We specialise in the rehoming of cats, kittens and guinea pigs. Could you give one of our animals a forever home?Find out more
At Woodlands we have many resident animals. Could you help to support our sanctuary by sponsoring a resident?Sponsor a Resident
We offer a range of educational sessions. From sanctuary visits to school visits, our aim is to help educate the next generation.Find out more
From fundraising, volunteering and more. Find out how you can get involved with Woodlands Animal Sanctuary!Get Involved!
Each year we take in and rehabilitate between 600 and 700 hedgehogs! Find out more about our dedicated animal unit.Find out more
Ever wanted to know what it is like to be an animal carer? Why not join our animal carer for a day programme?Find out more
Me again. Merlin. Though you can’t have forgotten that already. I’m too important for you to forget my name! I want to take a few minutes of your time and complain about the 2-legs. There I was minding my own business in the field when they came to catch me. There I was thinking I’d get to have a snooze in my lovely comfy bed when it happened. Betrayal! Betrayal of the
We wanted to give you a quick update on how we are doing with our poorly kittens.
We have decided to put our sanctuary cattery under quarantine at the moment the due to a virus called Panleukopenia, that has unfortunately taken the lives of 5 of the kittens we have recently rescued. We are in direct and regular contact with our vets and are following all the guidelines and protocols
Hello guys! Merlin here. The 2-legged horses have asked me to write you a little letter. I think they’re a bit weird but I’ll humour them for now!
I’ll start by telling you a little bit about myself. I am a Shetland pony which the 2-legs say makes me the smallest but we all know I’m obviously the biggest horse here. I’m way bigger than any of them. I came to Woodlan
We are desperately seeking a new home for a terminal cat.
Oliver is a very handsome two-and-a-half-year-old neutered male and has been with us since the 12th of June 2017 as he could not cope with the stressful environment in his previous home.
When we accepted Oliver for rehoming, it was mentioned that he had had a heart scan 12 months previously, but that this was nothing t
We would like to introduce to you all; Jiggly. Jiggly is one of those characters who has captured the hearts of the whole team here at Woodlands, staff & volunteers alike.