Kind Fibers Sheep Sanctuary

The name Kind Fibers came about because I take in sheep that need a safe home. I’m also a spinner, weaver, and knitter. I process the wool from raw to shawl. In the process of transforming the wool I also pray for the recipient of the final product as I work. Kind Fibers is the cruelty free wool industry here at my homestead Serenity Cove. But the name is more than just the wool. I believe that there are threads of kindness that weave together to create the tapestry of our lives. For some those threads are small and hard to find. For others, those thread are vibrant and dominate the picture. I want to create a world where ALL people have vibrant and beautiful threads of kindness through the entire tapestry of their lives. To that end, I chose the name Kind Fibers as my business to help bring attention to the world’s need for kindness, now more than ever, one person at a time.

We currently house twelve sheep and three head of cattle at the sanctuary. The sheep are Daisy, Lily, Black Iris, Loral, Lilac, Peppermint, Broccoli, Siggy, Sade, Andromeda, Orion, and Minerva. The cattle are Asset, Profit, and June Carter Cash. The majority of the animals came from neglect situations. The sheep are never bred, sold, slaughtered, or separated from each other unless medically necessary. We only shear once a year to ensure their continued health.

Selling the wool through Kind Fibers Etsy shop is the main source of income to feed and care for the sanctuary residents. Several have special needs that can cut deeply into the farm budget. This is not only a labor of love, but also of outreach to other small farmers and homesteader to prevent the need for farm animal sanctuaries due to neglect and simple ignorance. Please visit Our Etsy Shop if you would like to purchase our wool. If you would like to make a one time donation to support the residents, please follow the link at the bottom of this page.

Thank you for visiting.

Have a marvelous day,

Moriah and the flock

Siggy looking lovely

Asset being his silly self.
Getting a photo of Daisy is almost impossible. She likes nuzzling too much. But that eye – that soulful eye. Such beauty.
My boy Black Iris hamming it up for the camera like usual.
Minerva and Broccoli grazing
Best Broccoli EVER
Pepper eating a downed limb
Andromeda about to ask for pets
Our beautiful Lily
Iris freshly shorn and feeling frisky. We had been out for a play time just the two of us. Who says sheep don’t smile!

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