The roommates are animals who already lived with Peggy before founding KFAAF. In the Netherlands foundations are required. If they are being discontinued, the property and credit balance must be donated to another not-for-profit foundation. This is also specified in the articles of incorporation of KFAAF. The housemates remain the property of Peggy.
Yes, that is possible. However, we ask guests who book a night to honor our life style and rules on the farm which also apply to the guest house and visitors.
Yes it is, for a small fee, possible. You can submit a request when you reserve and fill out the form under ‘message.’ “We will contact with you to discuss your wishes and dietary needs.
The animals living at the farm sanctuary are special needs animals. “These animals need extra care when it comes to daily care, but also receive special care. Think of veterinary care (medication, surgery, rehabilitation), physiotherapy, orthopedics, acupuncture), proper diet etc. The time it takes to care for these animals and the costs involved are not insignificant. Therefore, we only adopt animals that nobody else wants to adopt and for healthy animals we will find a for-ever loving home with a new family. These animals don’t live at our farm sanctuary, but stay temporarily with host families.
Yes, but only by appointment. The farm sanctuary is run by volunteers who work in shifts because our special needs animals need 24/7 care. Visits should be planned in advance and upon appointment. If you are interested in visiting the farm or would like a tour, you can submit a request under: visit us.
KFAAF which is located in Geesteren, Gelderland (near Lochem / Borculo).
See: route description for directions.
The care farm is located at the countryside and not so easy to reach by public transport. If you still want to come by public transport, then we advice you to take a look at 9292.nl to find the best times and fastest route to our farm sanctuary (there is railway station in Lochem).
If you come by car? There is parking on site KFAAF. If you come with larger groups, please contact KFAAF so we can manage the parking of several cars or a bus smoothly.
No, we do not sell food on the farm sanctuary. However, it is possible to order a simple lunch when booking a tour or visit.
While we here at KFAAF love ALL animals… including dogs (several rescued dogs live here) our first priority is to the rescued animals in our care. Some of our animal residents are very frightened of dogs they don’t know. Some of these animals are traumatized by past events and do not understand that “your dog” is sweet and well behaved. It is very important in the recovery of traumatized animals to feel secure. Unknown dogs often react very elated with all its consequences (for our animals, but also for your dog). It is therefore not possible to bring dogs (or other animals) to KFAAF.
Thank you for your understanding!