Hundreds of animals at a sanctuary are facing an uncertain future after staff say they have three months left to keep it open.
All Creatures Great and Small sanctuary is situated in nine acres of land on the outskirts of Cwmbran.
It is home to over 150 animals including horses, goats, pigs, chickens, rabbits, guinea pigs, dogs and cats.
It was opened in 1992 and operates a programme of rehabilitation and re-homing of injured, abused, unwanted and orphaned animals.
The annual running costs of the sanctuary amounts to around £250,000 - around £5,000 a week.
Because many of the animals have complex illnesses and behaviours, staff fear they will be unable to find them new homes.
Watch the report from Kathryn Tresilian below:
Many of the animals were bought as pets and given up when owners either became ill or were unable to cope with the responsibility.
Staff say the sanctuary gives the animals a second chance with many being eventually rehomed.
Fundraising events are now taking place to try and raise enough money needed to keep the sanctuary open.
Omar the ferret got himself a little tangled up when filming with Kathryn. This was the result...