Animals in need of homes

Adopt! Don't buy!

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All of our Dogs and Cats leave us neutered ( provided they are old enough ) vaccinated , microchipped and up to date with flea and worm treatment. They are also health checked by our vet and leave with 4 weeks free pet insurance. We do ask for an adoption fee of £180 for dogs and £70 for cats. This helps us cover the cost of the above and allows us to continue helping others.

We will need to arrange a home visit before any animal leaves us.

Email Us

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If you are interested in offering an Animal a home then please EMAIL us at
info@happyendingsrescue.org
to arrange an appointment within our opening times of 2pm- 4pm.

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All our horses are microchipped or freeze branded and passported.
All colts and stallions are gelded before going to new homes.

Foster an Equine

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At Happy Endings we understand the financial commitment involved when taking on an equine. If you have time and space for an equine then why not concider our foster scheme. Please email us for more information.

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Mrs Tiggywinkle -

Happy Anniversary Mrs Tiggywinkle, you have now been with us for a year!!! Others have come and gone and still you are waiting.
Mrs Tiggywinkle is 10yrs old and is very patient Please email if you feel you might be able to offer her a home. She doesn’t ask for much, just a space on the sofa or arm chair, some grub and maybe some strokes if she’s in the mood.

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Easy

Easy is a very good doer, dispite her breed type she lives out all year round unrugged. She is currently living in a mixed herd but definetly prefers the company of the mare's. Easy's adoptee or fosterer will need to be someone who is quiet and patient and allow her to settle before to much is asked of her.

Name: Easy
Age: 2005
Height: 15hh
Breed: TB x
Use: Companion
Minnie

Minnie

Minnie is a very special case looking for a very special long term foster home. Minnie was diagnosed last year with Equine Motor neuron disease.This is something that she will live with for the rest of her life. But recent tests have shown that she has made a vast improvement and after speaking with our vet, we feel she is now stable enough to go up for foster.
Her new home ideally needs to be some where with good grazing on flat ground all year round. If she did need to be stabled at all then she may require a vitamin E suppliment.

Name: Minnie
Age: 2013
Height: 14.2hh
Breed: Cob
Use: companion

This is one of our many feral cats. They make great mousers and all they ask for in return is a daily supply of food.

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