Directory Listing: Kent Wildlife Rescue Service provides a directory of around 400 wildlife rescues in the UK who can help with wildlife casualties

Directory Listing: Kent Wildlife Rescue Service

Listing Status Live (Last Modified Dec 3, 2017 @ 18:58)
Location Sheerness, Kent
Species Helped All wildlife
Other Information

Contact Information for Kent Wildlife Rescue Service

Phone Number 07824 893399
Email Address

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Comments ( 5 )

  1. / ReplySheena Trott
    I took a baby rabbit that was brought home by my cat to the centre in Sheerness. The lady there - Lorraine - was extremely knowledgeable and helpful. I have never been in close proximity to so many wild animals and the experience was quite rewarding. Her dedication to the animals in her care is absolutely amazing.
  2. / ReplyCaroline Lindsay
    Have just left an injured bird with Lorraine - she was amazing, so caring and helpful. I am so happy there are people like Lorraine out there doing such wonderful work. Thank you so much for your help.
  3. / ReplyClaire
    We took a hedgehog to Lorraine and found out it had pneumonia! Lorraine immediately knew what to do thank goodness.. It’s nice to know about her and the good work she does. Thanks Lorraine!
  4. / ReplyChristine
    I saw a swan in Teston Lock that was in bad shape after being attacked by another swan. I called Lorraine who came to the rescue along with two volunteers, Jan and Helen. Brian from the RSPCA also came to help as it was difficult to reach the swan. They rescued it and Lorraine took it home to look after it. Tomorrow it will go to the swan sanctuary in Middlesex. I am very impressed by the team's knowledge, skills and dedication.
  5. / ReplyBetty Gray
    A very helpful lady came round to rescue a poorly young fox from our garden in under an hour! How reassuring to have volunteers that are available to help when you are not sure who to contact!

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