5 Animals at Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary Looking For A Forever Home

Here’s a pick of five animals from the Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary who are looking for forever homes – could this be with you?

If you think you might be able to relocate one of them, go to Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary website for more details.

You can also sponsor one of their animals or donate to the vital work of the association.

Adopt a Pet from Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary

Kiwi and peaches

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Gender – Female

Age – 2 years

Breed – Crossbreed

These bonded bunny sisters should be adopted as a couple.

Kiwi and Peaches are fully vaccinated, neutered and are looking for a new hutch of their own.

The sanctuary recommends new owners find accommodation sizes on Rabbit Welfare before adopting.

Find out how rehome Kiwi and Peaches.

Gizmo

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Male gender

Age – 10 years old

Breed – Domestic Shorthair

Gizmo is looking for a new place to call home – could his forever home be with you?

He is a confident and energetic cat who should be the only pet in the house.

Besides loving catnip and playing with his toys, Gizmo likes to sit on his lap but not be picked up.

He needs access to the outdoors and can live with cat-loving kids ages 12 and up.

Find out how repatriate Gizmo.

Paddington

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Male gender

Age – 1 year

Breed – Dutch Dwarf

The single bunny is looking for a forever home and a new wife to share his carrots with.

Paddington must be adopted by someone who has a spayed female.

The sanctuary recommends new owners find accommodation sizes on Rabbit Welfare before adopting.

Learn more about repatriate Paddington.

Bengie

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Male gender

Age – 3 years old

Breed – French Bulldog

As you can see, Bengie is incredibly handsome and very friendly with people.

He should be the only pet in the house, but he does well with other dogs on walks and can live with children 14 and older.

After surgery on both ears, he is almost totally deaf, which means that any future owner will have many needs to consider when offering him a forever home.

Benjie needs an established routine without too many distractions at home and his new owners will need to bring him back for sanctuary-covered vet checks regarding his post-op ear surgery and upcoming airway surgery 2-3 months after adoption.

His new owner should give him minimal daily walks and not overwork him and they should be financially secure enough to pay ongoing vet bills.

Learn more about how to repatriate Bengie.