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Lollypop Farm, Fairport

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
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 ...  read 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...  read 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...  read more »
  • 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
  • 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 adopted an 8 year old cat 1 year ago. and it was the best decision Ive made in years. I found her online on lollypop farms web site.I noticed that she had been on there for quite a long time, like 2 months. when I went there to look at her I wasnt impressed because she was hiding at the rear of her cage. but once I was able to see her in one of the rooms there, she changed and brightened right up. and from that moment on. I told her that she will NEVER go back into a cage again! Thankyou lollypop farm.!
  • . 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.
  • This is a wonderful place if you want to just look at some animals or if you intend to adopt they have all sorts of animals ranging from cats dogs horses pigs and more there's also an area where you can interact with some of the animals they're always clean and well maintained
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