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Catch up with the Animals and Wildlife Rescue

Rachel the Kestrel has been with us just over a month. She arrived extremely weak, underweight and hypothermic. We're excited to share that Rachel is now ready to be moved out of the Wildlife hospital and into one of our outside aviaries, where she will have more space to build up her strength strength. This is an essential part of her rehabilitation.

Please consider supporting our work with a donation and help us to continue being able to birds like Rachel.πŸ™
www.petsamaritans.co.uk/donate/

Or become a Wildlife Angel Member from just Β£4 a month.
www.petsamaritans.co.uk/donations/become-a-wildlife-angel/
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Fantastic news & lovely to see Rachel looking so well, thank you everyone for supporting her & bringing her back to health. I have just donated but will donate again soon. xx❀️❀️❀️

Wonderful to see her getting better 🩷

Beautiful

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Rascal has been moved into the small aviary in the Wildlife Hospital and eating well by himself. He just needs time now for his wing to strengthen up.

Rachel the Kestrel, is putting in lots of weight and her bruising is clearing up.

Valentino the Sparrow Hawk sadly didn't make it. His wounds were just too much.

Lucky, Tony, Percy and baby Percy the pigeons are all healing well.

We'll post more photos later.πŸ’™πŸ’›πŸ§‘

You can support us by becoming a Wildlife Angel. Find out more about our membership on our website. www.petsamaritans.co.uk/donations/become-a-wildlife-angel/
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Rascal has been moved into the small aviary in the Wildlife Hospital and eating well by himself. He just needs time now for his wing to strengthen up.

Rachel the Kestrel, is putting in lots of weight and her bruising is clearing up. 

Valentino the Sparrow Hawk sadly didnt make it. His wounds were just too much. 

Lucky, Tony, Percy and baby Percy the pigeons are all healing well.

Well post more photos later.πŸ’™πŸ’›πŸ§‘

You can support us by becoming a Wildlife Angel. Find out more about our membership on our website. https://www.petsamaritans.co.uk/donations/become-a-wildlife-angel/

4 CommentsComment on Facebook

You are both amazing. Sorry to hear about poor Valentino, but thanks to you (+ whoever brought him in) he was given a chance & his last few hours would have been calm, warm, comfortable & well fed, unlike if he'd just been left where he was. Much love & see you soon, xx

Thank you for updating us & glad Rachel is doing well & sorry to hear Valentino didn't make it but you tried your best. Have you any news on who shot himπŸ€”

Thank you for all you do ❀️

Sorry about Valentino but you do such fantastic job s and it's great these animals have you h X❀️

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We hope you'll agree that the maternity unit is looking amazing! Penny is currently using one side with her beautiful kittens, and Mary is settling in the other side to give birth to her kittens when she's ready. A huge thank you to Rob, the electrician, for putting in new sockets so we can plug in heated pads and for fitting new lights at the weekend.

We couldn't do what we do without you. Thank you to everyone who helps us with their time, donations and support.πŸ§‘πŸ’›πŸ’™

www.petsamaritans.co.uk

If you would like to donate, you can follow the link below to our website.
www.petsamaritans.co.uk/donate/

Penny's fundraiserβ¬‡οΈπŸˆβ¬‡οΈ
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We hope youll agree that the maternity unit is looking amazing! Penny is currently using one side with her beautiful kittens, and Mary is settling in the other side to give birth to her kittens when shes ready. A huge thank you to Rob, the electrician, for putting in new sockets so we can plug in heated pads and for fitting new lights at the weekend.

We couldnt do what we do without you. Thank you to everyone who helps us with their time, donations and support.πŸ§‘πŸ’›πŸ’™

www.petsamaritans.co.uk

If you would like to donate, you can follow the link below to our website.
https://www.petsamaritans.co.uk/donate/

Pennys fundraiserβ¬‡οΈπŸˆβ¬‡οΈ
https://gofund.me/826d6f00

Marys fundraiser β¬‡οΈπŸˆβ€β¬›β¬‡οΈ
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8 CommentsComment on Facebook

Amazing x

You guys are amazing 😻

Fantastic work, well done to Rob, Farmer John & Jo for all the hours you have put into it, would be good if you have any before pictures with the roof hole so everyone can appreciate the difference! Much love (especially to Penny, Mary & the two little fun barrels aka the kittens) xx

It’s looking amazing now. Well done! 😻 xx

Hello just to ask how Rachel is doing & to say I've given a donation towards the costs of your rescue animals including Rachel the kestrel. Thank you πŸ‘β€οΈπŸ’™

Looks beautiful

Looks lovely Jo and Kate , xxxxx

Looks purrfect h x😁❀️

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Smokey the rabbit making home improvements this morning. We obviously didn't do it right!πŸ˜‰

1yr old Smokey and her neutered friend are still looking for their forever family. They are both fully vaccinated and are looking for a home where they will have lots of space.πŸ’™πŸ§‘πŸ’›

For adoption enquiries, please call us on 01246 455777 or 07872 421878.

