Brinsley Animal Rescue

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A Review of 2017 – 667 Animal Rescued

A Review of 2017   2017 has been another good year for the charity. During the year the charity has taken in 667 animals, pets, farm and wild animals. – In total we handled 667 animals. - We rehomed 308 animals into loving, life long homes. - 80 wild animals were...

Truffels Re-homed

We are very pleased to announced that Truffels has been re-homed. She came to us earlier in the year, she had lived with a family and thier pets dogs, but really she should be with other piggies as well. Whilst at ours she was surrounds by...

Open Day Success

Thank you to all of our dedicated volunteers who spent hours helping to prepare for another successful open day. Thank you also to everyone who baked for us, to those who donated prizes, to the stall holders and to everyone who braved the cold to...

Sanctuary Christmas Gifts

At this time of year when the grass has stopped growing and our animals need to eat more and have warm bedding, our bills increase yet our income reduces. Have you considered buying our animals a present for Christmas and help with our running costs? To make...

3 December – Christmas Open Day

Not long now to this years Christmas Fund raising Open Day this Sunday 3 December at Brinsley Parish Hall and the Sanctuary. We hope you can join us to raise vital funds for our rescue centre. We will open up the rescue centre from 11am until 3pm, admission...

Little Freddie Rescued

Meet sweet little Freddie. The Charity rescued little Freddie an Aberdeen Angus three weeks ago. Freddie is almost a year old now, he should be much larger than he is, however he has some deformity from birth, but this special boy is very, very lucky. No longer...

Mr. Carrots in his new Home

Mr. Carrots, one of our Dartmoor ponies finally has a new home, his new owners were really excited to finally receive this cheeky, confident chippie. Our volunteers have spent a lot of time with Mr. C, he was very nervous, we could hardly get a head...

A Woolly Pair Arrive

Meet Eric and Mavis, two lambs born earlier in the year. This beautiful pair are now looking for a permanent home as pets, where they will be cared for and loved for-life. We have also agreed to take on two other lambs from another location, these...

Casper is Rehomed

This weekend Casper went to his new home. We really miss this cheeky character already. Casper came in 3 years ago when we were told about a large prosecution case of over 100 ponies that urgently needed a home. We worked with other rescues but...

Tips For Owners During The Fireworks Season

You may notice that shops are preparing for the festive season. From the 15th of October, fireworks start to become available to the public. However, depsite how pretty and exciting fireworks are to us, we have to remember that they cause great stress to our...

Barn Owl Released

Today we have released a barn owl back into the wild. This chap came to us a few weeks ago, he was found on the ground and unable to fly more than a few feet. He is young and found very thin, he just didn't have...

Meet Truffles the Latest Pig Rescue

Meet Truffles, a pig we have managed to take in, one of only 5 we have taken in this year. Sadly we are contacted all too often to take in unwanted pigs, sometime for genuine reasons but all too often because people have bought thier piggie...