Kays Hill Animal Sanctuary is a not for profit organisation which provides shelter for a wide variety animals from equine to rodents, birds to wild life and many in between. Our current residents include alpaca, peacock, foxes, and many other fascinating and intriguing animals.
The animals in our care vary from unwanted pets searching for that special someone to give them the home that they deserve, to local wild life rescued by the sanctuary. Whether the animals stay as permanent or temporary residents our volunteers are dedicated to providing a safe and welcoming environment for all our animals.
Friends of Kays Hill is now our registered charity name. Kays Hill is an independent sanctuary but we are always willing to help others. Please enjoy your journey through our website, and if you have any questions or inquiries don’t hesitate to contact us and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

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Some of the everyday sights around the farm.

Most of these pictures are snapped by the staff as they go about their daily tasks.
"Another day in Paradise !"
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Friends of Kays Hill

Friends of Kays Hill Animal Sanctuary Registered Charity Number: 1153233 Not for profit organisation number: 06946897 Patron: Dr David Bellamy OBE Friends of Kay’s Hill Animal Sanctuary committee consists of: Chair person – Kathryn Stephenson Secretary – Leanne Wensley Treasurer – Keith Stephenson


          2016 Update September 2016: The roof is now on the Kennel Block !               Funds raised to build raccoon pens. More raccoons arriving due to recent legislation and our

My Story

Each of the animals at Kays Hill has it’s own story. It’s own history, and a reason for now being cared for by the staff at Kays Hill Animal Sanctuary. Here are their stories :

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