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.
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
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
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