We will always take our animals back if you do not get on with them
BUT PLEASE GIVE THEM A CHANCE.
It may take weeks, months or Years for an animal to settle down.
Same Daily Routine is the most helpful in settling down your new adoptee quickly.
Daily exercise is most important preferably at the same time and before feeding.
We will always be registered on the animals Microchip details
We have more animals for Adopting companion ponies, dogs, cats, rabbits
Older animals, staffies, rotties, greyhounds and black and white cats are really hard to home. Please give them a chance colour or type does not make them any less loving. Only the way the owner treats them.
Please remember we can only give you what information we have learned or know about the animals. Some maybe strays or the owners have passed away.
was a stray a lady had been feeding for almost a year she was unable to keep him so brought to the sanctuary to find a new home.
is a 13yr old chipped female she's a very loving & affectionate cat. She is a bit of a
tubster and loves her food,
is approx 12 month old female. She was left behind when her owners moved, brought in as a stray. Quite timid & a bit hissy at the moment but we think she will settle.
is a 6 yr old neutered male. He has been brought in to the Charity as unfortunately his owner has passed away. He is a nice cat just worried
Unfortunately the owner has passed away.
Valentina and Bailey
came in together they are brother & sister the lady who owned them had re homed them. Unfortunately she came home one night & they had been dumped back on her doorstep.
came in with a 3 month old kittens a very lovely cat and very friendly. around 12 months old. She was found in shed with kittens.
is a bit fierce we think she's just scared though. She's a 3 yr old n/f brought in by the
owner who is ill and struggling. he cat has always being aggressive towards them. Always been an indoor cat.
We were called out to this cat as it was all caught up in a football net,. It is very fierce. One of its ears has been clipped so we think it might be a feral that cats protection have neutered & released.