Pudz Animal Sanctuary needs a bigger home.


Pudz Animal Sanctuary needs a bigger home.

Pudz Animal sanctuary has launched a fundraiser to help them move to bigger premises so that they can help even more animals.

Shena and Ian Fairless who run Pudz Animal Sanctuary on Town Street South Killingholme have dedicated their lives to looking after sick and injured animals. Which people bring in to them.

At the moment they run the sanctuary from their family home. There are more than 134 animals at the moment. Many of the animals are either sick or disabled, and there is only a small chance of being able to rehome them. But they like to rehome them whenever possible.

They are hoping to raise £50,000 to buy a new plot of land so they can look after even more animals.

At the moment they are having to turn people away with animals they would like to care for but they just don’t have the room.

For more information about the Pudz Animal Sanctuary please visit their Facebook Page.

If you would like to donate to their appeal please visit their Crowdfunder page.


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