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.
Rabbits Guinea Pigs for Homing
We have many young rabbits and pigs who will or can be paired together and neutered.
Please remember rabbits can live up to 8-12 years and need more in their life than sat in a hutch eating rabbit food. Exercise, interesting foods to eat and entertainment to keep them occupied. Children who have rabbits should be watched by an adult to make sure proper care is given. Especially to teeth and nails.
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.
is an un-neutered male, approx 12 months old, quite friendly. Unwanted pet
Bea and Black Bob
Two Guinea Pigs brought to the Charity both male, young adults, very tame & well handled, in very good
Unwanted brother and sister we believe. They will be neutered before homing.
is a tri coloured male Guinea Pig that's lived with children.
Bracken, and Oreo
these rabbits Found wandering in a ladies garden.
Peter and John Paul has been re homed Paul has the most brown
These rabbits have come in to the sanctuary all male now neutered. All dumped at a vets in Oldham.
Flopsy and Peter
Peter is a 18month old male Flopsy is a 12 month old un neutered female. Both are very skittish, kids have lost interest so they have not been handled much.