Animals in Need of a Home as Sanctuary Close...
We have received a desperate plea to take in the animals of Suffolk based Blossoms Rescue after they are to lose much of their land. Sara, founder of Blossoms said "It has been a heartbreaking decision but we are unable to carry on."
Over the last 35 years Blossoms have rescued hundreds of dogs, cats, horses, farm animals and wildlife. The loss of land, along with constant worry of raising enough money to adequately care for the animals, has left Sara, who has twice fought cancer and suffers heart problems, with no choice but to close the sanctuary.
"It's a distressing time for us, but if Hillside are able to take them, at least we know they will be well cared for and safe" said Sara. “The farm animals and 20 horses and ponies, including some with health problems, need to be urgently taken in. The smallest is Snoopy, a little Shetland, who suffered mental abuse and the biggest is Rush, an ex racehorse with problems often associated with ex racers. We will be eternally grateful to Hillside if they are able to give a home to all these wonderful creatures."
Hillside is always stretched to the limit, so we really need your help to be able to offer sanctuary to the Blossoms’ rescues. Every penny donated towards this very urgent appeal will be so greatly appreciated.