About The Maggie Fleming Animal Hospice and The Karass Sanctuary


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In our society, most animals are denied a peaceful life and death.

We provide life-long care to around 420 young, abandoned and unwanted dogs, cats, chickens, cockerels, pigs, turkeys, quail and sheep, and end of life care to terminally-ill abandoned and unwanted companion and farmed animals so that they don’t have to spend their final days alone. When the time comes, they die with dignity and with a friend by their side.

Our small group of volunteers take care of their needs so that they don’t have to worry about a thing, and they will never be lonely, cold or hungry again. Whether they have 15 years or just a few weeks ahead of them, they can spend it  peacefully, knowing they are loved, and having the most fun we can fit in each day. 

We also encourage and support people to do end of life care for their own family members to help keep families together and believe in responsibility until the end.

No matter what shape we come in - dog, chicken, sheep, pig, cat, human - in life and when it comes to the end we all want the same things; to feel safe, secure and comfortable, and to be free from worry, anxiety, pain and fear.

At The Maggie Fleming Animal Hospice and The Karass Sanctuary we let them know they are safe, so the inner puppy (or cockerel, or lamb!) can finally come out and and play. 

All money we make from sales goes directly to help make their lives as good as can be. 

There's another way, in life and in death.