For All Your Real Estate Needs!
Navigation Menu+

St Bonnie’s Sanctuary of the Lange Foundation

Posted on May 30, 2011 by in Active Rain | 1 comment

St Bonnie’s Sanctuary of the Lange Foundation

St Bonnie's Sanctuary

St.Bonnie’s Sanctuary is nestled in the foothills of the Angeles national forest, located near Sand Canyon at 27567 Oak Spring Canyon Road. St. Bonnie’s Sanctuary is part of the Lane Foundation, a nonprofit pet rescue organization Founded by Gillian Lange. She wanted to save more lives.

one of the St Bonnie's Horses having a snack

The foundation bought the Canyon Country ranch in 2007 and constructed a state-of-the art rescue kennel which was finished in February of 2010. Since then more than 750 animals have found forever homes.

Monty of the Lange Foundation

St. Bonnie’s Sanctuary is on over 4.5 acres of land and there are many wonderful pets are waiting to get adopted. Just to give you an idea there are about 50 cats, about 25 dogs and about 13 horses waiting to go to a forever home.

St Bonnie's State of the Art Kennel

If you would like to volunteer, get in touch with Lisa at 661.251.5590 or visit their facebook page at  or if you are in a position to adopt, Lisa will be happy to hear from you as well. If you would like to donate to such a worthwhile cause, send money to The Lange Foundation ( ) at 2106 S Sepulveda Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90025 or call 310.473.5585. The Lange Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c) (3) tax deductible organization.

Diane DeJoie with the some of the residents

If you are a consumer  who is considering buying  or selling  a home, investment real estate, vacation homes, or beach properties in Southern California, Los Angeles, Century City, Westwood, West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Culver City, Marina Del Rey, Venice or Malibu. Feel Free to give me a call at 310.486.1002 (USA) or email me at  or visit one of my websites at  Your Pet Friendly Realtor. I contribute a portion of my commission to Local Animal Rescue Organizations


1 Comment

  1. i have a girl cat about 6 mo……She got into my home and i cant keep her,,,,,,she is friedly with me because i feed her will let me pet her but she does not want to be picked up,,,,,,dont know how long she has been out on her own…… i dont have the heart to take her to the east valley as i think she will be put to sleep,,,,,,and i just cant put her out as we have cyotese running around…..can you help? i am 91 and too much for me… Frances Amato

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *