A lot of our work involves caring for sick and injured animals; and we pride ourselves on ALWAYS doing what we can for them (whereas many animal establishments will weigh up the cost of the vet bills against the cost of simply replacing the animal). This means that our vet bills, aside from the animal food, rent and utility bills, are often our biggest!
These can range from £10 spent on Max the goat's prescription medication every few weeks to THOUSANDS of pounds; such as Daisy the pig's complex veterinary treatment, which even involved a trip to the Liverpool University Veterinary Hospital!
Any help with this would be greatly appreciated and means that we can continue our work with these animals in need, and not have to think twice about providing them with the health care that they require.
We are also planning on turning our indoor Guinea Pig / Ferret rooms into an Animal Treatment & Quarantine Room, so that you can see some of the animals undergoing treatment and the important work that we do! Don't worry, we also have big plans for our Guinea Pigs & Ferrets, who will be moved to brand new purpose-built enclosures. It's a big plan, but together we can make it happen! Please get in touch if you would like to help with this.
How you can help our sick animals...
You can donate funds to us, and specify that the donation is to be used towards veterinary treatment - pennies or pounds, it ALL helps!
Or why not get in touch with our fantastic Farm Vets at Meadows Farm and ask about putting funds directly towards our bills? or even put us in credit so that we're ready for the next call or prescription!
You can also contact Rosewood Animal Hospital who treat our smaller animals, to enquire about putting funds towards our bills here.
Sponsor an Animal
Sponsor an Animal
Now you can help us to look after our animals by purchasing an Animal Sponsorship pack! This helps us to raise the much-needed funds to go towards their food, veterinary treatment, bedding, and enclosure maintenance - and if we can raise enough; towards some NEW enclosures! and what's more, you can say that you have had a hand in their care (without the mess!)
More information is available on our Sponsor an Animal page.