These two lovely lop sisters came to us from another rescue centre as they were not eating. We tried them on different food and gradually they started eating and gaining weight. These 2 loveable pom poms were so tame and so adorable that they soon found a home when we put them up for adoption. They found a fantastic home with a tailor made run and hutch! Hopefully we will see them again as their new owners want to adopt some ex bat hens too – hurray!
Poor Poppy came in so thin her back bone was prominent and she only looked like a baby guinea. She soon put on weight and by keeping her indoors she became a cheeky guinea who always liked to snatch a good carrot from your hand.
**Rehomed** Description: Hi! My name is Brer and I am a 2- 3 year old chocolate rex buck. About me: I arrive on the 22/10/16 and was given up as the child became bored of me. Temperament: I am an extremely friendly fellow who loves having his cheeks rubbed! I am very people orientated and…
A volunteer spotted this little lady whilst cleaning out her cage and immediately offered her a home. She was a lovely gem of a mouse who was very handleable and very friendly.
Star found a lovely home and our home checkers described her home as ‘first class’. She has found a great home with bunny friends.
Meet Billy, the latest goat to come to the sanctuary. Billy is a 12 year old castrated male, he came from a dog rescue centre where he has been living for the past few years on his own. Billy is now with other goats, he is very friendly and looking for a permanent life-long home….