rescue Club, you help us meet the high cost medical needs of our many rescues.

current Crazy K Farm rescue medical needs

  • The following are a couple of the animals at Crazy K Farm that are currently in need of/currently receiving medical care:

Booty Girl

Bootles (as we have nicknamed her) has leukemia. She has been on chemotherapy for two months and has stabilized to a near-miraculous level -- her current blood work looks NORMAL! Her medications are not inexpensive and she will be on them for the rest of her life. She is a wonderful hen and with continued support should live a healthy, happy and hopefully long, life.

Una

Una came to us with one leg: she survived an attack by a snake that had bitten off her leg. She recently laid her first egg. I was concerned about how she would do that since she is not very stable, and prefers lying on her side to standing on her one leg. But there was the egg, and she looked fine... She will, of course, live inside for the rest of her life and your support will keep her healthy and happy.

Donate now!

Past Crazy K Farm rescue medical needs

  • Meet some of the recipients of your donations:

Wheezy

Wheezy was a Rhode Island Red hen that is having difficulty breathing. She has been diagnosed with both aspergillosis, a serious fungal disease that invades the lungs, and a secondary MRSA (resistant staph infection.) Her antifungal medications cost $125 per week. With your help she recovered 100% and recently passed away of natural causes.

Buffy

Buffy was a Buff Orpington that was rescued along with her sister, Gimpy, about three years ago. She suffered from egg yoke peritonitis and was called a miracle by the veterinarians who did not expect her to survive as long as she did. Although she passed away during surgery, our Angels covered the bills for her very expensive medicines for several months prior to surgery. Thank you, Angels! And RIP Buff, every single day we miss you...

Lucky

Lucky is a female African goose who was attacked by a Bobcat. The cat bit her in the neck, breaking her vertebrae and causing a life-threatening infection. For several weeks she was paralyzed, but thanks to your donations, she received the medical care she needed to survive. The infection was beaten, her vertebrae fused, and she regained her ability to walk. In this photo you can see the scars left by the cat's canine teeth and the crook in Lucky's neck.

Lucy

Lucy is a female Ameraucana chicken who suffered from egg peritonitis. She had her oviduct removed. Above is a photo of her post-surgery.

Spenser

Spenser is one of our rescued Livestock Guardian Dogs (LGD) who protects our rescued chickens, geese and ducks. He tore both rear ACLs and was unable to walk. Above is a photo of him at the hospital waiting for the first of his two surgeries.

Donate now!



How do I Join?

You can become a Circle of Friends Rescue Club member in one of two ways:

1. Buy a membership here for as little as $1.00

2. You will see a place to join when you make a purchase from our store.



What Will I Receive in Return?

Well, of COURSE you get the wonderful feeling of knowing that you have helped to save an animal's life by providing it with much-needed medical care. In addition to that, our Circle of Friends Rescue Club members also get a mention on our website!

You can include your name (can be anonymous) and/or the name of a pet or person in whose memory you are donating.

Silver Angels ($25-$49)

The Pfister family

F.C. Farms

Cheryl Strait

Pam Bratcher

Curt Eckhart

Donna Seremet

Pat G.: For my rescued boys, gone but never forgotten

Frank Meyer: In memory of Bette J. Meyer

Anna Benko: Menlow, Jojo and Ernie

Clan McIver: for Kayla bird

Julia H.: For Henrietta and Oscarina

Julia Hunt: For Lance

Julie Marae

Page Periman

Donna Balmer: In memory of Ozzy

Pat Cotton

The Hamiltons: In memory of Radison, Artie...

Lilah Weber: In memory of all my precious animal friends

Lisa Hudson

Debra Buchanon

Laura Wirtjes: In memory of our baby kitten, Gretchen.

Shannon Hadley

Fifi, Cookie and Ashleigh

Alberto

Curley

Sweet Peas Momma: Sweet Pea

Anonymous: Chicken Little

Donate now!

GOLD ANGELS ($50-$99)

Farmer Ann: In Memory of Minion

Farmer Ann: In Memory of Buffy

Christy Geiger (Synergy Strategies): In Memory of Casper

Linda Belan: Sweet​, gentle brown ​dog...

Desiree Bryant & Greg Vizzacco: Anubis (9/9/08 - 2/8/11) Our feline baby never to be forgotten

Anonymous: In memory of our dear hens, Gremmi and Grace who were taken way to soon.

Laddie and Jasmine Bryan

Farmer Ann: On behalf of Muskett

Donate now!

PLATINUM ANGELS ($100+)

Kerry Crawford: www.whomadeyoursite.com

The Daub Family: For Sneeze and Squirt

Kathleen Blankenship: For Zoey

Char Stamper: Until They All Have Fur-ever Homes

Susan Rudnicki: In memory of Sprite, lil seabright hen from the Sisters of Charity

Anonymous: For our rescued boys wehave lost: We love and miss you still...