#rabbits #petsamaritans #petadoptions #adoptdontshop #smokeytherabbit #rabbitsneedspace #rabbitsneedcompany
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Smokey and Patch.πŸ’›πŸ§‘πŸ’™ www.instagram.com/p/C17Me5vsfos/?igsh=OGR3MngyenFtajN4

It's impossible to get the Bun Shui right. We're only human.

That's nesting behaviour ...is she neutered too? Spring fever has set in now I think. 😫

Ha ha...she is making herself a comfy bed!

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The radiator in the cat maternity unit has finally given up. It's been with us at least 15 years, and we were its second home, so it hasn't done bad.
We desperately need heating ready for the new mums and their babies.πŸˆπŸˆβ€β¬›πŸˆπŸˆβ€β¬›
Can you help?
We'll also need someone qualified to fit it.πŸ™

If you would like to contribute towards our new maternity unit radiator, donations can be made securely through our website or pop in to see us.
www.petsamaritans.co.uk/donate/

This is the radiator we need.
www.screwfix.com/p/flomasta-type-21-double-panel-plus-single-convector-radiator-600mm-x-1200mm-wh...

Thank you so much for your continued support.πŸ’›πŸ§‘πŸ’™
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The radiator in the cat maternity unit has finally given up. Its been with us at least 15 years, and we were its second home, so it hasnt done bad.
We desperately need heating ready for the new mums and their babies.πŸˆπŸˆβ€β¬›πŸˆπŸˆβ€β¬›
Can you help? 
Well also need someone qualified to fit it.πŸ™

If you would like to contribute towards our new maternity unit radiator, donations can be made securely through our website or pop in to see us.
https://www.petsamaritans.co.uk/donate/

This is the radiator we need.
https://www.screwfix.com/p/flomasta-type-21-double-panel-plus-single-convector-radiator-600mm-x-1200mm-white-5472btu/492xp

Thank you so much for your continued support.πŸ’›πŸ§‘πŸ’™

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I know someone who will fit it πŸ‘

If for any reason the above person can't fit in then give Gary at Sabre Heating Limited a call, they'll fit it free of charge one day in the week.

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Late yesterday, on Valentines Day, we had a call regarding an unwell bird of prey near the Royal Hallamshire Hospital in Sheffield. Its finders were very brave and managed to get it boxed up and brought over to us. The bird, which has named Valentino, is a Sparrow Hawk who appears to have been shot with an air riffle. The shot caused injury to the wing, which meant he couldn't fly to feed himself or take shelter, and infection has set in. Valentino was hyperthermic, but luckily, due the quick action of his finders is now with us and is feeling a little stronger today already after feeding well through the night with the help of our team.
South Yorkshire Police have been informed of the incident. The penalty for intentionally killing or harming a sparrow hawk is an unlimited fine and/or up to six months in jail. We are waiting for the Wildlife officers to get back to us.
If you have any information regarding shooting in the surrounding area, please do get in touch.

Looking after birds of prey uses up a huge amount of sanctuary resources. If you would like to help, please consider a donation www.petsamaritans.co.uk/donate/ or join our Wildlife Angel Membership from just Β£4 a month www.petsamaritans.co.uk/donations/become-a-wildlife-angel/

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#wildlifehospital
#wildliferescue
#supportyourlocalwildlifehospital
#sparrowhawk
#shotsparrowhawk
#charlesclifforddentalhospital
#royalhallamshirehospital
#southyorkshirepolice
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Late yesterday, on Valentines Day, we had a call regarding an unwell bird of prey near the Royal Hallamshire Hospital in Sheffield. Its finders were very brave and managed to get it boxed up and brought over to us. The bird, which has named Valentino, is a Sparrow Hawk who appears to have been shot with an air riffle. The shot caused injury to the wing, which meant he couldnt fly to feed himself or take shelter, and infection has set in. Valentino was hyperthermic, but luckily, due the quick action of his finders is now with us and is feeling a little stronger today already after feeding well through the night with the help of our team.
South Yorkshire Police have been informed of the incident. The penalty for intentionally killing or harming a sparrow hawk is an unlimited fine and/or up to six months in jail. We are waiting for the Wildlife officers to get back to us. 
If you have any information regarding shooting in the surrounding area, please do get in touch.

