The animals are what make puffin croft so special. A happy animal is a friendly animal and Puffin croft has some real characters!
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Measles & Morag
While not for Adoption these two are stars in their own right on the farm and very much a part of what happens at puffin croft. While this photo was taken when Morag was just a kitten her destiny was always to be the mousekeeping Matriarch and there are now a family of cats at the croft. Measles is without doubt Miss Puffins Shadow. Happy and friendly with everyone she meets she is what makes the Farmhouse Home.
Jack is 9 years old and can be a bit cheeky! visitors often think he's Jenny's foal because he is much smaller than her.
Jenny is 14 years old and the biggest animal on the farm. Jack and her have had 4 foals over their life together but are now retired with Olive being her last. She is a gentle girl and an amazing mum.
Minature shetland ponies
Barney is a 15 year old stallion and brother to pepper. they are quite new to the farm and still getting used to all the visitors but he is friendly and curious.
Pepper is a 15 year old stallion and brother to Barney. His winter coat is black but in summer he turns pure white!
Bo - a pure white castrated anglo-nubian male who rules the goat herd and loves his carrots! Don't be nervous if he towers over you when you visit, he is a big gentle softie.
Fawn - half anglo-nubian and half pygmy goat, Bold and not afraid of a little mischief! She especially enjoys climbing!
Henry - A black and White castrated pygmy male. He loves head scratches and will stand there all day if you continue to scratch him. He bosses the other goats around being number 2 in the Herd.
Eli - a dark brown castrated pygmy male. A quiet friendly boy happy to be part of the gang and play with the others. Likes to spend time with haggis
Haggis - a Tan/ginger castrated pygmy male. friendly and curious. likes to spend time with Eli.
Willow - an Anglo-Nubian Cross and twin sister to Beans. She has one horn shorter than the other. When she was with her first owner she got her horn stuck in a fence. They cut her horn to free her not realising their is a blood vein that runs through goats horns. It must have been a very painful experience! Thankfully willow is fine and Happy!
Beans - An anglo-nubian cross she is the twin sister to Willow. Beans has a bent front hoof due to a weak tendon, she isnt in pain but it does make her walk funny sometimes. She is mother to 57.
57 - the cheekiest goat on the farm and the reason the fences have had to be raised as she loves nothing more than jumping out and holding visitors ransom for carrots! She also has impressive ears!
Cauliflower - Look at this cute face! Cauliflower is an anglo-nubian, bottle fed from one month old he really loves people and is very friendly standing still for as long as you give him a scratch. He doesnt have a bad bone in him!
Scape - The newest member of the goat herd. born on the 20th March 2020. He is an Anglo-Nubian - all black apart from a brown patch on his back leg! Cute and full of bounce!
Mr Bingley - a rather handsome fellow! A pot bellied boar with impressive tusks and beautiful eyes! he is the oldest pig on the farm and is on soft food only these days. He thinks he wants to be big and bad but if you can scratch him behind his ears he melts!
Dolly -a black kune-kune female. with her teeth, troll hair and wart - she's gorgeous! she will greet you with friendly grunts and stand there for ages if you give her a scratch.
Dotty - a black and beige spotted kune- kune female - also a bit of a looker with her small eyes and big teeth. Loves nothing more than a belly rub especially in the sunshine.
Rose - Black micro-pig. Happy little girl who loves her food and sleep more than anything else! she can be grumpy to Thistle but they get on like an old married couple and most of the time her tail is wagging. We are hopeful that rose and Thistle will be first time parents in the near future.
Thistle - Pink micro-Pig. So friendly with his small tusks that he likes to squeak together and half the time covered in dirt as he works on his excavation site. He does love a good scratch.
Pip - A mixed breed all black sheep that was bottle fed as an orphan lamb a few years back. Friendly and enjoys a bit of a fuss.
Buttercup - a mixed breed sheep. the first orphan lamb who came to the farm, she even lived in the farmhouse for a while. Confident and friendly. She had her first lamb last year and we hope there are more to come this spring!
The poppacups - this girl group trio are pure Southdown sheep. they have teddy bear faces and are pretty cute! They are more timid than the other sheep but when there are carrots around they are much more confident!
BINKY - a mixed breed Lop eared Rabbit who came from the sspca after being found as a stray in very bad shape with hair missing and broken toes.She is now a healthy, happy ball of buttercream!
Ginger - a neutered lion head male - the only boy in Rabbit town!! likes to dig! friendly and easy going.
Bunny Button Nose - a lion head rabbit born on the farm. He can be a bit shy but he certainly has a cheeky side and has escaped a few times, his mission? To visit the girls in rabbit town!
Mo - a belgian hare. bred to look like the wild hair with their big ears, back legs and sleek coat. they are actually rabbits though. Being slimmer and shorter coated than the other rabbits Mo spends the winters inside to keep warm.
Atilla the Bun - a grey and white half lop male -friendly and adventurous he is a big character for such a small rabbit.