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Clive (aka Pudding) is looking for a new home.
Clive is approximately 8 years old, is neutered and litter trained. He would be ideally suited to a home were he could spend lots of time outdoors. A small holding, equestrian property or farm would be perfect. He's independent and likes his own space.πŸ§‘πŸ’™πŸ’›

If you would like more information about Clive to see if you might be a good match then give us a call.
Our phone lines are open 9am until 5pm 7days a week. 01246 455777 or 07872 421878.

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Rebecca Lawrence a mouse hunter for you 😍

Mandy Godbold I could have him on my allotment .. xx

I love the name ❀️

Gorgeous

Becca Oseman

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Gorgeous Gloria the Ferret.πŸ’›πŸ§‘πŸ’™
Gloria arrived at the centre on full guard, extemely underweight and with a lot of injuries. But Gloria has healed well, put weight on and finally settled. It's now time to find Gloria a new family. She loves a cosy blanket to struggle under and will make someone a lovely companion.
If you would like to be considered please give us a call on 01246 455777 or 07872 421878. Our phone lines are open 9am until 5pm 7days a week.

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Gorgeous Gloria the Ferret.πŸ’›πŸ§‘πŸ’™
Gloria arrived at the centre on full guard, extemely underweight and with a lot of injuries. But Gloria has healed well, put weight on and finally settled. Its now time to find Gloria a new family. She loves a cosy blanket to struggle under and will make someone a lovely companion. 
If you would like to be considered please give us a call on 01246 455777 or 07872 421878. Our phone lines are open 9am until 5pm 7days a week. 

www.petsamaritans.co.uk

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Would she integrate well with other 2 other ferrets? I have plenty of space for a new addition.

Aww ferrets make such great pets hope she finds the best home πŸ™πŸ₯°

how old is she?

just phoned, hoping she’s a match for my NormanπŸ–€

Aiden Wootton

Alex Stretton

Jordan Ravey πŸ₯°

I love ferrets x

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Please share and help us find this stunning girl a new family to call her own.πŸ’™πŸ§‘πŸ’›
For adoption enquiries please call us on 01246 455777 or 07872 421878. Our phone lines are open 9am until 5pm 7days a week.
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Please share and help us find this stunning girl a new family to call her own.πŸ’™πŸ§‘πŸ’›
For adoption enquiries please call us on 01246 455777 or 07872 421878. Our phone lines are open 9am until 5pm 7days a week.
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For all adoption enquiries please give us a call on 01246 455777 or 07872 421878. Our phone lines are open 9am until 5pm, 7 days a week. www.petsamaritans.co.uk

Interested to chat if you have no luck, I have a few snake babies now so if I could help then I rather would than see her struggle

There's Trickys exotic and small animals rescue 07909652889 who rehome. Th are based at Maltby x

Sara Poiney xx

She’s lovely x

Rae Boul-Green

She's beautiful 😍

Tom Lowens πŸ€”

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DORRIT🐴, CHLOE🐴 and BRIDGET🐴
Management of these little ponies has its challenges. Each season brings with it possible health issues which we desperately try to avoid.
Summer has been extremely difficult this year. Little Dorrit (you can see her black bottom in the photo), suffers from sweet itch, an allergic reaction to midges. The combination of wet and warm weather has seen the rise is midge numbers. It has also made the grass grow like crazy, great you might think, but this bright green grass can cause a debilitating condition called laminitis (inflammation of the hoof wall) which the whole herd is at risk from.
www.bhs.org.uk/advice-and-information/horse-health-and-sickness/laminitis
It's now time to prepare for winter and the challenges that come with the cold, wet weather.
We are always thinking of ways to keep these cheeky minds active. If you have any ideas please share them with us. We'd love to hear from you.
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DORRIT🐴, CHLOE🐴 and BRIDGET🐴 
Management of these little ponies has its challenges. Each season brings with it possible health issues which we desperately try to avoid.
Summer has been extremely difficult this year. Little Dorrit (you can see her black bottom in the photo), suffers from sweet itch, an allergic reaction to midges. The combination of wet and warm weather has seen the rise is midge numbers. It has also made the grass grow like crazy, great you might think, but this bright green grass can cause a debilitating condition called laminitis (inflammation of the hoof wall) which the whole herd is at risk from.
https://www.bhs.org.uk/advice-and-information/horse-health-and-sickness/laminitis
Its now time to prepare for winter and the challenges that come with the cold, wet weather.
We are always thinking of ways to keep these cheeky minds active. If you have any ideas please share them with us. Wed love to hear from you.
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A bit of Sunday fun!
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Thank you for joining in the fun! It's great seeing such a variety of animals.πŸ’™πŸ§‘πŸ’›

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Ozzie is growing big and strong (and even more handsome) by the day and is very aware of everything moving around him. The team are making preparations for Ozzie to move off site in the next few weeks to our soft release aviary where we will prepare him for his big day. πŸ§‘πŸ’›πŸ’™

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They are amazing birds. Can you remember the Tawny Owl my Dad rescued. He was fascinating and as you say so intelligent. ❀

Amazing looking bird! Will you be able to teach him to hunt so he can go back to the wild?

