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369 Montezuma Ave. #130
Santa Fe, New Mexico,87501
The Heart and Soul Animal Sanctuary serves a region of desperate need. Northern New Mexico has a long history of neglect, ill-treatment and heedless overpopulation of animals. Many of the dogs and cats who come to us have been dumped in trash cans, dropped int... more.
Director and Founder
Soul Animal Sanctuary
New York University
University of Munster
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This week, Robin talks with Natalie Owings of The Heart and Soul Animal Sanctuary in New Mexico, a place of refuge for animals who otherwise would perish: the abandoned, the abused, the sick, the old, the suffering.
Robin and Natalie discuss their shared commitment to animal rescue and welfare, while Owings gives Robin a glimpse of her daily life at the sanctuary, including how her and the animals live, family style, on the grounds and in the "Giant Doghouse".
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Marley Downing Beohner - Linus Hart - Natalie Owings - Steven Urow - Rachel Romero Natalie Owings, Animal Concerns and Facilities Advisor, is the Founder and Director of Heart and Soul Animal Sanctuary in New Mexico, a 130-acre Sanctuary which is home to some 100 dogs and farm animals.Natalie grew up on a ranch in New Mexico, and has witnessed animal abuse since childhood.With more than 25 years of animal rescue work to her credit, she became depressed by the plight of animals in conventional shelters, and created Heart and Soul, a progressive, ‘cage-less' no-kill refuge.A graduate of New York University, Natalie has also attended the University of Munster in Germany, and has studied animal behavior and animal abuse investigation at the University of Missouri School of Law and the American Humane Association in Salt Lake City.In addition to her extensive experience in the care of dogs, donkeys, and other farm animals, Natalie has particular expertise with ducks, geese, chickens, and turkeys.She operates successful adoption and education programs from her unique Sanctuary, where she lives full-time with the animals in her care.Ms. Owings is a continuing source of essential information, perspective, and guidance to the Directors of UNICORN-BUTTERFLY PROPHECY.Given her decades of experience, and the many areas of endeavor which are shared by both organizations, she is truly an indispensible ally and friend.
A Second Chance At Life! | Heart & Soul Animal Sanctuary
Call Natalie Owings at 505-757-6817 for directions.
Our founder and director, Natalie Owings, works at the Sanctuary 24 hours a day, 7 days a week without salary. She and the dogs live, family style, in the "Giant Doghouse"-essentially a spacious room with 25 or 30 dog beds and one human bed. Please call Natalie 505-757-6817.
The Giant Doghouse | Heart & Soul Animal Sanctuary
When you call Natalie for an appointment to visit the Sanctuary, don't forget to stop by the gift shop.
It's actually a home-a group home for 25 to 30 rescued dogs, presided over 24 hours a day by our founder and director, Natalie Owings. The rescuers called Natalie, at The Heart and Soul Animal Sanctuary, for help and advice. She put them in touch with her veterinarian, who then conveyed the proper treatment plan to El Paso, to save this very sick mother and her puppies. Natalie prepares an amazing feast of roast turkey and stuffing, potatoes, vegetables and all the trimmings, including an assortment of sumptuous desserts.
Our founder and director, Natalie Owings, works at the Sanctuary 24 hours a day, 7 days a week without salary.
She and the dogs live, family style, in the "Giant Doghouse"-essentially a spacious room with 25 or 30 dog beds and one human bed. Please call Natalie 505-757-6817. Additionally, the site admin can be reached via email if you would like to send us resource information. Want to visit? We welcome visitors to the Sanctuary. We're located in Glorieta, N.M., a 20-minute drive from Santa Fe. Please call for an appointment; afternoons between Noon and 5pm are preferable. Call Natalie Owings at 505-757-6817 for directions.