Meg Ewen

Leslie Greffenius: In memory of Morton Olin

Samantha Jaimez: For Una

Christine Mize:Thank you and God bless you for all the work you do for the critters

Lora McKinley

April C. Chew

Helen Powell

Katherine Forbes: (Our Smart & Beautiful Hens) Benjamin and Bessie

Buster Reinhardt: Sam's Mom

Natalie S: Cookies the Indian Runner duck and friends

Donate now!

ABOUT THE FOUNDER

Dr. Tobi Kosanke, Ph.D.

Mom. Entrepreneur. Animal Lover.

In 2009, I left my job to care for my ill daughter. I have since then built a business dedicated to positively changing the lives of hundreds of abused, mistreated animals on my very own farm sanctuary! The Crazy K Farm ❤️

CIRCLE OF FRIENDS RESCUE CLUB




Did You Know?

Crazy K Farm is not just a manufacturer of pet and poultry items! We are also an non-profit animal sanctuary for neglected, injured and abused animals in Hempstead, Texas



About the Crazy K Farm Rescue Effort

We take in unwanted, abused and neglected livestock, including chickens, guinea fowl, ducks, geese, goats, sheep, as well as a limited number of cats, dogs and parrots.

Once placed with us, these animals live the remainder of their lives on our 35 park-like acres in Hempstead, Texas, approximately 45 miles northwest of Houston.

Crazy K Farm is committed to providing each and every animal on our farm with the best life possible, which means that every animal on this farm receives costly medical care when needed.

What is the Circle of Friends Rescue Club?

One way to help us with our rescue effort is to purchase from our store. Another way is to become a member of our Circle of Friends Rescue Club by donating as little as $1 to Crazy K Farm. Without this kind of help, it would not be possible for us to care for the many rescued animals on our farm and continue rescuing animals in need.

By joining our Circle of Friends Rescue Club, you help us meet the high cost medical needs of our many rescues.

current Crazy K Farm rescue medical needs

  • The following are a couple of the animals at Crazy K Farm that are currently in need of/currently receiving medical care:

Booty Girl

Bootles (as we have nicknamed her) has leukemia. She has been on chemotherapy for two months and has stabilized to a near-miraculous level -- her current blood work looks NORMAL! Her medications are not inexpensive and she will be on them for the rest of her life. She is a wonderful hen and with continued support should live a healthy, happy and hopefully long, life.

Una

Una came to us with one leg: she survived an attack by a snake that had bitten off her leg. She recently laid her first egg. I was concerned about how she would do that since she is not very stable, and prefers lying on her side to standing on her one leg. But there was the egg, and she looked fine... She will, of course, live inside for the rest of her life and your support will keep her healthy and happy.

Donate now!

Past Crazy K Farm rescue medical needs

  • Meet some of the recipients of your donations:

Wheezy

Wheezy was a Rhode Island Red hen that is having difficulty breathing. She has been diagnosed with both aspergillosis, a serious fungal disease that invades the lungs, and a secondary MRSA (resistant staph infection.) Her antifungal medications cost $125 per week. With your help she recovered 100% and recently passed away of natural causes.

Buffy

Buffy was a Buff Orpington that was rescued along with her sister, Gimpy, about three years ago. She suffered from egg yoke peritonitis and was called a miracle by the veterinarians who did not expect her to survive as long as she did. Although she passed away during surgery, our Angels covered the bills for her very expensive medicines for several months prior to surgery. Thank you, Angels! And RIP Buff, every single day we miss you...

Lucky

Lucky is a female African goose who was attacked by a Bobcat. The cat bit her in the neck, breaking her vertebrae and causing a life-threatening infection. For several weeks she was paralyzed, but thanks to your donations, she received the medical care she needed to survive. The infection was beaten, her vertebrae fused, and she regained her ability to walk. In this photo you can see the scars left by the cat's canine teeth and the crook in Lucky's neck.

Lucy

Lucy is a female Ameraucana chicken who suffered from egg peritonitis. She had her oviduct removed. Above is a photo of her post-surgery.

Spenser

Spenser is one of our rescued Livestock Guardian Dogs (LGD) who protects our rescued chickens, geese and ducks. He tore both rear ACLs and was unable to walk. Above is a photo of him at the hospital waiting for the first of his two surgeries.

Donate now!



How do I Join?

You can become a Circle of Friends Rescue Club member in one of two ways:

1. Buy a membership here for as little as $1.00

2. You will see a place to join when you make a purchase from our store.



What Will I Receive in Return?

Well, of COURSE you get the wonderful feeling of knowing that you have helped to save an animal's life by providing it with much-needed medical care. In addition to that, our Circle of Friends Rescue Club members also get a mention on our website!

