Sophie opens doors to new animal sanctuary

Rugby animal ambassador Sophie Peacock has opened the doors to a new sanctuary for old, nervous or ill animals.

Wednesday, 18th January 2017, 8:49 am
Updated Wednesday, 18th January 2017, 8:52 am
Boo needs a new home.

Lowhills Animals Sanctuary and Behaviour Consultancy also treats a range of animal behaviour problems using a force free approach and positive reinforcement.

Sophie said: “Lowhills Animal Sanctuary (formerly TARRS) is a voluntary, non-profit animal rescue and sanctuary for animals in need of a permanent home and rehabilitation or to have shelter and training whilst waiting for a new home in Rugby.

“We have a few cats needing homes and our residents would love some sponsorship if you cannot adopt but want to help.

Betty needs a sponsor.

“We are also looking for new volunteers to help fundraise and organise events.

“We currently only house cats at the main sanctuary but hope to help raise much needed funds for a new sanctuary base.”

Lowhills Animal Behaviour Consultancy specialises in helping rescue dogs and cats with behavioural problems.

All fees are heavily reduced for rescue animals.

Betty needs a sponsor.

For more information email [email protected]

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