Fur & Feather Wildlife Trust

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Fur & Feather Wildlife Trust

Location Folkestone, Kent.
Species Helped Most wildlife. Pigeon friendly.
Website www.facebook.com/pages/Fur-Feather-Wildlife-Trust/230242387118779
Other Information

Contact Fur & Feather Wildlife Trust

Phone Number 07906 315 365
Email Address info@furandfeatherwildlifetrust.org

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Comments ( 5 )

  1. / ReplyJo
    Fur & Feather have helped me out a couple of times with juvenile hedgehogs. A very knowledgeable lady who got my baby hogs through the winter beautifully.
  2. / ReplyLesley
    Thank you so much for your help today with the baby seagull!
  3. / ReplyLyn
    We have had baby birds, baby hedgehogs etc. who have needed help and have been so grateful to have someone to call on. I think the lady is an angel. Nothing is too much trouble.
  4. / ReplyAngela Horne
    Hi, Could you please update our details as follows: email: info@furandfeatherwildlifetrust.org and delete opening times please under the heading 'other information' Many thanks, Angela Horne Trustee
  5. / ReplySammy
    Thank you for such a quick response in helping the injured seagull from the phone call to someone arriving was only 30 minutes, very good work.

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