Below are a few pictures of some of the animals we have rescued. If you would like to re-home one or more of our animals, then we will need to carry out a home check and you will be required to fill in an re-homing form. If you would like help please read our adoption policy and contact us.
Bobby has just arrived at the rescue and at present is NOT neutered. He is a very shy and nervous guinea pig but would love to make new friends. NOW REHOMED
We don't know much about Pepper's history as she was left in a hutch in an empty house. Pepper loves nothing more than to explore everything and anything. Pepper in bonded with Anise.
Not much is known about Anise's history or age as he came from a house with 54 other rabbits in. Anise has bonded with Pepper and they do everything together.
William (who has a home for life here) is a Kune, Kune pig who was being sold in a car park outside a pub in Liverpool. William, like all pigs is bright, inquisitive, strong and very clever. He is one of the lucky ones to have found a home for life here.
U, U2 and U B Careful
A kind lady had reared two lambs that were abandoned in a field after their mothers died giving birth. She contacted us for help as she could not continue to care for them. 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.
Dougal came to us after being found injured and left for dead on the side of the road. The kind people who found him asked aroud the local area but nobody wanted to know/care about him. So following a call to us we offered him a home for life here. Dougal has now recoved from his injuries and is friends with our other three sheep.
Willow is Brambles mother and they both came to us after being rejected from a farm who has goats for milking, they said they had both past their 'use by' date and were to be sent slaughter as they were no longer viable. We offered them a home for life here and are now settling in very well and trying to eat everything and anything like most goats.
Bramble is Willows daughter and they both came to us after being rejected from a farm who has goats for milking, they said they had both past their 'use by' date and were to be sent slaughter as they were no longer viable. We offered them a home for life here and are now settling in very well and trying to eat everything and anything like most goats.
Rescuing hens is an experience I would want anyone who eats chicken or their eggs to witness, as they are truly remarkable individuals who let their personalities shine through even after a few days. At first of course they are scared and wary of everything and it can take time initially for them to become confident in their new surroundings.
We are forever grateful for our incredible rescued turkeys, who we are privileged to share our lives with as they all have homes for life here. They are remarkable creatures who, like hens, have their own pecking order. The lives our rescued turkeys are living now, are how they should be. The turkeys raised for people to eat are, for the vast majority, in a living hell.
Sunny Jim has been with us for a few years now, he is a fiesty rabbit to say the least but we still love him. He loves running up and down the passage in our big rabbit shed checking out all the other rabbits and causing chaos whenever he can.
We are based in Mid Wales and are about protecting all animals and the environment in which we live. We are dedicated to making a difference to the lives of the animals we rescue, in addition to this, we educate and influence people through our compassionate and ethical message.
info @ forgetmenotanimalrescue .org .uk
c/o Trustees, 261 Stoops Lane, Doncaster, DN4 7HT (Please note the rescue is located in Mid Wales)