Do you have any comments or questions about our work?
Would you like to find out about becoming a volunteer or other practical ways to
Please click here: email@example.com to email us
and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
CALL US ASAP ON THE NUMBER
BELOW IF YOUR MESSAGE NEEDS URGENT ACTION.
PLEASE DON'T SEND AN EMAIL OR A FACEBOOK MESSAGE AS NEITHER IS REGULARLY
Is your enquiry URGENT?
Need help or advice with a rescue?
Then please telephone
279469 or 07702 565598
Please leave a message and
your phone number if no one answers. We will get back to you as soon as possible!
IMPORTANT: Please ring us before you bring in an animal
- we really do need to know you are coming. As a small organisation we must ask you to abide by this courtesy. Thank you.
If you need assistance with an injured/orphan animal or bird, the quickest way to get help is
to call us and leave a message with your contact details. Sending a message to our Facebook page is not advised as it is
not regularly monitored.
Also please be aware we do not take in adult deer as we do not have
the holding or treatment facilities needed by these very highly strung and very strong animals. Please ring us and we will
advise of the nearest place to you where adult deer are accepted. We can and do take in baby deer, however.
CORONAVIRUS - IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Foxes will continue to take in wildlife casualties that need help. We are entering the orphan wildlife season and we cannot
ignore the needs of these creatures.
However, when you bring a casualty to us you will now be asked to bring it
in a secure cardboard box and leave it at the door. This should, as usual, be done by arrangement - in other words, please
ring us first so that we can expect you.
You will need to put on or in the box a piece of paper with your name
and a brief address, for your casualty’s record card. In the phone call you make to us before coming you will have explained
the circumstances of the rescue. However, please add your phone number to the details you leave so that we can ring you if
we have any additional queries.
If we have to collect the casualty from you we will ask you to put the casualty
at your door, again by arrangement so that the animal is not left at the door for more than a few minutes.
steps will avoid unnecessary face to face contact in this difficult situation we are currently experiencing. We are doing
this to protect you and to protect ourselves so that we can continue to look after the animals and birds that need us.
Thank you for your co-operation.