Kenny came to Gunyah to live in 2016, after he was abandoned shortly after birth. By the time he was found he was drifting in and out of consciousness, and his body temperature was dangerously low. His body was starting to shut down.

The short 15 minute drive from the farm where Kenny was born to Gunyah seemed to take forever that day. I watched him lose consciousness more than once and by the time I got within a stone’s throw of the Sanctuary he looked like he had passed away.

Kenny was in critical care for some time after his rescue and it was touch and go as to whether he would be strong enough to pull through.

I will never forget seeing the dogs and cats snuggling up to him within minutes of his arrival, helping him to feel safe, warm and loved. Kenny certainly loved those cuddles and I’m sure they had a huge positive impact on his recovery.

Kenny now hangs out with paddock buddies Hamish, Mia, Doug and Leroy.