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Animal sanctuary in fight for survival as fundraiser launched to see it through winter

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An animal sanctuary has launched a desperate appeal for support to help them get through the winter.Harmony Fields Soul Sanctuary was established by Cathy Morrison and her partner Ronnie six years ago in the grounds of a holistic centre.A social enterprise offshoot of Glendrick Roost Animal Welfare Centre, the local charity set up by Cathy and her mum Mione 20 years ago, Harmony Fields aims to create a tranquil place where people can have easy access to the healing power of animals.Cathy said: “Not only are we here for anyone who feels drawn to spend time with our animals, but we also provide therapeutic group visits for people struggling with mental health or trauma and will be expanding on our relationships with charities and support organisations moving forward so that we can grow this invaluable side of our work and reach those who will benefit most from our unique sanctuary.”Sadly, after six years of establishing the sanctuary from the ground up, Cathy and her supporters were given notice to leave their rented land within six months due to unfortunate unforeseen circumstances on the estate.After much “blood, sweat and tears”, the operation has now moved lock, stock and barrel to a site at farmland near Buchlyvie.The timing of the move, however, means they now face a winter with no income until their activities restart in the spring at the earliest.Cathy said this week that having their new home is “such a relief”But she added: “We have 15 animals here at Harmony Fields, from our huge Clydesdale horses, Bruce and Lucky, to our sweet little old sheep Miss Bailey.

They all have a forever home with us, and are all rescued.“Unfortunately, we are now in a very precarious situation with no income possible until the spring,

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