Looking after birds of prey uses up a huge amount of sanctuary resources. If you would like to help, please consider a donation  https://www.petsamaritans.co.uk/donate/ or join our Wildlife Angel Membership from just Β£4 a month https://www.petsamaritans.co.uk/donations/become-a-wildlife-angel/

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#wildlifehospital 
#wildliferescue
#supportyourlocalwildlifehospital
#sparrowhawk
#shotsparrowhawk
#charlesclifforddentalhospital
#royalhallamshirehospital
#southyorkshirepolice

8 CommentsComment on Facebook

It's time air rifles were illegal

Lots of cameras around that area hope the culprit is found and given a harsh sentence. Thank you for helping him

At least he's in right place now h x❀️

Poor thing. It's such a built up area around there so quite scary to think of nutters around with shotguns!

Hoping Valentina makes a good recovery πŸ‘πŸ™

Hope you have more luck then us when ever we have reported x

Gosh this is so sad

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Abandoned on the roadside.πŸ₯Ί
These two gorgeous Silkie Cockerels are looking for a new home. They were found in a taped-up box on a roadside in the Worksop area and are currently being cared for by their rescuers. It doesn't bear thinking how long they had been there or what their fate could have been had they not been found.

If you can offer one of these boys a home (or maybe both!), please give us a call.πŸ’™πŸ’›πŸ§‘

☎️ 01246 455777 or 07872 421878

Please share.πŸ™

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Abandoned on the roadside.πŸ₯Ί
These two gorgeous Silkie Cockerels are looking for a new home. They were found in a taped-up box on a roadside in the Worksop area and are currently being cared for by their rescuers. It doesnt bear thinking how long they had been there or what their fate could have been had they not been found.

If you can offer one of these boys a home (or maybe both!), please give us a call.πŸ’™πŸ’›πŸ§‘

☎️ 01246 455777 or 07872 421878 

Please share.πŸ™

www.petsamaritans.co.uk

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These boys are still looking for a home.πŸ§‘πŸ’›πŸ’™

I could home them, Whitwell area

Jane Webb

Callum Dimaio

Susan Sheldon xx

Mark Poole

Natalie Burkinshaw

Harriet Rose

Sue Nicholls

Kelly Scott

Try my pets palace. laura has these sort of chickens she Derbyshire

Abi Wagstaff Elliott

Nuala Marcelin-Horne

Gary Turner

Chelsea Wingfield

Sophie Crampton xx

Nigel Lawes x

Kelly Scott

Rachel Plant ....

Can't understand the mentality of some people. Surely the likes of you would have taken them with our putting them through such traumaπŸ˜ͺ

Ruth Flips ?

Ross Edward

They are beautiful but need homes not close to others. They start to crow at dawn and would wake neighbours. I raised Pheasants and partridges and boy, are they noisy. I had to re-home the partridges to a lady who had large grounds and no neighbours. Any cock birds which crow are very noisy, including cockerels .

Jan Muse xx

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Pet Samaritans & Wildlife Angels
2024 Opening times!

WILDLIFE ADMISSIONS:
πŸ’™ 7 days a week.
πŸ’›10am - 12pm
🧑4.15pm - 5.30pm
Please note ALL birds must have an appointment before arriving due to the risks associated with Avian Flu.

For PET ADOPTIONS, please give us a call or alternatively pop into see us during our opening times to talk to a member of the team.

DONATIONS can be dropped off in person during opening hours or they can be left in the DONATION STATION, located in our car park. Please take note of the sign explaining which items we can and can't accept.

Thank you for your support.

Pet Samaritans and Wildlife Angels
Broomhill Mews
Broomhill Road
Old Whittington
Chesterfield
Derbyshire
S41 9EA

what3words: herbs.spicy.smiled
(this will bring you into the car park)

www.petsamaritans.co.uk
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Pet Samaritans & Wildlife Angels 
2024 Opening times!

WILDLIFE ADMISSIONS: 
πŸ’™ 7 days a week. 
πŸ’›10am - 12pm
🧑4.15pm - 5.30pm
Please note ALL birds must have an appointment before arriving due to the risks associated with Avian Flu.

For PET ADOPTIONS, please give us a call or alternatively pop into see us during our opening times to talk to a member of the team.

DONATIONS can be dropped off in person during opening hours or they can be left in the DONATION STATION, located in our car park. Please take note of the sign explaining which items we can and cant accept.

Thank you for your support.

Pet Samaritans and Wildlife Angels 
Broomhill Mews
Broomhill Road 
Old Whittington 
Chesterfield 
Derbyshire 
S41 9EA 

what3words: herbs.spicy.smiled
(this will bring you into the car park)

www.petsamaritans.co.uk
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