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Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary
Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary added 2 new photos — at Cedar Grove Veterinary Clinic.30/06/2015 at 9:34am
TIM AND TEDDY ARE WELL ON THE MEND, BUT WE NEED YOUR HELP TO COVER THE COST OF THEIR LIFE SAVING MEDICAL BILLS

If you can spare just a few pounds towards the cost of their life saving treatment please read below:

You may recall a short while ago we reported that our loveable little collie Tim had to be rushed to the vets after he was very sick from eating what was described as a piece of hard plastic, Tim required emergency surgery to remove a piece of his bowel that had become blocked and a lot of aftercare at the vets to ensure he was recovering properly from a very major operation! He is thankfully now on the mend. We have also now removed, and keep a close eye on, any plastics within his reach since this episode.

Teddy is another long term resident who had to visit the vets recently due to over indulging in his biggest vice – FOOD! Following our last open day, Teddy had been begging for food from everyone who would pander to him and we know how hard it is to say no to his beautiful face. Unfortunately this resulted in him getting a very badly bloated and upset stomach and he had to visit the vet to help remedy this. Don't worry this box was empty when he stole it!

Our usual monthly vets bill for our small animals is usually no more than £100-200, however, due to these two events our most recently received bill has totalled at just over £900!! This is after the very generous discounts that we receive from Cedar Grove Veterinary Clinic and as you can imagine a huge blow to our finances when we are trying to keep costs down.

If there is anyone who could help us by contributing even a small amount towards this bill then please either visit https://www.justgiving.com/crosskennanlaneanimalsanctuary to make a donation online or contact Cedar Grove directly where one of their staff are more than happy to take a donation on our behalf towards our bill.

You can contact Cedar Grove on 028 9079 8457

Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 8:30 pm
Saturday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, Sunday 9:00 am - 1 pm
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Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary
Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary29/06/2015 at 1:51pm
One of our many jobs about the yard! Something for everyone if you can help fundraise or want to volunteer we have lots to do! Contact us at crosskennan@hotmail.co.uk
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Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary
Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary added 2 new photos.29/06/2015 at 12:56pm
This is Lucas one of our residents he would love someone to come and work with him just grooming and giving him some much deserved attention and if possible a nice fluffy bed! Contact crosskennan@hotmail.co.uk
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Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary
Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary28/06/2015 at 3:22pm
VOLUNTEERS REQUIRED FOR CHARITY ABSEIL

We are currently looking for volunteers to take part in our next charity abseil, if anyone is brave enough to take part please email us ASAP to office@crosskennanlane.org.uk

Click the link below for a video made by one of our last participants!

https://youtu.be/HBQBDBxG3sM
Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary
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Abseiling down the Europa hotel in Belfast.
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Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary28/06/2015 at 3:00pm
Thank you to everyone who went along to support the Ballynure Village Summer Festival! <3
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About Crosskennan

Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary is a registered charity situated close to Antrim in Northern Ireland. The sanctuary has been a registered charity since 1996 and is the only welfare and rescue organisation for horses and ponies in Northern Ireland.

Mission
To relieve the suffering and distress of animals in need of care and protection by reason of sickness, neglect or maltreatment, by establishing and maintaining a sanctuary for such animals.
To advance the education of the general public in the proper care of animals.
It is proposed that these objectives are achieved by providing:-

- An assessment of the animals mental and physical condition involving veterinary advice
- Physical and mental rehabilitation of the animals.
- Identify suitable homes and match animals accordingly.
- Provide educational opportunities for animal owners.

We want your scrap metal & old clothes

A great way of helping us raise desperately needed funds it to give us your scrap metal and clothes/material that we can sell to recycling companies.