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Rabbits, Rabbits, Rabbits

16 Mar 2019

Rabbits, rabbit, rabbits!!!!! The situation with unwanted rabbits isn’t getting any better, this week we have had separate calls to take in 26, yes 26 in a week! Of these, we have managed to take 10 in today, sadly we don’t have room for the other 16. While some of these have been well looked […]

Ewe Rescued

24 Jan 2019

This lovely young Ewe (to the RHS on the first pic) has just come to us as a stray. She was found on public land miles from any farm or other sheep, with no ear tag we are unable to locate her owner. She’s very nervous, not surprising considering her ordeal, being all alone. She […]

Meet Mr Piggie

19 Jan 2019

Meet Weebo, he has recently come in to the sanctuary. His story is one we hear far too often, a person who bought a so called “micro pig” which has now grown too large. Weebo is only 10 months old, he’s actually small for a pig, he has a few more years of growing to […]

Abandoned Bunnies Rescued

18 Jan 2019

This week we have taken in another pair of abandoned rabbits. This beautiful and very friend pair of girls were found dumped in a layby next to a busy road. Fly tipped, thrown away as if life doesn’t matter. Domestic rabbits would not stand a chance in the wild, if not taken by a fox, […]

Four Foxes Released

06 Oct 2018

You may remember that back in May we rescued 4 fox cubs. They had been found cuddling their dead mother. Had they not been found, they would have certainly perished. The great news it that these four siblings have been successfully hand reared by us and are now wild, living in the countryside enjoying life. […]

Rescued Goose

08 Aug 2018

On Sunday we were called to see if we could rescue a poor Canadian Goose at the Riverside Festival, he had collapsed amongst the crowds of people. We soon caught him and put him into a goose bag to safely transport him back to our wildlife hospital, then just as we were leaving, the Festival […]

Seagull Rehab

28 Jul 2018

Based as far away from the sea as we possibly can be it isn’t that often we get in gulls. However they are well known scavengers at tips and do come inland to see what human food they can scrounge. This cocky young gull came in last week and is eating all on his own. […]

Little Owl

29 Jun 2018

This little fella came in with a broken shoulder and broken leg. We took time looking at radiographs and discussing his recovery and surgery/pinning of bones. He underwent surgery and has now had his splints and bandages off, his muscles seem to be building back up every day and he will soon go into an […]

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