For a minimum donation of just £10, you can sponsor one of our animals for a year – either for yourself or as a unique and special gift for family and friends. Your support will help us to meet the costs of caring for all the animals at our sanctuary. The sponsorship pack includes a photograph and biography of your chosen animal, plus a personalised certificate. To sponsor an animal, please download our form. You can choose from any of the following lovely animals:
Our gorgeous mascot was found as a puppy in a roadside bush in 2018. He was unable to straighten his spine and dragged his back legs behind him. Following surgery, regular physiotherapy and hydrotherapy sessions, and a lot of love and patience, Floyd has made amazing progress.
Meet Wizzard, the latest member of our Shetland gang. He was rescued by our friends at Happy Endings, along with three other ponies who had been kept in an unsuitable environment. Wizzard has a condition called locking stifles so we offered to give him a home for life at our sanctuary.
Our micro pig Wilbur was taken from his mother’s side far too young and went to three different homes before we rescued him in October 2019. He has blossomed into a loveable, confident and happy pig who loves attention.
This brave girl is currently recovering from surgery. She was badly injured in May this year, possibly in a road accident, and has undergone intricate surgery to save her fractured right hind leg. Her recovery has been very slow but she is gradually making progress.
Lovely African pygmy hedgehog Luna came to us in March 2019. She loves her night-time cuddles and running on her wheel.
Duck Daffy is blind in one eye and his other eye is very cloudy. Because of his disabilities, he couldn’t be released back into the wild so he now lives with our other frail ducks.
This cheeky little guinea pig was diagnosed with a head tilt but thankfully his symptoms appear to be fairly mild. Our neutered boy lives with his ‘harem’ of girls, whom he loves to chase!
This beautiful Amazon parrot was suffering with severe emotional problems when she came to us in 2017. As a result, she is sometimes very aggressive but she can also be playful and affectionate and loves to sing nursery rhymes.
Albino lop rabbit Buster lives with another of our rescue rabbits, Hetty. He has severely impaired eyesight but he doesn’t let anything faze him.
Micro pig Charlotte came to live at our sanctuary after her owners, who bought her as a pet, realised she was feral. She’s now free to run, root and dig with chum Wilbur. She’s an adorable little rascal who keeps our volunteers on their toes!
Goat Edward was emaciated when he was found roaming the streets of East London. He now lives happily with the other goats in our spacious outside enclosures.
Before this poor rabbit came to us she had spent her life in a cage on her own and had become rather aggressive. She now lives a happy life with her friend Buster.
Rescued in 2007, Meep, who is semi-feral, happily spends most of his time indoors but he often ventures out on to the enclosed catio to enjoy the fresh air and sunshine.
This handsome cockerel came to live at Olivers Farm after his owners moved to a residential area. He loves to strut his stuff and impress his female friends.
This lovely Shetland pony has recently been diagnosed with laminitis and Cushing’s disease but continues to have a fantastic love of life.