UK Rescue Centres & Animal Hospitals

We are delighted to be supporting and working together with many of the UK's wildlife rescuers, animal hospitals and rehabilitaion centres.  

Please click on any of the logos below, to go straight to the organisation's website, where you will find further information about the animals they look after and the work they do. 

British Divers Marine Life Rescue is a voluntary network of trained marine mammal medics who respond to call outs from the general public, HM Coastguard, Police, RSPCA and SSPCA and are the only marine animal rescue organisation operating across England, Wales and Scotland.  Operated entirely by volunteers, their rescue teams are on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.  Website

Cuan Wildlife Rescue is dedicated to the care and rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned wild animals and birds.  They are the only wildlife rescue centre in Shropshire to offer a round-the-clock service.  Started in 1990, the charity has grown steadily over the years and now admits and treats around 2,000 wildlife casualties a year.   Website

The Fox Project is a registered charity dedicated to the Red Fox.  They provide a wildlife ambulance service and wildlife hospital to help injured red foxes in the South East of England.  The charity admits and treats around 700 foxes per year, including 250 cubs.  The charity has received awards from the RSPCA, International Fund for Animal Welfare, media and TV and is honoured to have Chris Packham as its Patron.   Website

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Freshfields Animal Rescue was founded almost 40 years ago on a moral philosophy, which values the lives of all animals equally.  Their core purpose is the rescue, rehabilitation, re-homing or release of abused, abandoned and unwanted animals.  Their Wildlife Unit and ‘Fox Man’ projects rescue hundreds of hedgehogs, wild birds and foxes every year.  They provide outreach and advice to the local community on how to support wildlife conservation, in their own gardens and beyond.  Website

 

 

Harper Asprey Wildlife Rescue cares for and rehabilitates sick and injured wildlife casualties and orphans.  They help to preserve wildlife in its natural environment.  Through talks and media they encourage children and adults to care for their environment and reduce the use of pesticides.  They are available 24/7, 365 days a year to help where they can; whether that be taking in wild animals, rescuing wildlife from a range of situations or just giving advice on wildlife issues.   Website

Hillswick Wildlife Sanctuary is celebrating its 30th anniversary as the only wildlife sanctuary in the Shetland Islands and the only hope for the islands' nationally important populations of seals and otters when they are orphaned, sick or injured.  They also coordinate a network of volunteers who help whales and dolphins when they strand on the Islands' 1,700 miles of beautiful coastline.  Every marine mammal they rescue and rehabilitate is released back to the wild where it belongs.  Website

Hodmedods Hedgehog Support is a small not-for-profit organisation aiming to raise awareness of the plight of Norfolk hedgehogs and to raise funds to help those who rescue or care for hedgehogs to continue with their great work.  As well as supporting numerous rescue centres they are also trying to raise £5000 to build a dedicated hedgehog hospital at Hallswood Animal Sanctuary - Hallswood Hogspital.   Website

International Otter Survival Fund Is dedicated to the conservation, protection and care of otters.  Because the otter lives, feeds and plays on land and in the water and is at the peak of the food chain, it is an ambassador species to a first class environment. IOSF was set up to protect and help the 13 species of otter worldwide through a combination of compassion and science.  They support many projects to protect otters, which will also ensure a healthy environment for all species, not just otters.   Website

The Owls Trust - is based at Bodafon Farm Park in Llandudno, North Wales.  The Trust rescues injured owls and provides round the clock care and rehabilitation, whilst supporting projects worldwide to save endangered owls and their habitats..  The Trust also provides education talks to schools and clubs.    Website

Wetnose Animal Aid -  Their mission is to raise as much money as possible for animal Rescue Centres in the UK, similar to Red Nose Day but for animals.  Although only a small organisation, they have big ideas, Wetnose Animal Aid holds a National event every Sept - 'Wetnose Day'.  Website

 

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