Farm Animal Rescue Sanctuary is in need of some extra volunteers, preferably at weekends but also weekdays too. Ideally you would live locally to the sanctuary in Warwickshire, but even if you live further away and could help at weekends, we would like to hear from you.
Our first new arrival is Peggy. She was rejected by her mother so was bottle fed with the intention of her returning to the flock but the owners soon realised she had a problem with her legs so she came to FARS. She is just a week old so we are keeping her warm and administering antibiotics to help with her condition. She is slowly improving and can now walk a little. She is a real little sweety…
Meet Angelina.. a “Gloucester Old Spot”. She is nearly 8 years old and the owners had moved home so couldn’t take her with them. Pigs are so difficult to rehome and I couldn’t let her be destroyed, so decided we would take her into the sanctuary. We now need to build her a home with a separate “run” away from George as pigs don’t always get along together.
Last but not least is Caroline, who has been with us around a couple of weeks now. Caroline aged 13, was taken in by another sanctuary but was on her own as the sanctuary was predominantly for dogs, cats and other smaller animals. Now happier to be amongst her own kind, she is settling in well.