Wondering what to get your family /friends for a gift?!
When they already have everything!
Sponsor a hen or cockerel, pig, sheep or horse that has been rescued by Lucky Hens
"These are truly animals in need"
Meet the Ani-Pals
Alan was born on the 2nd of April. He was the second born of triplets. We took them on as their breeder had lost a family member and was finding it hard to cope with the bottle feeds. Alan was bred to be eaten so thankfully he is safe for the rest of his days!
Gary formally known (and confused ) as Gloria is one of our resident cockrells, these poor boys are usually killed as soon as they are born but we managed to rescue Gary. If you always fancied a cock but could not cope with the early morning wakeup call, why not sponsor Gary for £15 for a year.
Elivis came to Lucky Hens with Lulu 4 years ago, when their owner became very poorly and his elderly parents struggled to look after them. Their owner sadly died so they now live here with us in their forever home! Sponsor Elvis and Lulu for £30
Poor Blue was dumped from a wagon as a baby, covered in worms and fleas the poor thing was emaciated. After a years love and care, Blue looks amazing. Sponsor Blue for a year for £45
Mrs Brown is an ex commercial hen. She is an absolutely beautiful lady and so gentle that we have now started using her for care in the community and she has made her first carehome visit! Sponsor Mrs Brown for £15 a month
Frank was destined to be on a festive dinner plate before Lucky Hens stepped in. This fabulous, handsome boy will now live out his days with us! £25 a year sponsorship
Lilly was brought to us as a lonely hen, she is only young but her friends had sadly died of old age :-( She is a beautiful girl who loves nothing more than her dustbaths and treats. Sponsor Lilly for £15 a month
The cockatiels were rescued by us from a small cage where they were all fighting. Their owner had been threatened with eviction! They now live in our donated aviary and haven't fought since!
Harry Potter came to us after having an unhappy start to life. He used to weave in his stable and bite people due to distress. Due to excessive bucking he needs continuous expert training (as you can see from the horse whisperer in the photo). He is a wonderful boy who will love out his days at Lucky Hens. Sponsor Harry Potter for £45
Brian was rescued from the food chain 7 years ago by Lucky Hens Rescue along with his sister Milly who has recently passed on. Poor Brian has had to have half his foot removed due to a recurring infection,...but our boy still gets around! Sponsor Brian for £25 a year.