You can include your name (can be anonymous) and/or the name of a pet or person in whose memory you are donating.

Silver Angels ($25-$49)

The Pfister family

F.C. Farms

Cheryl Strait

Pam Bratcher

Curt Eckhart

Donna Seremet

Pat G.: For my rescued boys, gone but never forgotten

Frank Meyer: In memory of Bette J. Meyer

Anna Benko: Menlow, Jojo and Ernie

Clan McIver: for Kayla bird

Julia H.: For Henrietta and Oscarina

Julia Hunt: For Lance

Julie Marae

Page Periman

Donna Balmer: In memory of Ozzy

Pat Cotton

The Hamiltons: In memory of Radison, Artie...

Lilah Weber: In memory of all my precious animal friends

Lisa Hudson

Debra Buchanon

Laura Wirtjes: In memory of our baby kitten, Gretchen.

Shannon Hadley

Fifi, Cookie and Ashleigh

Alberto

Curley

Sweet Peas Momma: Sweet Pea

Anonymous: Chicken Little

Donate now!

GOLD ANGELS ($50-$99)

Farmer Ann: In Memory of Minion

Farmer Ann: In Memory of Buffy

Christy Geiger (Synergy Strategies): In Memory of Casper

Linda Belan: Sweet​, gentle brown ​dog...

Desiree Bryant & Greg Vizzacco: Anubis (9/9/08 - 2/8/11) Our feline baby never to be forgotten

Anonymous: In memory of our dear hens, Gremmi and Grace who were taken way to soon.

Laddie and Jasmine Bryan

Farmer Ann: On behalf of Muskett

Donate now!

PLATINUM ANGELS ($100+)

Kerry Crawford: www.whomadeyoursite.com

The Daub Family: For Sneeze and Squirt

Kathleen Blankenship: For Zoey

Char Stamper: Until They All Have Fur-ever Homes

Susan Rudnicki: In memory of Sprite, lil seabright hen from the Sisters of Charity

Anonymous: For our rescued boys wehave lost: We love and miss you still...

Meg Ewen

Leslie Greffenius: In memory of Morton Olin

Samantha Jaimez: For Una

Christine Mize:Thank you and God bless you for all the work you do for the critters

Lora McKinley

April C. Chew

Helen Powell

Katherine Forbes: (Our Smart & Beautiful Hens) Benjamin and Bessie

Buster Reinhardt: Sam's Mom

Natalie S: Cookies the Indian Runner duck and friends

Donate now!

ABOUT THE FOUNDER

Dr. Tobi Kosanke, Ph.D.

Mom. Entrepreneur. Animal Lover.

In 2009, I left my job to care for my ill daughter. I have since then built a business dedicated to positively changing the lives of hundreds of abused, mistreated animals on my very own farm sanctuary! The Crazy K Farm ❤️

CIRCLE OF FRIENDS RESCUE CLUB




Did You Know?

Crazy K Farm is not just a manufacturer of pet and poultry items! We are also an non-profit animal sanctuary for neglected, injured and abused animals in Hempstead, Texas



About the Crazy K Farm Rescue Effort

We take in unwanted, abused and neglected livestock, including chickens, guinea fowl, ducks, geese, goats, sheep, as well as a limited number of cats, dogs and parrots.

Once placed with us, these animals live the remainder of their lives on our 35 park-like acres in Hempstead, Texas, approximately 45 miles northwest of Houston.

Crazy K Farm is committed to providing each and every animal on our farm with the best life possible, which means that every animal on this farm receives costly medical care when needed.

What is the Circle of Friends Rescue Club?

One way to help us with our rescue effort is to purchase from our store. Another way is to become a member of our Circle of Friends Rescue Club by donating as little as $1 to Crazy K Farm. Without this kind of help, it would not be possible for us to care for the many rescued animals on our farm and continue rescuing animals in need.

By joining our Circle of Friends Rescue Club, you help us meet the high cost medical needs of our many rescues.

current Crazy K Farm rescue medical needs

  • The following are a couple of the animals at Crazy K Farm that are currently in need of/currently receiving medical care:

Booty Girl

Bootles (as we have nicknamed her) has leukemia. She has been on chemotherapy for two months and has stabilized to a near-miraculous level -- her current blood work looks NORMAL! Her medications are not inexpensive and she will be on them for the rest of her life. She is a wonderful hen and with continued support should live a healthy, happy and hopefully long, life.

Una

Una came to us with one leg: she survived an attack by a snake that had bitten off her leg. She recently laid her first egg. I was concerned about how she would do that since she is not very stable, and prefers lying on her side to standing on her one leg. But there was the egg, and she looked fine... She will, of course, live inside for the rest of her life and your support will keep her healthy and happy.

Donate now!

