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Another hen rescue

11 Oct 2009

We have waited a long time to do another hen rescue but this weekend we have secured a retirement for 80 ex bats. have now collected the ladies and hope to get them into their new homes as soon as possible.  We will be ringing people that are currently on our waiting list for hens.

Street Collection 11th Oct 09

09 Oct 2009

This Sunday Nottingham Animal Rights will kindly be doing a street collection on behalf of Brinsley Animal Rescue in Nottingham city centre.  If you are able to spare some time or cash then please lend your support and find our supporters in St Petersgate.

We rehome our first pig!

06 Oct 2009

We get quite frustrated by the usual phone calls about pet pigs, but for once we received a call with a difference. Far too often we get calls from people who have bought piglets from a breeder, then several months later the pig is too large and destructive and they don’t want them any more and […]

The boys are rehomed

19 Sep 2009

Archie, Benji, Charlie and Dillon were all rescued at one week old, the waste by product of the dairy industry. We took them in and hand reared them, finally they have gone to a great new home in West Yorkshire.

brinsleyanimalrescue.org relaunch

10 Sep 2009

The site has been down the last couple of days due to hosting problems, so we have taken this opportunity to release the new theme.

Swan Rescue

23 Aug 2009

This beautiful swan came to us from Shipley County Park. It had a fishing hook lodged into its body. Following a trip to the vets to have the hook removed, it is now recuperating in a pen on antibiotics and painkillers.

Hand Rearing Squirrels

23 Aug 2009

On 20 August we had three very young squirrels delivered to us, these were found by a member of the public that had disturbed them whilst cleaning a chimney. Unfortunately the mother left her three babies and was too frightened to return. We are now hand rearing all three, this is very time consuming, feeding […]

Baby Collared Dove

23 Aug 2009

This little chap was brought in by a cat. We are hand rearing him now until he can fend for himself, he will then be released.