We will always take our animals back if you do not get on with them


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.

Farm Animals for homes

Due to the present situation we are not homing at the moment

We have a very large grumpy cockerel he is a white Sussex for homing. Thinks humans are good game to chase. We have a number of smaller cockarils who are a bit more peaceful.


Ducks and geese (Littleborough sanctuary)

We have a number of ducks and geese they are all male and do fight here and there mainly breeding season. These animals will make a mess of your lawn and leave sloppy piles everywhere. Better for a farm or small holding. The geese can become aggressive to the family members. They also need locking up at night to keep away from foxes.

Ducks and geese

Muscovy Ducks (Littleborough sanctuary)

We have a few of these all males and can get a bit aggressive they do leave green sloppy piles everywhere due to eating the grass. Need a farm or small holding Need putting away at dusk due to foxes

Muscovy Ducks

Chili (Littleborough sanctuary) To take on a pig you must have a Defra holding number. Even if its your back garden.

Chili is a female pig who is quite a size and can be stroppy with other pigs. There is no such thing as a micro pig but Chili was bought as a micro pig and is very naughty with it. She will need a indoor area from the weather and a well fenced field. Pigs will push and force their way out of area they are not happy with. Chili lives on pot bellied pig nuts, grass, hay will need straw for bedding and lots of fresh fruit and veg like bananas, apples, root vegetables and lots of it. Chili can get stroppy when in season.


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