Woman Spends $10,000 A Year On Vet Bills And Opens Home Up To 90 Rescue Animals


We love our pets, but we have to admit, they don’t come cheap. But no matter what, the cost is always worth it because as responsible and loving pet parents, we just want what is best for them.

And one woman who has a menagerie of animals is more than happy to spend $10,000 a year on the upkeep for her furbabies.

Adri Rachelle has opened her home to more than 90 animals who are all rescues.

As a result – between vet visits, food, and any other needs – her furbabies require more than $10,000 a year to be kept happy and healthy.

In addition, she put an extra $10,000 into turning her guest house into a pet-friendly sanctuary.

This set up is complete with a camera system in order for her to always keep an eye on her furry friends.

Adri’s property is home to dozens of dogs, cats, birds, hamsters, and rabbits.

Pippin, the dog, Comet, the rat, Frankie the parrot, Falcor the teggu, Tator Tot the pig with Adri Rachelle. See SWNS story SWNYpets; An animal lover shares her home WITH 90 PETS named after Lord Of The Rings characters. An animal lover shares her home WITH 90 PETS and names them after Lord Of The Rings characters. Adri Rachelle’s massive menagerie includes Bilbo Baggins the mule, Gandalf the goat, Frodo the spaniel and two cats named Boromir and Faromir. But the dog sitter, 31, of Atlanta, Georgia, USA, admitted she is rapidly running out of middle-earth names. The J. R. R. Tolkien fan said: “I’ve always loved animals. I don’t think anyone is surprised that I’m living like this. “When I was a kid, my room was full of stuffed animals because I couldn’t get the real ones. “They do all have names and 80 percent of them are named after Lord Of The Rings. “I’m a little obsessed with the books and the films. “Technically we haven’t run out of Lord Of The Rings names, but I really have to search for them now.” Adri keeps 22 rescue pigs, 12 dogs, eight chickens, six cats, four parrots, four horses, four peacocks, four rats, three hairless guinea pigs, two goats, two ducks, two cockatoos, two cows, two mini cows, two alpacas, two ferrets, two geckos, one tegu lizard, one bearded dragon lizard, a mule, a hamster, a rabbit, a tortoise and a python.

Besides domestic pets, she also has taken in other animals such as goats, peacocks, pigs, chickens, ducks, and mini cows!

Her 11,000-square-foot-abode is what she’s dubbed her own “little piece of paradise.”

Adri has had a passion for animals for as long as she can remember. And as a result, her entire life has been spent making sure that she can help as many animals in need as possible.

Adri Rachelle and Gandalf the Goat. See SWNS story SWNYpets; An animal lover shares her home WITH 90 PETS named after Lord Of The Rings characters. An animal lover shares her home WITH 90 PETS and names them after Lord Of The Rings characters. Adri Rachelle’s massive menagerie includes Bilbo Baggins the mule, Gandalf the goat, Frodo the spaniel and two cats named Boromir and Faromir. But the dog sitter, 31, of Atlanta, Georgia, USA, admitted she is rapidly running out of middle-earth names. The J. R. R. Tolkien fan said: “I’ve always loved animals. I don’t think anyone is surprised that I’m living like this. “When I was a kid, my room was full of stuffed animals because I couldn’t get the real ones. “They do all have names and 80 percent of them are named after Lord Of The Rings. “I’m a little obsessed with the books and the films. “Technically we haven’t run out of Lord Of The Rings names, but I really have to search for them now.” Adri keeps 22 rescue pigs, 12 dogs, eight chickens, six cats, four parrots, four horses, four peacocks, four rats, three hairless guinea pigs, two goats, two ducks, two cockatoos, two cows, two mini cows, two alpacas, two ferrets, two geckos, one tegu lizard, one bearded dragon lizard, a mule, a hamster, a rabbit, a tortoise and a python.

While 90 pets may seem excessive to some, Adri has stated that she wouldn’t have it any other way.

She thoroughly enjoys being able to provide loving care to all her little four-legged friends.

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