For £20 per year, you can adopt a goat and help contribute towards their costs and care. This makes an ideal present - either for yourself, or for that 'hard to buy for' relative or friend.
In return, receive an attractive certificate with a picture of your goat and details about their story. You'll also be sent our quarterly newsletter that tells you about recent rescues and what's been going on at the sanctuary. Please feel free to visit your goat on one of our open days for a cuddle and to spoil them a bit.
Adopting a goat is simple. Choose your favourite from the goats below - each is a real character but, if you can't decide, we can chose one for you - or better still, adopt more than one goat!
Contact us if you need any help
Male Anglo Nubian, found abandoned and tethered to a garden gate in Norfolk.Adopt Now
Female British Alpine, found abandoned the weekend of the queens jubilee, having been tethered and attacked by dogs.Adopt Now
Male long haired Pigmy, found abandoned, confused and lost in the countryside in the Spring of 2013.Adopt Now
Rescued in the middle of the night after a callout at midnight about a male Old English Pigmy.Adopt Now
Sister of Nadia, a Saanan cross female rescued from slaughter in May 2010.Adopt Now
Rare Breed Golden Guernsey male, rescued with two others from former home in 2013.Adopt Now
Female pigmy goat related to Bilbo and Twizzle, compassionate re-homing early 2016.Adopt Now
Male pigmy goat related to Pooky and Twizzle, compassionate re-homing early 2016.Adopt Now
Male pigmy goat related to Pooky and Bilbo, compassionate re-homing early 2016.Adopt Now