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Revelation Gardens

“He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death, or mourning, or crying, or pain for the old order of things has passed away”.

Revelation 21:4

Revelation Gardens was founded to offer cats and dogs sanctuary in a home-like environment.  Our primary focus is pets surrendered or abandoned as a result of owner death or disability.

Research shows when companion animals experience loss they need time to grieve and heal. When placed in a shelter environment, which is often characterized by high levels of stress or are placed in a rescue (after experiencing loss) and then are uprooted again sometimes multiple times they can experience compounded grief leading to health and behavioral problems. By providing these companion animals with a sanctuary environment, we enable them to heal, rebuild trust, and experience stability for the duration of their lives.

Our programming is rooted in a home-like environment. Residents listen to soothing music, watch nature videos, explore the outdoors, engage in individual and group playtime, and enjoy healthy, nutritious food! Through a consistent routine our rescue-pets transform from being fearful and withdrawn to exploring, playing with toys, and bonding with their rescue brothers and sisters.


When Revelation Gardens was founded, we filled up almost immediately. We planned to expand but then realized we cannot keep expanding to accommodate all the cats and dogs in need. It is imperative we address the underlying causes of pet abandonment, surrender, and abuse. For this reason we founded our community outreach program which helps more pets stay in their home.

Our goal is to to provide pet owners with the resources they need including education, stress-reduction tools, and resource alignment so they keep their pets.

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2020 Goals

Revelation Gardens Sanctuary

Our main focus in 2020 for our sanctuary is vetting care. We have 21 cats and dogs that will be having their annual vaccinations in January, two dogs that need heartworm treatment, and four dogs that will receive an annual heartworm prevention shot.

Community Outreach Program

Our main focus in 2020 is expanding our community outreach program. We plan to engage in the following:

  • Develop a web page and hard copy pamphlet called What to expect when you adopt for pet owners with resource links and contact information, timelines and facts, and general guidelines for pet ownership
  • Offer our virtual pet owner toolkits to pet owners experiencing stress or emotion overload
  • Build a pet food bank
  • Offer spay/neuter to homeless pets and scholarships to pet owners who are experiencing financial hardship
  • Offer enrichment supplies for pets whose owners are not familiar with the benefit of toys

Another way you can support our ministry of helping cats and dogs in need is by donating a car, boat, or RV. Find out how here: