Where does Littleborough Sanctuary fit in
The Littleborough retirement home is different as it takes in old or deserted and injured horses, feral cats, wildlife, all types of birds, pet goats, sheep, pigs, a raccoon, reptiles, unusual and bigger animals that cannot find a place in society. These need feeding, bedding and someone to help and care for them.
We are at the moment struggling due to the world disasters that have happened this year. The charity money has gone out of the country to help the sick and the starving. Unfortunately the smaller charities are struggling to survive and we are one of them. Please help us fight our cause. Please look on our website, please visit the sanctuaries.
Please help us
In the meantime we need YOUR help. We cannot survive without public funding. If everyone wrote out a standing order to us for £2.00 a month this would help enormously. What can you buy these days for 50p per week? We could put your 50p or more to extremely good use.
just before release
unwanted battery hens
Unwanted Christmas dinner
Training the horses
New reptile house
Released back to the wild
a scratch after training
Animals in Distress Founded in 1967
registered charity number 515886
Affiliated to the Jean Sainsbury Animal Welfare Trust