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Evie

Evie (lamb) Arrived 20th June 2017 Young Evie was the victim of a brutal dog attack. The mauled lamb was found by a member of the public, and had been dropped off […]

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Lacey

Lacey (sheep) Arrived 18th June 2017 Lacey was just a few days old when her mother passed away. We were contacted by her owners who desperately wanted to find her a good […]

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Laila

Laila (goat) Arrived 8th June 2017 In early June we received a call from Cockburn Pound, they had picked up a little goat that was found wandering. Unable to find […]

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Violet

Violet (pig) Arrived 8th May 2017 At just a few days old, tiny piglet Violet arrived at Happy Hooves in a cardboard box. Her mother had given birth to a litter […]

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Cuddles

Cuddles (goat) Arrived 21 April 2017 In April 2017 we received a phone call from an animal pound. A little goat had been discovered homeless and wandering around on someone’s property. […]

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Benji

Benji (rooster) Arrived 25 March 2017 Benji’s story is one we have heard time and time again. His previous owner purchased some 7-week old Bantam chickens, sexed as females. As the hens […]

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Banjo

Banjo (goat) Arrived: 7 April 2017 Gorgeous Banjo was picked up from the Armadale pound back in early April. He had been found wandering in a rural area of the town. With no ear tags, […]

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Ghleanna & Wilma

Ghleanna and Wilma (cows) Arrived 24 February 2017 These two beautiful cows have been part of a happy family for the past 10 years, living on a lovely property in the Perth hills. […]

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Jasmine

Jasmine (sheep) Arrived 8 December 2016 Sweet Jasmine and her adorable brother Joey were left orphaned at just one week (approximately) of age. The motherless pair were found on a property north of here, by […]

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Oliver

Oliver (sheep) Arrived: 8 February 2017 A tiny one-day old Oliver came into our care late one night. His mother had abandoned him at birth, and the farm owners contacted us the following […]

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