With wildlife increasingly under threat from habitat loss, we are contacted almost daily to help rescue wild animals
that have become trapped or injured. Hedgehogs, foxes, swans, ducks and many other species all need time to recover from their ordeal before they can be released back into the wild.
For some who are too badly injured, life in a sanctuary can be the best option and we work closely with other wildlife organisations to give these animals the z life possible.
The recovery and rehabilitation of wild animals can be even more intensive than for pets,
with babies often requiring 24-hour care, so we regularly need fosterers who are willing to help care for wild animals while they recover.
Please get in touch if you think you could help with our wildlife rescue programme - and if you don't feel you can
commit to fostering, we always need help with the cost of feed, housing and veterinary care..
Take a look at our gallery below to see some of the beautiful wild animals that we have rescued, rehabilitated and returned to the most natural life possible.