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Abra, Kadabra, Magic, Hocus And Pocus

These poor chookies have had a hard life. Abra, Kadabra, Hocus and Pocus started their lives as battery hens. Things looked up for them when they were rescued by the RSPCA, however sadly since then they've needed to be rescued a second time. This time, we're hoping for the happily ever after that these girls deserve, with a permanent and loving home. All girls in typical isa brown fashion are friendly. Kadabra was unwell when we rescued her, and was on a course of antibiotics, but happy to say she has turned around and made a miraculous recovery! She's currently packing on the weight, to match her sisters.

Magic is not a pure isa brown, and it's possible she's the offspring of one of the above girls. She is multicoloured, and in my opinion the prettiest, but is still a bit flighty. She does come round with some treats though.

How I tell all these girls apart:
Abra (the reddest hen. Alpha.)
Kadabra (growing out some feathers around her neck. Leg tag ends in 73)
Magic (multicoloured girl who stands out)
Hocus (lightest feathers on her back.)
Pocus (the "other" one. Process of elimination leads you to Pocus, who is a very sweet girl).

All hens have been wormed, lice and mite treated. Not carrying any parasites, and are now in great health. It would be lovely if these girls were adopted as a group, however we can rehome them in pairs if you don't have space for them all. They all get along remarkably well, with no bullying (but if someone were to be bullied, it would be Magic who is at the bottom of the hierarchy).

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Frieda

Frieda was originally saved from a meat farm, where she was destined for slaughter. So, you could say she's already been saved twice, how many lives does this bunny have? The first thing you need to know about Frieda, is that she's a super friendly and loveable big girl. Not fully grown, you need to be prepared for a giant bunny, needing a giant amount of love. All Frieda desires is to get pats all day. Pats beat food, playtime, literally anything. Just pat her and she's all yours, snuggling and pushing her way into you.

Frieda's amazing personality has seen her wiggle her way into a lot of hearts. She isn't exactly "adoptable" as she carries a lot of medical concerns, yet who is going to put that needle into her when she faces you with those big, loving eyes? Well, that's why she came to us. Everyone felt she deserved a chance. Nobody wants to put down a bunny whose life mission is to show you how much she loves you.

Frieda was rescued with weak hind legs. X-rays showed a large kidney stone, which she passed successfully, however she's prone to getting more stones in the future and needs careful attention to diet. We also suspect e.cuniculi, and pasteurella. Bunnies from meat farms are not healthy bunnies. We can not guarantee her health to whoever adopts, she is a high risk bun, but one that will appreciate every moment she can spend with you. Frieda is looking for a very special person to take her on. We all believe she deserves it.

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Prince Caspian And Crystal (Bonded Pair)

Caspian and Crystal were adopted from our shelter in 2013, however are now looking for a new home. This already bonded pair make a stunning couple, and are ready to join your family today.

Caspian and Crystal didn't get a lot of attention for a few years, so have turned more towards each other for companionship and aren't as focussed on humans as our other bunnies. This means they're constantly overlooked, and not being young isn't working for them either. They are happy with each other and we'd love to see a kind hearted soul open their home, so these bunnies do not live out their days in foster care.

Crystal is a very sweet girl, who like Caspian adores her food and sees treat time as the highlight of her day. They are always very keen to greet you at the door, hoping you'll have something yummy in your pocket. They love to rip newspaper, and have lots of playful energy! Although they're about 3yrs old, they still act like playful youngsters.

Application forms are available on www.porschesrescue.com

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Jojo And Mojo

Bunnies and guinea pigs are not the only animals looking for homes, meet Jojo and Mojo, a pair of gorgeous fancy doves. This pair enjoy cooing and eating all day. They are very sweet, gentle and friendly/peaceful. Jojo and Mojo are looking for a home together, preferably in an aviary (although they don't seem to mind living indoors atm)! A lovely pair of very easy going pets <3

Jojo and Mojo have been identified as Aachen Lacquer Shield Owl pigeons, which are quite rare in NSW. So it's bizarre that whoever has lost these birds hasn't come forward, or contacted the pigeon society. Already, Mojo is eating out of my hand, and they are a breed known for being friendly and easy to tame.These sweet feathered friends are looking for a pet home, where they can get spoilt and loved.

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Bernie

Bernie was rescued from the pound, and boy does he/she have a lot to say! In that awkward transitional age between cute, fluffy duckling, and sleek, white duck, Bernie is looking for a home with other duckie friends and a pond to play in. He/she was found wondering along the road before being taken to the pound. Bernie's trying so hard to tell us all about her past... if only we understood duck!

We're not sure about Bernie's gender at this stage. Given that she's rather loud, we've gone with female for the profile, but it might change.

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Sasha

Sasha is our little poster child, he is so pretty you can just see him gracing the covers of every guinea pig magazine! Sasha was born to Satine on the 11th Oct. along with his siblings; Runty, Sophia and Little Ted.

Handled every day since being born, Sasha is a confident little popcorn machine, that loves to play with Big Ted and Little Ted (Little Ted has since been adopted). Sasha needs to go to a home with Big Ted as they are a bonded couple. He has a beautiful white belt/sash around his waist, making him striking and very recognisable. We just love this little boy! Sasha has one of the biggest personalities we've come across in a guinea pig. He always runs over for pats, and will happily sit while you pick him up gently, or crawl into your lap.

Like the other babies born into privilege at the shelter, Sasha is looking for an indoor home where he can continue getting the love and respect he deserves, along with being part of a family. Not left outdoors in the hot or cold, where his social nature is not recognised. A young couple looking for a sociable pet, or a family with very gentle children (10+) are welcome to apply.

For more information or to make an application please visit www.PorschesRescue.com.

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Big Ted

Big Ted was born to Wilma on 9th Oct, with his sister Miss Perfect, at the shelter. He's only ever known a kind hand, and as such is a sociable fellow who is easy to handle and has a love of life. Big Ted's mum was rescued from terrible conditions, and as such he was born very sick and blind. We worked very hard to save him as a tiny baby, and treated his eyes throughout the day to ensure he wouldn't stay blind. The medications and care worked, with his eyesight now 100%.

This boy is just gorgeous, and is currently living with Sasha. We are only considering a home that will adopt them both (see Sasha's profile). The 2 boys love a good game, and are popcorning and doing zoomies inside all day. They love to go outside for a play and nibble on the grass, but are used to coming inside every night to continue their antics.

For more information or to make an application please visit www.PorschesRescue.com.