Black Sheep Crossing Farm Animal Sanctuary
Providing a forever home for unwanted, abused, ill, injured and /or abandoned cats, dogs, birds and farm animals.
Educational tours May through October by appointment only.
Black Sheep Crossing is no-kill sanctuary that is home to a diverse group of critters who come here to live out the remainder of their lives. Residents of the farm include pot-bellied pigs, Sottish Highland cattle, Shetland sheep, goats, horses, a mule, mini and standard donkeys, a Welsh pony and her daughter (a mule), a quarter horse, guinea fowl, a llama, cats, dogs, birds, and a Jersey cow. Some of these animals were the "black sheep" of their family but that all changes when they arrive at Black Sheep Crossing.
Through veterinarians, animal control, our farrier, and word of mouth, the menagerie has grown from three to as many as 125 critters who come there to live out their lives with love and dignity.
Proprietors: Cherry and Marty Scott
12540 N. Kehl Road
Northport, MI 49670
Black Sheep Crossing is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization and appreciates tax deductible donations. For more information visit our website or our Facebook page .