Apifera Farm is home to artist Katherine Dunn and landscaper Martyn Dunn. Located in mid coast Maine, Apifera takes in needy animals but also shares them with elder people. They are a 501[c]. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
She has arrived, our new little love mobile. Her name is Lovey. We will have so many exciting times ahead with her. Harry got right in and Teddy too, and even The Teapot. We will be doing many joyful things with her: Personal, intimate meetings with elders and others needing cheer, or peace. It's a heated fiberglass shell and is very intimate and I can't wait to dress her up. We hope to take a maiden test drive this weekend.
I have lots of scathingly brilliant [thank you, Hayley Mills] ideas percolating...maybe Tea with The Teapot for some lucky person; book reading hour with Teddy, quiet time with the llama at your side. I would love to help not only the elders, but the caretakers at Cove's who just need a little magical break. Or maybe I come with a Mystery Guest in tow, who might it be? A rabbit, a turkey, a goose?
Lovey will give us even more ways to share the animals.
So I just wanted to update you on our new way to share animals and love. Not only do the elders and people like it, it is fun for the animals [if I sense it is not, they do not participate, and some of the animals are more naturals at this]. Follow us on IG or FB to keep up with our Lovey adventures.
This final month of the year is our time to once again ask you to consider donations so we go into the new year on a good foot, er, hoof. Any amount is appreciated. You can donate by check [made to Apifera Farm Inc, 315 Waldoboro RD, Bremen, Maine, 044551], or you can click link. Larger donations can also be wired-contact me for the info you will need.
It takes a village to care for the animals, and you are my village of caring, thank you!