In December 2016 Apollo came fromt the North West Coast after a person’s cat brought her inside. The person couldn’t keep the bunny and made contact with us and we had one of our helpers pick her up and bring her to us. She is very friendly and loving and the damage done to her ears from the cat has completely healed.
Rosie Rabbit has had an interesting life. She was brought to the sanctuary after repeatedly escaping her yard and hiding under a persons car, which caused considerable stress for the driver. Prior to that she was an escapee from another address and would hop half way around Launceston looking for her previous home.
Daisy the goat came to the sanctuary in December 2015. Her previous owner who was moving house had rescued her from a tether. You can still see where the collar of the tether had cut into Daisy’s neck and the skin had started to grow around it.
Daisy is a friendly and trusting goat who is now really enjoying being free with other goats to play with,
Billy Bob came to the sanctuary in 2010. He was a chattel in the sale of a property, essentially coming with the property like light fittings and curtains. It reinforces the concept as animals being ‘property’.
Billy Bob was an escape artist and caused his new owners a lot of worry. Since being at the sancyuary he has been the head of the goat herd and is happy to stay put.