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Battery Hen Rescue – The Hens Arrive

06 Jun 2009

Today we rescued another 100 battery hens. We had hoped to rescue at least 200 however we have been limited, thankfully because they have homes.

The Great Pig Chase!

04 Jun 2009

This week we have taken on yet another unwanted pig. She came with the name Charlotte but as we already have a pony with the same name we have renamed her Penny. Yesterday we set about introducing her to Rocky our Kune Kune pig thinking that he might like a friend.  Unfortunately he didn’t take too kindly […]

Injured Mallard Drake

25 May 2009

This drake was hit by a car and received injuries to his legs, beak, head and body. The main injuries are to the left leg and therefore he cannot stand.

Pot Bellied Pig Rescue

13 May 2009

Pigs were very fashionable as pets a few years ago, unfortunately with some people, they treat animals like clothes that go out of fashion.

Thank you everyone!

12 May 2009

Thanks to everyone who came to the open day at Lawrence Veterinary Centre and to everyone who baked cakes and bought them too!  Fortunately the rain held off and it was a fabulous day.  We managed to raise a brilliant £184.55.

Fox Cub

09 May 2009

Today this little cub came to us, very frightened and very dehydrated. After eating puppy food and lapping up loads of rehydration fluid, the cub has made a great start to recovery.

May 2 2009 – 2 New Ponies Arrive

02 May 2009

  Yesterday Coco found herself with 2 new friends – Rosie and Charlotte. Like Coco, Charlotte has laminitis so will need special care. These 2 ponies will stay at the sanctuary for the rest of their lives.  We have decided not to adopt any ponies out to new owners.  Instead if people want to ‘adopt a […]

Myxi – Vaccinate Your Rabbit

02 May 2009

This week we have taken in a wild rabbit with myxomatosis. On the night she came in we gave her antibiotics, quarantined her in a warm room with lots of Olbas oils, flushed her eyes, syringe fed her on some warm food and got rid of the fleas that she was infested with.  We weren’t […]