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Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch—operated by The Fund for Animals in partnership with The HSUS—is America's largest and most diverse animal sanctuary. It is a permanent haven to more than 1,200 domestic and exotic animals rescued from research laboratories, circuses, zoos, captive hunting operations, factory farming, and government round-ups. It is also home to the innovative Doris Day Horse Rescue and Adoption Center.


  • Miniature horses are just a few of the animals who arrived at the Ranch. Lauren Lipsey/The HSUS

Rescued Animals Arrive at Ranch

Miniature horses, goats, and sheep were rescued from a deplorable hoarding situation in Mississippi by The Humane Society of the United States. Several of them just arrived at the Ranch, where they'll live in peace for the rest of their lives.
Watch them enjoying their new home


Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch News

  • June 22, 2016

    Pigs rescued from neglect find a new home at Black Beauty Ranch

    These pigs were rescued from neglect and are now settling into their new home at Black Beauty Ranch. Learn how you can visit them and the hundreds of other animals living at the sanctuary.

  • October 2, 2015

    For the Love of a Horse: Eight-year-old's Desire for a Horse Leads Her to Black Beauty Ranch

    After realizing she wasn't ready to adopt a horse just yet, 8-year-old Lucie Bohnsack gets the next best thing---a visit to the Doris Day Equine Center at Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch.

  • July 14, 2015

    Lulu the Chimp Breaking Records at BBR

    Lulu Belle, a 52 year old chimpanzee, has been a fixture at our Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch for almost 20 years. And in that time she has continually amazed us—from thriving after being rescued from a biomedical research facility to recovering from a stroke—she’s a true survivor. But now she’s added something new to her list of attributes—record-breaker.

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