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Guinea Pigs in Need of a Home

21 Mar 2016

*** Update Now rehomed*** We have 3 groups of guinea pigs that are looking for homes. Two  neutered boys, three girls and two unneutered boys. Get in touch if you can offer any of them a home.

Funds needed – Can you help our Cows?

04 Mar 2016

Please help Billy, Herbie and Boris? We need to build a corral and cattle crush for our cows. They are all getting very large and when we have to treat them, such as worming, TB testing, hoof trimming or for emergency treatment, we need to be able to handle, inspect and treat them. We’ll use […]

Our New Tractor Arrives

21 Feb 2016

We have been putting aside funds for a while now, to buy a tractor and make life a little easier at the sanctuary. This week we finally took delivery of our 35 year old David Brown which has been lovingly restored, Vera as we have named her is a real beauty. Vera will be used […]

Guinea Pigs Rehomed

16 Feb 2016

        Four guinea pigs we rescued earlier this year have been rehomed. They have 9 little guinea pig friends to snuggle up to too. It is lovely to see guinea’s in groups and neutering the males certainly helps to integrate them with one another. They are a very chilled out group of […]

Holly update

16 Feb 2016

Holly is growing fast, she is very friendly, curious and follows us around everywhere. Today whilst we were cleaning the stables out, she climbed into the hay sack for a good rummage around. She runs really fast and constantly talks to us, we love her so much. She is now looking for a permanent home, […]

A Review of 2015

31 Dec 2015

Since Beth and I (Jon) moved to Brinsley and set up the sanctuary some eight years ago, we have steadily grown each year. The sanctuary has expanded from 4 to 22 acres, we have built an animal hospital and each year rescued hundreds of animals of all descriptions, from many different situations. 2015 has been […]

Annabell make a full Recovery

24 Dec 2015

  A few weeks ago Annabelle was in our hospital living in a harness with a double leg fracture. A few weeks on and lots of perseverance and Annabelle decided she was going to walk unaided for Christmas. Farm animal are selectively bred by man to produce ever cheaper food, this is at the detriment […]

Rescued Piglet

24 Dec 2015

This newly born piglet was found abandoned and defenceless; she would not have survived more than a few more hours without her mother. The people who found her contacted a nearby farm where she no doubt came from, they were told to “throw it in the ditch”, luckily they cared, they kept her warm and brought […]

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