Welcome to Tower Hill Stables Animal Sanctuary
- Unwanted Staffies and similar
- Horses past their prime
- Pigs, Sheep, Cows: Low ranking animals mostly regarded as Agricultural products
When the animals that fall into the above categories hit trouble, their future is bleak and very few survive, which is very upsetting for those of us who truly care about all creatures. For such people, it is very distressing to know that some animals are very unpopular, and others are our victims from birth to slaughter, sad facts that some of us find very hard to live with, yet find ourselves helpless to change the ways of this world.
Writing to M.P's does not work, pleading with religious groups often proves fruitless. Attending demonstrations may get momentary recognition but a week later all is forgotten. So into this depressing scene, let this writer introduce a ray of hope. For there truly is a Sanctuary called Tower Hill Stables Animal Sanctuary founded by Fiona Oakes, and now run by her with the help of her partner Martin and her very charismatic mother Meg.
Three people who have achieved so much and with your help they hope to achieve much more. It is their wish to always help the least fortunate animals and the Sanctuary currently houses just over 400 creatures, all of whom are happy, contented, warm, well fed and much loved. In fact they all look like animals in their prime and most of them have managed to forget about their past troubles, suffering, dejection and rejection. Click to read more about Tower Hill Stables Animal Sanctuary.
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Animal Adoption Focus
We are pleased to announce that seven of our wonderful animals are now available for adoption. Please take time to read about each of these animals. Our adoption list includes horses, sheep, dogs, pigs and a pony.
2015 Colour Calendar
An A4 full colour calendar showing some of the characters at Tower Hill Stables Animal Sanctuary.
VERNON COLEMAN BOOKS
Kindly donated by the author: we have two must-have animal-related books available to order online.