Blackberry Farm Animal Centre
OUR ADOPTION PROCESS HAS CHANGED. OUR CENTRE IS NOW CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR GENERAL VIEWING. APPOINTMENT ONLY VISITS WILL BE ALLOWED FROM 12 APRIL 2021 TO MEET OR COLLECT SPECIFIC ANIMALS. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ADOPTING ANY OF THE ANIMALS AT BLACKBERRY FARM - FIRST HAVE A LOOK ON FIND A PET, IF YOU SEE AN ANIMAL THAT YOU THINK IS A GOOD MATCH, DOWNLOAD THE PERFECT MATCH FORM AND EMAIL US THE COMPLETED FORM - to email@example.com . WE WILL THEN BE ABLE TO DISCUSS YOUR APPLICATION IN MORE DETAIL.
OUR RECEPTION AND SHOP ARE OPEN HOWEVER EVERYDAY FROM 9:30 to 3:30 IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO POP IN TO SPEAK TO US IN PERSON.
THIS CHANGE OF PROTOCOL WAS MADE AS OUR ANIMALS HAVE FOUND LIFE LESS STRESSFUL WITHOUT GENERAL VIEWING AND PEOPLE GENERALLY WALKING AROUND SITE
We thank you for your patience and understanding at this difficult time. If you would like to help us in other ways at the moment there are currently two ways you can do this;
If you would like to make a donation to the centre, please visit our Just Giving page on https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/RSPCABlackberryFarm…
Or if you would like to buy any of our animals a present, please see our Amazon Wishlist. https://www.amazon.co.uk/hz/wishlist/ls/V88I4GF28BUB…
Here at Blackberry Farm most of our animals have been rescued from neglect and bad treatment by their previous owners. We look after dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, farm animals and many other types of small domestic animals - at any one time we could be caring for over 200 animals.
It can take weeks and sometimes months to rehabilitate animals. Our staff and volunteers work hard to ensure every animal that comes through our doors will find their 'perfect match'.
Like little Kassy! When Kassy came into our care she was just four months old. She had some horrendous injuries, including a broken leg and a large open wound, and it took weeks of veterinary treatment and lots of TLC to make her feel better.
We successfully prosecuted the people responsible for her suffering, and they received a five-year-ban on keeping dogs.
Having spent over a year in our care while her case was decided in court, it was no surprise that Blackberry Farm staff member Bridget fell in love with Kassy and offered her a loving home. As you can see from the photo, they really are a perfect match.