Help the sanctuary by adopting an animal!
The Black Sheep Animal Sanctuary is always looking for loving forever homes. Once animals have been rehabilitated, we do our best to find caring permanent homes where animals will not be eaten, neglected, abused or exploited. Where they can live out their natural lives in the company of others of their kind.
Rehoming animals is a vital part of our work, as it frees up space and resources, allowing us to take in other needy animals. We are currently at capacity for animals, and we would very much appreciate hearing from genuine animal lovers who are able to offer a safe and caring home. We will stay in touch and are always keen to offer support once the animal has been adopted.
We will also be listing notices about animals who aren't actually located at the Black Sheep, but need to find new homes.
Gilgamesh and Mogwai
When he was just six months old, Gilgamesh was caught in a possum trap in the bush. Luckily he was found and taken straight to the SPCA where he was mended and de-sexed before being brought out to The Black Sheep Sanctuary for rehabilitation. To begin with he was very timid, hiding behind the furniture and only coming out to eat. But eventually, with the help of Nana the cat and a couple of wild kittens, he began to trust humans more and more. He is now social, relaxed and friendly, even with strangers.
We also have Mogwai looking for a new home. He was found running across the motorway and fortunately was not badly injured. Now after spending time with humans and domesticated cats, and being de-sexed, this once wild cat is looking for a permanent home. He is still quite timid, and is likely to be a one-person cat, but has lots of love to give to the right person! It would be ideal if Gilgamesh and Mogwai could go to the same home, as they love nothing more than to play together and groom one another, plus they may settle in better if they are together.
We'd love to hear from you if you think you could offer Gilgamesh and/or Mogwai a loving home!