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Caretaker for The Black Sheep Animal Sanctuary Wanted

The Black Sheep Animal Sanctuary has a vacancy for a dedicated volunteer caretaker who wants to save animal lives!

The Black Sheep is an animal rights sanctuary on 26 acres of land at Otaki Forks. Currently we have just two permanent residents and one shorter term resident, and we will need more help from January 2014 as one of our awesome caretakers is moving away! We are looking for a responsible caretaker (or perhaps a caretaker couple) to live at the sanctuary, care for animals and work on projects to improve the sanctuary. Caretakers will be committed to helping animals and willing to follow a vegan diet while on the sanctuary land. You will be a practical person who is good with animals – we care for over 130 animals, including sheep, goats, horses, roosters, pigs, geese, cats and dogs. Ideally you will have your driver’s license, animal care skills and/or building skills too!

We suggest that anyone interested in being a caretaker lives at the sanctuary for an initial trial period of one week. If everything works out for you and us, you will move into the sanctuary house as a caretaker (we have a bedroom set aside for this, so you will have your own room). It’s a sunny warm space with awesome views and a little patch of sea! We tend to be a busy place during summer (with WWOOFers, volunteers etc staying), but it is much quieter during the winter months. You will have free accommodation, but contribute to power bills and provide your own (vegan) food, supplemented by our organic vege gardens. You will also spend 15 to 20 hours a week caring for animals and working on sanctuary projects.

The Black Sheep supports animal liberation, and is opposed to all forms of oppression — check us out at and on facebook at

Does this sound like you?

For more information, please contact or phone 06 364 2241

22 October 2013

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Animal Re-homing

Linda Nunn has become well known for her relentless hard work for animal rights and welfare, especially in the Auckland area. Among other agencies, she has worked alongside ‘Auckland Animal Action’, ‘Save Animals from Exploitation’, the SPCA, the Humane Society, Animal Control, Councils, etc and has been involved in helping hundreds of animals over the years. If you can offer a home for any of the animals mentioned in her current newsletter, follow the link below for profiles of these animals in need

Animal Rehoming

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Food For Thought

Food For Thought, a vegetarianism and animal rights radio show, is looking for people to be interviewed. Send me an email with the title ‘Interview’ in the subject box for a chance to express your views on animal rights and vegetarianism.

On the show I will play songs by vegetarian bands (like Greenday and Good Charlotte), share veggie recipes, interview animal rights groups and discuss animal rights issues.

Food For Thought, Wednesdays 4:30pm on 1206AM (Waikato) or 106.7FM (Hamilton city) or online at Food For Thought Community Radio (everywhere!)

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