Each year we receive dozens of calls from people asking us to take on their unwanted pet pigs. Unfortunately they buy them from breeders as cute and cudly piglets with little or no advice and no idea of how big they will grow to.
Today we received the news that we have been waiting for. Brinsley Animal Rescue which became a Charity in January 2009, became a Registered Charity.
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.
Almost every day we receive calls asking us to take on unwanted animals, mainly rabbits and all too often its baby rabbits, from irresponsible owners who have not neutered their pets and now have a litter of more. In the past week, we have been asked to take on three litters and 10 adults, that’s almost as…
This weekend has been quite busy, we rehomed two Pygmy Goats, unfortunately though two sheep came in. This poor girl is Mary, her owners made contact the day they were moving house, desperately needing a home for poor Mary. Although we were reluctant to take on any more sheep, as we now have 2 rams and 6 ewes, how…
These two guys were taking in by us in 2010 and re-homed, unfortunately things didn’t work out and today their back with us. These two castrated pygmy goats are very friendly and need to be re-homed together. They need a field or large garden, with secure fencing and somewhere to sleep and escape from the sun, wind and rain.