Past Crazy K Farm rescue medical needs

  • Meet some of the recipients of your donations:

Wheezy

Wheezy was a Rhode Island Red hen that is having difficulty breathing. She has been diagnosed with both aspergillosis, a serious fungal disease that invades the lungs, and a secondary MRSA (resistant staph infection.) Her antifungal medications cost $125 per week. With your help she recovered 100% and recently passed away of natural causes.

Buffy

Buffy was a Buff Orpington that was rescued along with her sister, Gimpy, about three years ago. She suffered from egg yoke peritonitis and was called a miracle by the veterinarians who did not expect her to survive as long as she did. Although she passed away during surgery, our Angels covered the bills for her very expensive medicines for several months prior to surgery. Thank you, Angels! And RIP Buff, every single day we miss you...

Lucky

Lucky is a female African goose who was attacked by a Bobcat. The cat bit her in the neck, breaking her vertebrae and causing a life-threatening infection. For several weeks she was paralyzed, but thanks to your donations, she received the medical care she needed to survive. The infection was beaten, her vertebrae fused, and she regained her ability to walk. In this photo you can see the scars left by the cat's canine teeth and the crook in Lucky's neck.

Lucy

Lucy is a female Ameraucana chicken who suffered from egg peritonitis. She had her oviduct removed. Above is a photo of her post-surgery.

Spenser

Spenser is one of our rescued Livestock Guardian Dogs (LGD) who protects our rescued chickens, geese and ducks. He tore both rear ACLs and was unable to walk. Above is a photo of him at the hospital waiting for the first of his two surgeries.

Donate now!



How do I Join?

You can become a Circle of Friends Rescue Club member in one of two ways:

1. Buy a membership here for as little as $1.00

2. You will see a place to join when you make a purchase from our store.



What Will I Receive in Return?

Well, of COURSE you get the wonderful feeling of knowing that you have helped to save an animal's life by providing it with much-needed medical care. In addition to that, our Circle of Friends Rescue Club members also get a mention on our website!

You can include your name (can be anonymous) and/or the name of a pet or person in whose memory you are donating.

Silver Angels ($25-$49)

The Pfister family

F.C. Farms

Cheryl Strait

Pam Bratcher

Curt Eckhart

Donna Seremet

Pat G.: For my rescued boys, gone but never forgotten

Frank Meyer: In memory of Bette J. Meyer

Anna Benko: Menlow, Jojo and Ernie

Clan McIver: for Kayla bird

Julia H.: For Henrietta and Oscarina

Julia Hunt: For Lance

Julie Marae

Page Periman

Donna Balmer: In memory of Ozzy

Pat Cotton

The Hamiltons: In memory of Radison, Artie...

Lilah Weber: In memory of all my precious animal friends

Lisa Hudson

Debra Buchanon

Laura Wirtjes: In memory of our baby kitten, Gretchen.

Shannon Hadley

Fifi, Cookie and Ashleigh

Alberto

Curley

Sweet Peas Momma: Sweet Pea

Anonymous: Chicken Little

Donate now!

GOLD ANGELS ($50-$99)

Farmer Ann: In Memory of Minion

Farmer Ann: In Memory of Buffy

Christy Geiger (Synergy Strategies): In Memory of Casper

Linda Belan: Sweet​, gentle brown ​dog...

Desiree Bryant & Greg Vizzacco: Anubis (9/9/08 - 2/8/11) Our feline baby never to be forgotten

Anonymous: In memory of our dear hens, Gremmi and Grace who were taken way to soon.

Laddie and Jasmine Bryan

Farmer Ann: On behalf of Muskett

Donate now!

PLATINUM ANGELS ($100+)

Kerry Crawford: www.whomadeyoursite.com

The Daub Family: For Sneeze and Squirt

Kathleen Blankenship: For Zoey

Char Stamper: Until They All Have Fur-ever Homes

Susan Rudnicki: In memory of Sprite, lil seabright hen from the Sisters of Charity

Anonymous: For our rescued boys wehave lost: We love and miss you still...

Meg Ewen

Leslie Greffenius: In memory of Morton Olin

Samantha Jaimez: For Una

Christine Mize:Thank you and God bless you for all the work you do for the critters

Lora McKinley

April C. Chew

Helen Powell

Katherine Forbes: (Our Smart & Beautiful Hens) Benjamin and Bessie

Buster Reinhardt: Sam's Mom

Natalie S: Cookies the Indian Runner duck and friends

Donate now!

ABOUT THE FOUNDER

Dr. Tobi Kosanke, Ph.D.

Mom. Entrepreneur. Animal Lover.

In 2009, I left my job to care for my ill daughter. I have since then built a business dedicated to positively changing the lives of hundreds of abused, mistreated animals on my very own farm sanctuary! The Crazy K Farm ❤️