Archive for October, 2008

William – Rehomed 26 October

27 Oct 2008

William had been with us for over a year now, it can be very difficult to rehome cockerels so we were delighted that this young man found a great new home with loads of hens to keep him occupied.

Invasion of the hogs!

21 Oct 2008

Climate change means that hedgehogs are having second broods quite late in the season. We are getting quite a few young hogs in that weigh around 120g.  At this weight a hedgehog will not survive the winter. If you see small hedgehogs out particularly during the day then give us a ring. These 2 in […]

Rosie Rehomed 14 October

14 Oct 2008

Rosie was going to be ‘necked’ by her previous owners violent partner. Thank goodness we got to her. She has hopefully got a new husbun called Ralphie and a great home. Rosie was a beautiful little girl who needed a special home.

150 rescue battery hens need homes!

08 Oct 2008

This weekend we took on 150 rescued ex-battery chickens, so we are now looking for loving homes for these hens. Whether you can take 2 or 20, a novice or an expert in hen keeping we’d love to hear from you. We can offer advice on hen housing, feed, health issues and everything chicken related.  Chicken keeping is becoming increasingly […]