Another day and another bird of prey, we now have 7 Tawny owls with us. This chap got himself caught in netting at a school, thankfully workmen on site built a scaffold to get access to him so he could be freed and brought to us. We carefully removed the remains of the net that was entangled around his talons. He’ll remain with us under supervision before being moved into an aviary to prepare for release.
A few weeks ago we took in 4 young fox cubs, they had been found cuddling their dead mother. Sadly it seems their mother had been killed. This poor family was far too young to survive on their own, so we have taken them in. Initially they were on milk, we have now weaned them…
When we first saw a breeder sell so called micro-pigs on the news, we just knew what would be coming our way. There is no such thing as a micr0-pig. Pigs are generally quite large and very, very powerful animals, a micro pig is a smaller version, but certainly not small or micro as many breeders claim.
Please see below an appeal from one of our volunteers who has rescued two cats, that urgently need a life-long loving home. One male cat – 3-4 years old, neutered, deflead and wormed. Friendly, likes fuss but not a lap cat. Playful. One female cat – 2-3 years old, neutered, deflead and wormed. Was very…
Today Patsy and Angel, two of our female goats went to a new home to live with a male. Angel was originally a stray, Patsy an unwanted pet, they have been together now for three years. We’ll miss this lovely pair, however we are very grateful for a forever home.
Its pleasing that the Dartmoor ponies are progressing well. Although still a little jumpy, they now go for a walk on a lead rope.