Murchison, Texas- Meet the Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch residents, all rescued from abuse and neglect and now living in peace and safety. Cleveland Armory Black Beauty Ranch will open its doors on Oct. 17 so visitors can meet and learn about the nearly 1,000 formerly abused, abandoned and neglected animals cared for at this sanctuary.
The Texas sanctuary invites attendees to see the resident chimpanzees and other primates, horses and burros, bobcats, iguanas, antelope, ostriches and dozens of other species who have all been rescued from invasive laboratory experiments, factory farming, roadside zoos, the exotic pet trade, horse slaughter and other forms of abuse, while touring the 1,437-acre facility.
For a full schedule of open house events, including bus tours, hayrides, meet and greets with adoptable horses at Doris Day Equine Center, children’s activities and more, click here.
Admission to the open house is free, but tax-deductible donations to help provide direct care for the resident animals are appreciated. Everyone is welcome, but pets must stay at home for their own safety as well as that of our sanctuary residents.
Cleveland Armory Black Beauty Ranch
12526 County Rd. 3806
Murchison, TX 75778