Here in Findon, West Sussex, just north of Worthing is a sanctuary, that is home to over 100 animals at any one time. Situated at Stacey's home in Findon Village, the Sanctuary is run by Stacey and Sheila.
The Sanctuary is open every Sunday to the Public afternoon from 12pm to 4pm.
We are always full to overflowing with dogs, cats, rabbits and guinea-pigs needing homes.
The Sanctuary is open to visitors every Sunday afternoon from 12pm to 4pm, summer and winter.
A rabbit taking a bath in the sink.
The Sanctuary is always busy and every morning has a host of volunteers helping to feed, exercise, groom, cuddle, walk and care for the animals awaiting new homes.
Paws also has many permanent residents that are to old or infirm to be rehomed.
Come and meet our new addition to Paws
Babe the micro pig
Our Chickens keep us constantly supplied with new laid free range eggs that can be purchased on a Sunday afternoon between 12pm and 4pm.
Toyhorse Princess Snowdrop
We currently have a Fallabella, a miniature horse and a donkey living in the paddock in the sanctuary.
The miniature horse is: 'ToyHorse Princess Snowdrop', born on the 23rd April 1996, she was one of the smallest horses in the country - in the past she was mentioned in the 1997 Guiness Book of Records due to her diminutive size!
Toyhorse Princess Snowdrop pictured here with Bryony age 5, this appeared in the 1997 Guiness Book Of Records.