The Healing Animals Organisation Sponsored Walk 25th May 2014

Healing Animals Organisation sponsored walk raised £2,267.00, an outstanding amount raised from my module 4 students. Split three ways: The Sussex Bat Group receiving vital funds to help support the rescue and rehabilitation work with bats. Paws Animal Rescue and Critter Corner Ferrets were over the moon with the sponsored walk proceeds. Once again my students have done us all proud in helping animals in need. Thank you my friends xxxxxxx

Critter Corner Ferrets

Critter Corner Ferrets has been taking in strays and rehoming these lovely animals for years. While ferrets can make lovely companion animals, they fall outside the mainstream of the usual pet. Nor are they part of the British wildlife scene, so when they come into rescue the can not be turned out to the wild.

When ferrets come to Critter Corner they must be assessed for temperament and health, and spayed or neutered before going to a new home. This all adds up, and raising funds is difficult. However, this year the wonderful students at Elizabeth Whiter's Healing Animals Organisation came to the rescue. Part of their diploma course includes holding a fund raising event, and as a result of the students' sponsored walk on the South Downs this past week, funds were raised to help Critter Corner as well as two other animal charities.

Because of them, the nine girls and boys on the wait list will be able to have their ops and get ready for forever homes by the summer. So, from the bottom of the food bowl, a huge THANK YOU to Elizabeth and her wonderful students, for helping these little furries take steps to their new lives.

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paws animal sanctuary findon

Grateful thanks to Elizabeth Whiter and the module four students at The Healing Animals Organisation for choosing our Sanctuary to donate a wonderful £756 donation: Money raised at the Healing Animals Organisation May Sponsored Walk. The HAO donation will go towards the following:

  • To care for, treat, and rehabilitate stray, unwanted and abandoned domestic pets and wildlife.
  • To rehabilitate and re-home as many of our animals as possible.
  • To provide a service primarily for West Sussex, but accept all creatures from wherever they are brought to us.
  • To provide help and advice about animal care to phone, email and facebook contacts or via the Paws website etc.
  • To educate groups, school children, and the public generally about animal care as required and needed.

Thank you so much, bless you all x x Stacey x x Founder Paws Animal Sanctuary


Start of the walk


Half way up the hill


At the top!

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Critter Corner Ferrets


Amanda from the Sussex Bat Group receiving vital funds to help support her rescue and rehabilitation work with bats


Sussex Bat Group