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Poppy, Lucy and Lady has a trip to Staveley Vets this week for vaccinations and health checks. This was actually Lady's third attempt to start vaccinations as at the previous appointments there was question mark if she might be pregnant. Lady was putting weight on at an astronomical rate. The conclusion is that Lady just likes her food!
Unfortunately, Lucy's health check revealed one of our worst nightmares.....BAD TEETH! Lucy needs some extreme dental treatment, possibly resulting in removing most of her teeth. The worst case scenario quote is £579.88. Poor Lucy's elderly owner passed away not so long ago and she was left in the house while it was being emptied around her. She's such a gentle soul. Lucy is believed to only be around 5yrs and it's unusual to have such bad teeth at this age.πŸ’™πŸ’›πŸ§‘

WE NEED YOUR HELP!πŸ™
Cases like Lucy's put a huge financial strain on the sanctuary.
Can you spare a few £'s towards Lucy's care? Donations can be made securely through the link below. Add reference: Lucy's Dental treatment in the comments box so we know your donation is towards her care.⬇️⬇️⬇️
www.petsamaritans.co.uk/donate/
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Poppy, Lucy and Lady has a trip to Staveley Vets this week for vaccinations and health checks. This was actually Ladys third attempt to start vaccinations as at the previous appointments there was question mark if she might be pregnant. Lady was putting weight on at an astronomical rate. The conclusion is that Lady just likes her food!
Unfortunately, Lucys health check revealed one of our worst nightmares.....BAD TEETH! Lucy needs some extreme dental treatment, possibly resulting in removing most of her teeth. The worst case scenario quote is  Β£579.88. Poor Lucys elderly owner passed away not so long ago and she was left in the house while it was being emptied around her. Shes such a gentle soul. Lucy is believed to only be around 5yrs and its unusual to have such bad teeth at this age.πŸ’™πŸ’›πŸ§‘

WE NEED YOUR HELP!πŸ™
Cases like Lucys put a huge financial strain on the sanctuary.
Can you spare a few Β£s towards Lucys care? Donations can be made securely through the link below. Add reference: Lucys Dental treatment in the comments box so we know your donation is towards her care.⬇️⬇️⬇️
https://www.petsamaritans.co.uk/donate/

Shiver with his two new friends, Stanley who had got stuck alone near some steps in Sheffield and Andy from North Yorkshire whose rescuer witnessed his mum and siblings being run over by a large truck. The gentleman tried to get the truck to stop but was ignored with unforgivable fatal consequences for the mother and the rest of her brood.

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Aww praying the little ones will survive and grow big and strong. X

Alex Widdowson

Ah how sweet they are xx

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Eddie (renamed Odi) has found his new family and we're so very excited for him. We can't wait to receive updates!πŸ’›πŸ’™πŸ§‘

If you are considering adopting a cat then give us a call. 01246 455777 or 07872 421878.

www.petsamaritans.co.uk/pet-adoptions/
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Eddie (renamed Odi) has found his new family and were so very excited for him. We cant wait to receive updates!πŸ’›πŸ’™πŸ§‘

If you are considering adopting a cat then give us a call. 01246 455777 or 07872 421878.

https://www.petsamaritans.co.uk/pet-adoptions/

The Wildlife Hospital is getting busier by the day....

Please note: We are regrettably unable to update on each individual animal brought to us due to the high numbers needing our services. Rest assured though that we will do our upmost to help every single animal that is brought to us and give them the best care possible.πŸ§‘πŸ’™πŸ’›

πŸ“Έ A small selection of birds that have arrived in the hospital over the last couple of days.

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The Wildlife Hospital is getting busier by the day....

Please note: We are regrettably unable to update on each individual animal brought to us due to the high numbers needing our services. Rest assured though that we will do our upmost to help every single animal that is brought to us and give them the best care possible.πŸ§‘πŸ’™πŸ’›

πŸ“Έ A small selection of birds that have arrived in the hospital over the last couple of days.

https://www.petsamaritans.co.uk/donate/

Duckling season has started and calls are coming in thick and fast for our services.
Ducklings can get separted from their family group for a variety of reasons. They need their mum to survive though, not only to keep them warm, sheltered and fed but also to protect them. Ducks are extremely territorial (especially mallards) and will not accept any outsiders nearby. This includes ducklings that are not their own. Adult ducks will become extremely aggressive if an outsiders gets too close with fatal results for any duckling that has strayed.

