Our animals all have a story and looking for sponsorship
Contact us for further information. But all sponsorship comes with regular updates, free visits and a photograph postcard or card of your choosen animal.
If you would like to sponsor contact us stating your animal choice and amount you would like to donate as a one off or regular amount. Recommended amount £10
The most gentle pig you have ever met. Likes a scratch or brush with the broom. Likes to be hand fed and is partial to an egg or cucumber.
Penny has recently had a litter of piglets. She is very tame and loves to chew wellies. She was bitten by a previous pig during mating and has a mark on her shoulder. But she is exceptionally gentle and loving and happy to let you see her babies. She . enjoys a brush and a scratch
Alan and Arnold
Came to us with a multitude of problems following being neglected by previous owners. Both were severely underweight, with mites, sores and matted fur. But with TLC will now come to call and go on a halter. Slowly gaining weight and currently receiving treatment.
Character is the best way to describe her. She is the boss of the field. But absolutely adores children. And typical goat, always wants to be centre of attention. Enjoys walks and lots of fuss.
She came to us with badly overgrown feet, and mastitis which has left her with a deformed teat and fear of having her feet trimmed.
Jeffrey was picked on at his previous home so was very underweight. But has gained a healthy amount and is always first to see you for feed.
Super loving, enjoys hugs and any human company. Will smile for you. And loves walks but has long legs so its not so good at agility training as he beats us all.
Pygmy goats Gem and Stan
Rescued by a lovely man who let us adopt them. They had been starved and locked in locked barn. They are a comic couple, jumping on anything and playing with everyone on the field. Not intimidated by any of them, They are typical pygmies and can jump over anything so there are no barriers that prevent them going somewhere. They have definitely found their feet and love a fuss.
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