Chimney Farm 2014 - 2023
Chimney Farm will be closing by the end of 2023 and we will not be rescuing any further dogs for rehoming.
Behind the scenes, animal rescue has become harder than ever. Brexit has hurt rescues all over the EU, travel has become harder logistically, as well as increasing in cost. Greece does not comply with the EU laws on pet travel which means we have had to cover constantly rising costs, and a lot more stress each time we rescue.
10 years of rescue
In the 10 years Chimney Farm has been involved in animal rescue, we created an extraordinary organisation, a wonderful team of volunteers and fantastic supporters. We have rescued over 2000 dogs, hundreds of cats, a family of chickens, 2 donkeys and a horse.
It has been an eventful 10 years, blood sweat and tears and a collection of wonderful memories.
The rescue world is a tough, emotional world and can be a lonely place for those who take on the responsibility and challenge of trying to right the wrongs of uncaring humans.
Over 2000 dogs, hundreds of cats, a family of chickens, 2 donkeys and 1 horse rescued from between April 2014 and 17th October 2023
A message from Jennifer the founder of Chimney Farm
A very big thank you to all who have been part of Chimney Farm over the last 10 years. Your support has made us the charity we became.
I hope everyone reading this will continue to support other rescues and animal welfare charities promoting neutering and responsible rescuing for all domestic animals and our British wildlife.
Our relationship with animals and nature has been destroyed and we need to realise animals are not humans to exploit, we should not be wearing, eating or using animals for commercial gain. They are sentient beings who deserve our protection.
Say no to hunting, zoo's, animal tourism, be pant based, only use cruelty free vegan product. Say no to leather and animal products.
Be an advocate for change and lead compassionate lives.
Our planet is in crisis and if we do not change there will not be a planet left for humans to live upon.
Nature will always survive - humans are here at natures pleasure. 🌱