Number of Animals Rescued

Number of Animals Rescued

We have been around for over a decade now and we have steadily grown year on year, being able to care for more varieties and numbers of animals. The following graphs are from our records. The first shows the total number of animals we rescue each year, this is on average around 800 each year,…

Swan Release
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Swan Release

Released after rest, relaxation and a thorough examination and worming. This young juvenile found in a busy urban area near main roads was taken in by us last week, now they are with a group of young swans to find a mate.

Buzzard
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Buzzard

We are receiving an increasing number of calls to help grounded birds of prey, this year we have admitted many times more than any time in our history. Whilst some are admitted due to illnesses or injuries, many at this time arrive due to starvation. We believe the very hot dry summer has caused a…

Pigeon Rescue
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Pigeon Rescue

We admit all kinds of birds for treatment and rehabilitation into our hospital, we don’t discriminate, even pigeons which we love. Pigeons are very underestimated, they are so resilient, born survivors. This chap had been attacked by a bird of prey, he has several injuries to his body as well as a ruptured crop, so…

R.I.P Harry
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R.I.P Harry

It’s certainly been an emotionally challenging week for us all, after losing Boris late Saturday night, we have now had to say goodnight to Harry yesterday. Harry came to us from Little Pigs at Home Animal Sanctuary, he is a commercial pig who had been abandoned by a farmer who’d moved on leaving Harry to…

R.I.P. Boris

R.I.P. Boris

We are truly devastated beyond words, there have been many tears shed as last night our amazing blind bull Boris passed away. The sanctuary will never be the same without our truly amazing gentle giant, who adored human contact and interaction and was an inspiration to us all. Boris Bull was 14, an amazing age…

Oliver
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Oliver

It’s been a full on day today at the rescue and it was ‘C’ day for our little boy Ollie. Our lovely @the.stray.vet who is leaving us to go travelling (no, we can’t believe it either!!!) carried out the procedure and we’re glad to say little Ollie is already up and on his feet rummaging…