- 2 years 11 months
By sponsoring a pet, you’ll be helping real unwanted and abandoned animals to find loving homes. Why not give a gift that will change a life?Please sponsor Daffodil
Celebrate a Birthday, Christmas or special occasion with a Blue Cross pet sponsorship. The purrrfect present for animal lovers.Please sponsor Daffodil as a gift
Hello, I am a beautiful pony called Daffodil. I am looking for a home as a non-ridden companion.
I have not always had a nice life but the team have done a great job; my confidence and handling is improving all the time. As you can see from my photos I have been doing some novel object training!
I need a home with someone who can continue to care for me and help me to gain confidence. I would ideally like an experienced handler who is experienced with nervous horses like me and ideally knows how to clicker train.
I like to be the boss in the field so would benefit form a companion who lets me take the lead.
Do you think you can assist with my rehabilitation and offer me a loving home?
If you are interested in rehoming Daffodil or any other Blue Cross horse/pony, then please click on the “Rehome me” link. The Blue Cross holds up to 100 horses and ponies at any one time. Even if Daffodil is not available please be assured we are still actively trying to find you a suitable match for your needs and we will be in contact as soon as we do.
Choose a pet you'd like to sponsor and a monthly amount
Receive a certificate and monthly email updates from your pet
Once your pet has been rehomed you can choose another pet to help
Does your loved one have room in their heart, but not in their home, for a pet of their own? Blue Cross sponsorship is the perfect present for animal lovers.
Sponsor a pet as a gift for your loved one from as little as 70p a week, and they will receive monthly updates from real homeless pets in our care who are just waiting to meet their new families. Your chosen friend or family member will also receive a downloadable certificate from each of the dogs, cats, small pets and horses they’ve helped to find loving new homes.