The Black Sheep Animal Sanctuary seeks loving permanent homes for our rescued animals.
All potential adopters must apply to the Animal Protection Society. A member of our Animal Care group will then visit the new home to assure that this will provide appropriate and comfortable housing, shelter, food and exercise area. Please note that most farm animals live in social groups and will not be adopted into situations where they will live alone. We place them where they will have a companion of their own kind to live with.
If approved, the new caregiver must sign an adoption contract. Each animal has his or her own set of adoption requirements and must be adopted as a companion. Adopted animals may not be killed or used commercially for food production, or used for breeding purposes or experimentation. They may not be exploited through zoos, rodeos, circuses, or otherwise used for profit or entertainment.
All rehomed animals are wormed, and spayed or neutered. Adoption fees vary depending on the kind of animal, and help fund veterinary expenses undertaken by the sanctuary.
In our follow up program, a representative from the Animal Protection Society will periodically check on the animal's well-being. If at any time the Animal Protection Society feels that the animal is not being properly taken care of as agreed in the contract, we reserve the right to reclaim the animal.
Have you space to offer a loving permanent home for cows or sheep?
More cows and sheep have recently arrived at the Black Sheep! Much as we love having them with us, long-term we are trying to find permanent homes for them as we have limited space, and rehoming them will enable us to take in and care for more animals. We are requiring that they only go to vegetarian caregivers, so that we can be confident that they will not be slaughtered or eaten.
If you think you might be able to offer any of our beautiful girls or boys a loving home, please email us at: email@example.com
Respecting animals, respecting relationships, respecting the environment PO Box 7500, Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand, 06 364 2241, firstname.lastname@example.org