We don't know much about Coltsfoot's history or age as he came from a house with 54 other rabbits in. Coltsfoot loves nothing more than to explore everything and anything. Now rehomed
We don't know much about Anise's history or age he came from a house with 54 other rabbits in. Anise is one of the most nervous rabbits I have known, but hopefully with a bit of TLC he will get braver.
Parsley is about 3 years old and a neuterd long haired guinea pig. Sadly he lost his partner earlier this year and is now looking for another one, can you help him? Now rehomed
Rosemary and Sage are a bonded pair of female guinea pigs. They are actually mother and daughter. Now rehomed
Sage and Rosemary are a bonded pair of female guinea pigs. They are actually mother and daughter. Now rehomed
I suppose it was inevitable that we would eventually end up with some sheep. A kind lady had reared two lambs that a farmer left abandoned in a field. She contacted us for help as she could not continue to care for them due to not having the right amount of land. Both of their mothers died giving birth. Soon after we had a similar call about a sick lamb that was abandoned by her mother. All three now live together and go everywhere together.
William is a miniature Kune, Kune pig who was being sold in a car park outside a pub in Liverpool. Thankfully a kind-hearted soul took him out of this situation and so he then moved on to live in a flat. We were then contacted by some friends of ours who asked for our help, we said yes of course. William is, in my Mum's words, 'Gorgeous!'. He is bright, inquisitive, strong, clever and active little piggie who is one of the lucky ones to have found a home for life with us.
Kizzy is one of two rescued dogs that we have. We don't normally take dogs but she was in such a terrible way that we said yes. She was obviously used as a breeding machine and was very, very thin and dirty. To see her now is a joy as she has put weight on and is happy with life and adores her food. Kizzy has now got a home for life here at Forget-Me-Not.
We took on two very cheeky goats that were abandoned at a riding stables. They were in reasonable condition and like the majority of goats very inquisitive. The male is a pygmy goat and is very sweet. The female is the larger of the two and can be an awful bully. Still they seem to love each other most of the time and if she can't see him she bleats like crazy until he appears. They enjoy the freedom of their field and a warm and safe shed at night.
Chocolate smudge - Smudge for short (male) found wandering in a wood. Very thin when arrived but now has warm pen and large area to exercise everyday and he's putting weight on. Smudge has now been neutered and bonded with Delly - she arrived from someone who had lost interest in her and kept her in a tiny hutch, both lovely rabbits if a little nervous. now Rehomed