You can't miss Ponzo, with her distinct half toothy smile.
Meet some of the nearly 100 rescued animals at Liberation Sanctuary. Follow us on Instagram to meet more of our family.
Bottle fed for 3 months, the majestic Sambar deer Kang has called Liberation Sanctuary home since May 2016.
There's no mistaking Huffy Puffy, who continuously huffs and puffs and has done so all her life.
Lestat was found roosting in a suburban backyard and handed in to a council pound. With only a few days to live, a team of kind people organised his rescue.
Yowie was discovered partially blind and suffering from a painful eye infection that had been left untreated for months.
Originally from a livestock farm, Duchess had found herself in a loving home before coming to Liberation Sanctuary in March 2021.
Named "Split" because of the split in her right ear, this sweet senior has called Liberation Sanctuary home since 2016.
At a few days old, Bill was found at a dairy tied to a fence with blue twine, without shelter, wet and freezing cold.
Nigel is living his best life in his cockatoo mansion which he shares with fellow cockatoo Conan
Destined to be killed simply for being a male born into the dairy industry, Big Boy was rescued from slaughter.
Evie, a feral cat, was kindly trapped by a rescue group to be spayed, however was already pregnant with Gilly and 3 others.
Being a mix of black and white, a combination that doesn't sell well, Cimmaron was destined to be "culled"
‘Mama always said: life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.’ Well this Forrest certainly hit the piggy jackpot, not once, but twice!
At 9 years old, Mary was no longer profitable for her wool or her ability to lamb, and therefore fated to be sold off to the highest bidder and slaughtered for "Mutton". The local farmer did not want to slaughter Mary, so instead surrendered her to us.
Chrissy, the beautiful Bantam hen, came to live at Liberation Sanctuary a few years ago after a fox attack left her the sole survivor of the flock.
Tam is a Muscovy duck who was rescued by Animal Liberation Victoria in March 2015 with her 2 sisters and 2 geese after being dumped at the Elwood canal.
In the middle of winter, dairy calf Betty was found without shelter, huddled alone beside the transport truck ramp
Lucky for us, Santa doesn't need any more reindeer, so we get to enjoy the gift of Nova's love every day!
Woody came to Liberation Sanctuary after his previous home was no longer able to care for him.
Frank and Francesca were surrendered from an abattoir during a nationwide protest for animal rights.
Mabel is a partially blind cow who was severely neglected and close to death before her rescue.
Thelma and Louise were born in a farrowing crate, where their mother was confined and unable to nurture them.