By Richard Freedman
It was one extremely bad February night at Loma Vista Farm that fueled one extraordinary period of financial support.
Following the Feb. 8 attack by two dogs that killed three alpacas and injured other animals at the north Vallejo animal sanctuary, a public awash in nostalgia either visiting the farm as a child or bringing their own children to the facility has come through admirably.
Suddenly, Loma Vista Farm is a cash cow — for now. A March 25 sold-out pasta feed raised 50 percent more than the previous year’s event. This past Monday’s variety show at the Empress Theatre brought in $6,000 more. And a GoFundMe online campaign reached the $20,000 goal on the nose with $775 coming from four donors on Tuesday.