Blaikiewell Animal Sanctuary is a small charity in Deeside, Aberdeenshire, UK. It is home to over 60 horses and ponies, two Jersey cows, and six pigs as well as cats, dogs and any other animal or bird that needs a safe place.
F.R.I.E.N.D Animal Rescue sanctuary was founded in 1994, a small sanctuary with a big message: Marion and Mark campaign for farmed animals with a vegan message and show how we can all live in peace and harmony with animals and people.
Hopefield Animal Sanctuary founded in 1983 is a non-profit organisation caring for around 200 sick, unwanted and mistreated animals based in Brentwood, Essex.
Sheep Ahoy is a small sheep rescue in Kent with the ethos that sheep should be loved and not eaten.
A caring home is given to poorly lambs and adult sheep where they are safe and have a home for life.
Monies are raised by donations and the Sheep Sponsorship Scheme and all funds go to the care of the sheep with no money going for wages or personal expenses.
We are a not-for-profit organisation with all the Trustees and most of the volunteers being vegan. All funds raised go to the welfare of the animals who come into The Retreat's care and where possible animals are rehomed in permanent, loving homes. The Retreat operates a genuine no-kill policy.
Our sites accommodate our main rescue centre and wildlife hospital to deal with most animal intakes and emergencies, and our permanent horses, cows and sheep residents - we now have ample room to care for more animals, our intensive and equine rehoming centre, along with care-for-life wildlife and exotics.
Tower Hill Stables Animal Sanctuary was founded by world record ultra-runner Fiona Oakes, and now run by her with the help of her partner Martin and her mother Meg, looking after abandoned and rescued horses, pigs, sheep, hens, ducks, geese