Please remember the sanctuary staff have to deal with types of cruelty that some times is done on purpose and sometimes done by not understanding how to look after an animal. Some of these are road traffic accidents.
Penny was forced into her stable with a pitch fork. She had holes in her back end.
This owl hit a window and knocked itself out.
This Alsatian was living in an outside toilet these are urine burns as no one cleaned the dog out and she was living in her own waste.
We looked after this Deer after the vets patched him up. He hit a car at high speed but was soon back in the wild.
We think this owl ate poisoned rodents.
Left to go hungry.
Sapphire could not feed her foal properly as she was very thin. The foal had a vitamin deficiency which her back feet were bent. With good feeding we managed to correct this.
This dog was found wandering with a knife stuck in him
Roly when we he was found wandering the streets.
Roly on his way to a new home
Untreated Road traffic accident wandering the streets
These 4 ponies came from the same place
Slightly different with some TLC
This is the before and after pictures of a Apricot Poodle
This rabbit has over grown teeth an infected eye and a poorly tummy.
Jesters leg left to get infected
Unwatched child's pet
Unwatched child pet
Fiona grey mare with so many midge bites puss was pouring down her neck.
English bull James left hungry
English Bull James before rehoming
This cat had burns these were soon cured and she was rehomed.
Lady had been tied to a post with fishing line.
Lady after the TLC
Cleo starved unhappy with TLC from the staff she was rehomed back to a happy canine.
Ponies that no one checks the feet of
Cat shot by air rifle
Cassie left to eat grass in a garden with 4 other horses.
Buster, Road Traffic accident
Buster Going to his new home
The Vet thinks this happened from a hot exhaust.
Locky, Boxer no update picture. He was rehomed.
Starved and covered in flea's
Keeping their pet in wrong conditions.
Bad photo but the dark spots on this kittens neck are fleas
Battery hen feet after living in mesh cages.
Equines left in a field to look after themselves.
This Iguana was kept in a tank too small. It rubbed and rubbed its nose against the glass trying to get out.
Leo a starvation case
Leo After a little TLC
This Iguana was kept in a small tank with another to which the the other Iguana kept attacking this one on the back of the neck.
Found on the Streets. There is plenty of food on the streets for dogs to eat starvation can only happen by being locked in.
Unwanted Battery Hens 600 of them all had homes found.
A bad Flea allergy and a little underweight.
Animals in Distress was Founded in 1967
registered charity number 515886
Affiliated to the Jean Sainsbury Animal Welfare Trust