Zulu the Zorse
Zee the Zedonk
Amanda with Honey Bee and TomTom
Molly and One Eyed Jack
Severn Valley Donkey and Dog Rescue started out in 2008 as Shropshire Donkey Rescue, rescuing donkeys from across the UK and even abroad. We then changed our name to Donkey Rescue UK, and continued to take in abandoned or neglected donkeys, and find them loving homes with people who care.
Now, whilst we continue to help donkeys, we also take in and re home Dogs (and sometimes cats, sheep and any animal that needs our help!) We are a very small charity, and we can not afford to pay staff or spend money on admin. We are not open to the public and appointments to see animals are strictly by appointment. Every penny we receive goes straight on the animals, and is not wasted on red tape, monthly newsletters or overpaid administrative staff. When you donate to Severn Valley Rescue, you know that your money goes towards the care and treatment of animals, not into a bigwigs pay packet.
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Our preferred method of contact is email, but you are also welcome to call and we will aim to get back to you as quickly as possible.
We really hope that you will support our charity, and get involved in the work we do. Every day is a challenge, and our four legged friends will forever be our top priority.
Amanda Ball - Founder.
Severn Valley Rescue owns the only Zorse in the UK. Zulu is half horse, half zebra, and is currently being trained by Jive Pony, the premier female equestrian display team.
Severn Valley Rescue is also home to Zee the zonkey, half donkey, half zebra. Also known as a zedonk or a donkra! These are very rare in Europe.
Severn Valley Rescue has saved over 55 donkeys and ponies from neglect, slaughter and abandonment.
One Eyed Jack was the first donkey rescued by the centre, and he still lives there today. As his name suggests, Jack is missing one of his eyes!
Brickyard House Farm,
Telephone :: 07975 516219
email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Registered Charity 1138874