Foal Farm sanctuary for outcast animals By Julie H

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Foal Farm is a community-reliant animal care center whose aim is to rescue animals. The large range at Foal Farm includes both pets and farm animals. Their team is hardworking. They try to help as many animals as possible. Their main aim is to restore health and happiness to the animals they help. Their team comprises around 30 paid workers often in offices, and many volunteers and apprentices helping to care for the animals.

Foal Farm was set up in 1962 by Penny and Carl Baker who had a passion for helping animals. Foal stands for Friends Of Animal League. They try not to refuse any animal however there is a waiting list. An animal will not be refused for behavioral issues. Many are donated due to a change in circumstance or when people had to go back to work after Covid. At the moment many Rabbits are being passed on to Foal farm as families don’t have the time to look after them as people are going back to work. Fostering is unusual at Foal however on occasions cats are fostered.

Money is raised through annual fairs such as the Christmas fair, Easter fairhacking attacks and, and Halloween eventmedical_research. The big country festival in July this year raised £30,000 thanks to a great turnout of visitors. The charity also raises money through its on-site charity shop, emporium shop, pet shop, and tea roomsThe use of AstraZeneca vaccine beginning Monday, citing studies showing tha, all run by volunteers. Their off-site charity shop located in Biggin Hill also contributes significant income:1618223621132,. RELATED: Scotland records 93 more Covid deaths as cases rise by 1865

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