Below are some of the ducklings in our care. They will form a new family group at the Sanctuary and be released together.πŸ’›πŸ’™πŸ§‘

1. Ducky from Sheffield
2. Shiver from Sheffield
3. Puddle Duck from Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS FT & Royal Primary Care
4. Matilda from Matlock

PLEASE SUPPORT US. Wildlife season is in full swing and uses a huge amount of resources.

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Duckling season has started and calls are coming in thick and fast for our services. 
Ducklings can get separted from their family group for a variety of reasons. They need their mum to survive though, not only to keep them warm, sheltered and fed but also to protect them. Ducks are extremely territorial (especially mallards) and will not accept any outsiders nearby. This includes ducklings that are not their own. Adult ducks will become extremely aggressive if an outsiders gets too close with fatal results for any duckling that has strayed.

Below are some of the ducklings in our care. They will form a new family group at the Sanctuary and be released together.πŸ’›πŸ’™πŸ§‘

1. Ducky from Sheffield 
2. Shiver from Sheffield 
3. Puddle Duck from Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS FT & Royal Primary Care 
4. Matilda from Matlock

PLEASE SUPPORT US. Wildlife season is in full swing and uses a huge amount of resources. 

https://www.petsamaritans.co.uk/donation-wall/

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Helen Jewell puddle duck I hope he's ours πŸ₯° x

Danette Bradder

Jade Atkinson!!

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We are shamelessly asking our supporters to vote for us!πŸ™
Providing the services we do takes a huge amount of resources and having the support from a local venue such as the Olde House would be amazing.
Make sure to vote on the original post to make your votes count.πŸ§‘πŸ’›πŸ’™
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We are shamelessly asking our supporters to vote for us!πŸ™ 
Providing the services we do takes a huge amount of resources and having the support from a local venue such as the Olde House would be amazing. 
Make sure to vote on the original post to make your votes count.πŸ§‘πŸ’›πŸ’™
https://www.facebook.com/2178508215700026/posts/3075664379317734/?sfnsn=scwspmo

The power of social media has worked its magic!
Bertie, who's actual name is Ed has gone home today after being missing for a very long time. The family are so incredibly happy to have their boy back and Ed was excited to see his family too. Can you see the smile on his face?

Ed is booked to see the owners vet this evening who will liase with our vets, Staveley Vets regarding the treatment he has already had and make a plan of action going forward. The antibiotics seems to be working working as the swellings are going down and Ed is feeling much more spritely.

A big thank you to everyone that sent your positive energy our way. We love a happy ending.πŸ’™πŸ’›πŸ§‘
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The power of social media has worked its magic!
Bertie, whos actual name is Ed has gone home today after being missing for a very long time. The family are so incredibly happy to have their boy back and Ed was excited to see his family too. Can you see the smile on his face?

Ed is booked to see the owners vet this evening who will liase with our vets, Staveley Vets regarding the treatment he has already had and make a plan of action going forward. The antibiotics seems to be working working as the swellings are going down and Ed is feeling much more spritely.

A big thank you to everyone that sent your positive energy our way. We love a happy ending.πŸ’™πŸ’›πŸ§‘

Comment on Facebook

So happy for Ed and his family ❀️

Fantastic news so happy for him x

Joan worked her magic

Absolutely beautiful ❀️ wot a lovely ending xx

Fabulous, how long was he missing ?

Awww what a sweet ending. Can't imagine how made up they are to get their boy back!

Oh that's great news

I love a happy ending

Such heartwarming end x

Brilliant news xx

thats amazing, a real miracle. Thankyou for helping him πŸ’ž

Wow that’s just amazing 😻

That’s fantastic!! πŸ’•

Hope he’s going to be neutered asap but kept indoors for now. 🀞 Glad he’s responding to treatment well. ❀️

Morten πŸ₯°

Amazing so happy for Ed and his family ❀️

You guys are amazing!

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