The Lord Whisky Sanctuary Fund cares for horses, pigs, cats, dogs and other small animals and looks for responsible, loving homes. Any animal that cannot be rehomed is given permanent sanctuary. No animal is ever destroyed. Lord Whisky also runs veterinary clinics for people on low income and relies entirely on legacies and donations to continue our valuable work. The charity was named after a little Jack Russell who lived with Margaret and her family and was put to sleep at the grand old age of 22 years. Lord Whisky was a bit of a character and needed careful understanding and this led us to realise that a sanctuary was needed that could provide the time and expertise to cope with animals like Lord Whisky and hopefully turn them around for re-homing.