Buy a gift for Doris

Once our animals are safe & healthy our long term priority is enrichment of their lives. Doris lives with us and we love to buy her toys to keep her busy during the day! Why not buy her a present too?

Buy a gift

Buy a gift for Doris

Once our animals are safe & healthy our long term priority is enrichment of their lives. Doris lives with us and we love to buy her toys to keep her busy during the day! Why not buy her a present too?

Buy a gift

Fighting for individual animals

For the past 15 years we have been re-homing & rescuing true ‘Exotic/non-domestic’ animals for the Police, Government departments, RSPCA and other NGO’s. We are based near Heathrow in the UK, but cover Northern Ireland, UK mainland and Southern Ireland. As a non-profit, self funded voluntary organisation we work to ensure the welfare & assist in the re-homing of non-domesticated, non-native wild animals which have been abandoned, confiscated, surrendered to rescue centres or the authorities, or become surplus within Zoos, colleges or other educational institutions.

Latest stories

Camilla

Spectacled Caiman

Name: Camilla Common Name: Spectacled Caiman Latin Name: Caiman crocodilus About: Camilla is a Spectacled Caiman who was found dumped at the entrance to a zoo inside a duvet case. When we received the call to ask if we could take Camilla she was already 4’9″ and was missing approximately 8″ of tail which looked… Read more »

Cape Ground Squirrel

Cape Ground Squirrel

Name: Cape Ground Squirrel Common Name: Cape Ground Squirrel Latin Name: Xerus inauris About: A group of 9 Cape Ground Squirrel were seized by DEFRA while transiting through Heathrow. After Quarantine they were sucessfully re-homed to a UK zoo which have since established a second colony at another collection.

Madagascan Tree Boa

Madagascan Tree Boa

Name: Madagascan Tree Boa Common Name: Madagascar Tree Boa Latin Name: Sanzinia madagascariensis About: During autumn of 2007 we were contacted by a college in the UK who had a pair of Madagascar Tree Boa’s, each in excess of 1.2m. The Boas had arrived at the college years earlier after being seized by Dutch Customs… Read more »

The lighter side of animals

See the rest of this rare video of a platypus (a mammal!) hatching from an egg: http://bit.ly/1KtS009David Attenborough's Rise of Animals: Triumph of the Vertebrates premieres on May 13th.

Posted by Smithsonian Channel on Tuesday, 5 May 2015

We’d like to share with you a very special video which we’ve put together covering a day in the life of Anne, our Asian Elephant. Also featuring special guests, Costa, Coffee and Sugar her 3 goat companions.

Posted by Longleat Safari & Adventure Park on Wednesday, 6 May 2015