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Lollypop Farm, Fairport
(4.2/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • Lollypop Farm is run by the local Humane Society. In addition to "what you would expect", i.e., dogs and cats for adoption, there is also a "farm walk" where you can view other animals that have been ...  more »
  • First visited to see what it was all about. My daughter adopted a rescue dog and is the shadow of her heart. My grandson had a birthday party there and they were great with the kids and adults as well...  more »
  • The Lollypop farm does excellent work in taking care of animals that need it most. The farm is helped by donations and really counts on people to help them help the animals. It's a wonderful place wit...  more »
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  • I really enjoyed my visit to Lollypop Farms. The animals appeared to be well taken care of, and the workers look out for their health (you can't just pet most of the animals, a way to prevent the spread of any illness). I personally found this to be a bummer as I love petting animals, but I understood why. You can pet the goats though, which is a great experience for all ages. The goats themselves are quite friendly, and love to be pet! Walking around the outdoor trail and seeing the larger animals (horses, pigs, ducks, large birds, etc.) was very nice
  • OK people I have been adopting form lollypop farm for my whole life and all my animals are healthy energetic and playful I think all you poopers who are giving lollipop a bad review should take a look at themselves you really need to step back and look at what they're doing for the community you guys out there need to stop I have adopted becoming two year old kitten that is healthy energetic playful and the kindest little cat I've ever met. I don't think that he has anything wrong with him. Okay sometimes they might have to put down animals just because something is really wrong when they can't fix it or they have some reason to and I know reasons can be little or restraining. But they take care and love each of each and every animal they send us emails to check in on how are on how my cat is doing and we send them a picture and tell them how he's doing will send as text messages and when they will call us they really truly care about every single animal in there. I just don't understand how you people can just sit there and give lollipop a bad review I don't know how you sleep with yourself at night I don't understand how you don't have guilt biting you in the back of your neck. If you have any problems with my review reply or apply it like I care
  • I like what they're doing for animals but I hate that they put to sleep animals who doing get adopted. Also, I went to get a safe trap to catch a loose animal in my backyard (animal control was notified, however they never came). I was told it was unsafe for the dog (but was ok for a cat??). Anyway, a few days went by and the dog got hit by a car and had to be put to sleep since the injuries were so bad. I cant help but think this couldve been avoided if I had the trap
  • . I can understand that people are upset with Lollypop for putting animals to sleep. BUT, who is going to pay for all the animals, their upkeep, their health, their housing? Are you ? Where are the no kill shelters? Do they have any room? Who funds them? Did you know the pets in no kill shelters live their lives in cages? Where is free roaming now? If Lollypop does not screen people thoroughly, the home the pet ends up in can be worse than being put to sleep. Lollypop clearly states to use Lollypop as a last resort. The fault lies in the people who are not dedicated to keeping their pets AND taking care of them. We have 8 rescue cats inside and maybe 5-8 outside (who are not fed or cared for, that neighbors own) We are taking care of with food and shelter, but no shots, no love, fighting, predators, parasites, and the like. People need to step up and take care of their pets, educate yourselves, your children and grandchildren, and keep your commitments. The issue is with the owners. It's too bad that people can't be on the receiving end of this epidemic, instead of animals.
  • I brought my son to lollipop to adopt a kitten. When we were there, they didn't have any kittens but my son found a cat he absolutely wanted. It was the nastiest looking cat you can imagine. His fur was a nasty and crusted with something and he wouldn't look out the window at all. I tried to talk him into any other cat but this was the one he wanted. When the counselor brought the cat into the meet and greet room it immediately hid from everyone. We let him hide while the counselor read the notes about him. He had been brought in several weeks prior, and had a lot of issues. He had been living on the street for an unknown length of time and the people who brought him in thought he was a feral cat. At first, he was not interested in people but during his first couple days, the staff eventually reported he would roll onto his back to have his tummy rubbed so he was not feral, just incredibly afraid of people. She had gone over the behavior reports from the staff and explaining how the cat had been through surgery to remove a number of bad teeth which got him put on antibiotics that he was fighting against taking thus getting his fur all nasty. The counselor then brought the cat out of the box he was hiding in. Once he realized he wasn't going to be allowed back into it, he immediately went to my son, headbutted his leg and threw himself down onto his back for tummy rubs. At that moment, it was a done deal. There was no way my son was going to settle for one of the "nicer looking" cats. After he was released by the staff vet a couple days later and cleared for adoption, we picked him up and brought him home. He still looked like a walking corpse of a cat, all skin and bones, with nasty fur that he was clearly not interested in cleaning. I figured I would wait and see how he turned out once he had a couple days to settle in. After hiding under a bed for an hour, he came out and began to explore the house. Within an hour of that, he was following people around like a puppy, sitting in laps and just being the friendliest cat ever. He immediately began cleaning his fur and turned into this gorgeous grey tiger on top with a white lower half with the softest fur imaginable. He keeps his fur immaculate now to the point that my wife who is allergic to cats cuddles with him for hours without any symptoms. Best cat adopted ever. Very surprised that my son saw past the outer zombie cat to see the inner awesome. More surprised that he was kept that long and had that much work done to bring him back up to adoptable standards instead of being euthanized. My only complaints about the process would be that the staff make you feel like they are doing you a favor by letting you adopt one of their animals. I was very put off by the third degree I received. The adoption fees, while not as high as buying a pet from a pet store, were significantly higher than the amounts they state (in my case, my 5 year old cat cost me almost 150 in adoption fees which was the rate posted for kittens who are twice as expensive). Given the number of free pets you can find online, the staff at the humane society could better serve the animals they take care of by understanding that they aren't the only option for people to get pets and that maybe they could try to not make you feel like you don't deserve these animals.