Yes hes beautiful and getting scarcer in the country side year on year.

Gorgeous little man, look so intelligent ❀️

Brilliant bird,got a majestic look about it.

He's an absolute stunner!

Hi can u please give me an update on the woodpigeon (freddie) who came in with an injured leg a few months ago

Thank you πŸ™

Sue Wheatley

Hes gorgeous. Proud to support your wonderful work . ❀❀

Such a beautiful owl. X

Beautiful

Louis Beardow awwwwww

Gorgeous boy 😘

He's adorable

He is beautiful 😍

Radar face😁

Helen Keable 😍

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Teamwork saves Gilly.πŸ¦‰
The little Tawny Owl was found floating on a river in Barlow at 10.30am on Monday by Park Pals Dog Walking Services. A call to us for guidance, the Owl was retrieved from the water. Soaking wet and very weak she was taken to a local dog walking client who started to get Gilly warm and dry on our advice, while the dogs finished their walk and were taking home. By 12pm Gilly was with us. She was extremely weak and despite efforts to get her warm she was still too cold to feed. By 2am she had warmed up but had only eaten a few little bits of food by hand and we feared the worst. Owls carry very little fat storage and rely on fluids from their food too. By 4am however, Gilly finally started to hold herself up and finally ate a whole chick all by herself! 24hrs hours later you can see by the photo this little girl was looking much brighter and has continued to improve all week.πŸ’›πŸ§‘πŸ’™
The quick response from Park Pals and her wonderful client definitely help save this beautiful girl.

If you would like to support our work please consider a donation.
www.petsamaritans.co.uk/donate/

Or why not become a Wildlife Angel?
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Teamwork saves Gilly.πŸ¦‰
The little Tawny Owl was found floating on a river in Barlow at 10.30am on Monday by Park Pals Dog Walking Services. A call to us for guidance, the Owl was retrieved from the water. Soaking wet and very weak she was taken to a local dog walking client who started to get Gilly warm and dry on our advice, while the dogs finished their walk and were taking home. By 12pm Gilly was with us. She was extremely weak and despite efforts to get her warm she was still too cold to feed. By 2am she had warmed up but had only eaten a few little bits of food by hand and we feared the worst. Owls carry very little fat storage and rely on fluids from their food too. By 4am however, Gilly finally started to hold herself up and finally ate a whole chick all by herself! 24hrs hours later you can see by the photo this little girl was looking much brighter and has continued to improve all week.πŸ’›πŸ§‘πŸ’™
The quick response from Park Pals and her wonderful client definitely help save this beautiful girl.

If you would like to support our work please consider a donation. 
https://www.petsamaritans.co.uk/donate/

Or why not become a Wildlife Angel?
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Poor little chick, hope she continues to thrive in your care ❀️

Aww I'm so happy I found her and could help. I really didn't know what to do at the time and you were amazing with your advice. Thank you for taking such good care of her!

Your the best!

Aww well done x

Well done for saving her πŸ‘

Tracy Price Sue Wheatley

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Catch us if you can!πŸ¦†πŸ¦†
These two Tufted (Wild) ducks are with us because they were unscrupulously sold as pets. They had their wings clipped* to stop them being able to fly off but the new owner soon realised they weren't the breed they were supposed to be. This duo will now stay with us until their new feathers come through and then be released.

*wing clipping involves clipping the end of the flight feathers to stop birds from being able fly. This is a temporary measure which doesn't cause pain and new flight feathers will grow back after a moult.

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Have they began moulting yet? If need be you can pluck each quil from the wing that has had feathers cut and they will grow back over the course of a few weeks, I can come down and do it for you if you need.

Ducks 1 you 0 :))

Brilliant work you doing as usual.

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Hoglet wrinkles.πŸ¦”
This little hoglet arrived on Friday after being found alone in a garden. He came in freezing cold and we weren't sure he'd survive the night. He's a little fighter though and despite being extremely weak is still with us.πŸ§‘πŸ’›πŸ’™

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Hoglet wrinkles.πŸ¦”
This little hoglet arrived on Friday after being found alone in a garden. He came in freezing cold and we werent sure hed survive the night. Hes a little fighter though and despite being extremely weak is still with us.πŸ§‘πŸ’›πŸ’™

www.petsamaritans.co.uk

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Omg bless him, so glad hes in safe hands now with a fighting chance. What's best to feed them as I've one that comes into my garden, made me just when I saw it

Sean Marsden

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