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Charlie

Charlie
Breed: Cockerel - Polish Hybrid Age: 2 years Sex: M
Charlie has unfortunately been returned to Foal because his neighbours didn't appreciate his early morning wake up calls...please bear this in mind if you are interested in rehoming a rooster, we may love their song, your neighbours may not! Charlie is a bit of a stunner as you can see and has a very unusual double comb! He is also the best behaved boy we have, he recognises the whistle we give to tell the waterfowl it's bedtime and makes sure all his ladies are tucked up safe before we even get to him! Should this boy find the perfect home expect some tears from the small animal team, we are very attached to him and if we had the space we would keep him forever!

Harry

Harry
Breed: Cockerel - Hybrid Age: 0 years Sex: M
Harry came to Foal from another rescue centre due to a lack of space. Harry is a stunning boy, who since getting a hen has matured into a very protective cockerel. He would make any flock of hens very safe and is good at making sure Maude is safe in bed nice and early. Harry is now in need of a loving new home with some hens to look after and protect, he will be a great addition to have. If you are interested in rehoming Harry then please contact the small animal team for more details.

Pepsi & Rose

Pepsi & Rose
Breed: Lop X Age: 0 years Sex: F
Pepsi and Rose are confident, inquisitive rabbits looking for a home together. They were brought to FOAL with 15 of their family members after a large chain pet shop sold an unneutered male & female pair...2 litters and 15 babies later and we are inundated with rabbits who will cost us around £2000 to get ready for rehoming! Thankfully Pepsi and Rose are exceptionally lovely rabbits! They have done a great job of exploring our volunteers, instantly winning them over! So now these girls are neutered, vaccinated against RHD2, RHD1 and Myxo, wormed and microchipped all they need is a loving family that wants to spend time with them every day.

Ducks

Ducks
Breed: Duck - Aylesbury Age: 1 years Sex: F
If you have plenty of space, a fox proof house and a large pond to offer some young healthy ducks, get in touch with the small animal team, we need to find homes urgently! Sadly the majority of our ducks have been thoughtlessly bred by schools before they considered the long term implications. This teaches the exact opposite of responsible pet ownership and costs the schools around £500 a go! The life time care costs are then the responsibility of the generous people who donate to animal rescue! Until we can rehome some of our current residents we will be unable to take in another brood...we are already dreading the very upsetting phone calls we know are coming our way! If you know of a school planning a hatching project, please ask them to consider what they intend to do with the cute chicks or ducklings after they have finished with them and please be aware that no farmer would risk a commercially viable flock by introducing birds hatched in a school. The risk of disease (to the birds and your children) is one reason school hatching is banned in many US states. It would be easy for us to talk all day about the negative impact these projects have, we hope we've mentioned a couple of the most pertinent points in this short blub, enough to make people research harder before hatching anyway.

Maria & Honey

Maria & Honey
Breed: xBreed Age: 3 years Sex: F
Maria and Honey are adorable girls looking for a new family after the children in their previous home lost interest in them. Since coming to foal our vet has discovered that both girls have misaligned jaws and may require more visits to a vet for dentistry than your average rabbits, a situation we are currently monitoring. Unlike some other rescue centres we don't see this as an automatic reason to put an animal to sleep, it just means we will work harder to find them the right home and the life they deserve. If you are an experienced rabbit family and willing to take the girls to a vet at the first signs of dribbling please get in contact with the small animal team, the girls are keeping their furry fingers crossed!