Directory Listing: Mansfield Wildlife Rescue

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Directory Listing: Mansfield Wildlife Rescue

Listing Status Live
Location Mansfield Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire, NG19 8HH
Species Helped All Small Wildlife
Website www.facebook.com/groups/1664406497123506/
Other Information We have a non destruct policy. We are available Mon-Fri 10am – 5pm. We can be contacted via Email for advice/emergencies if out of hours or on our Facebook page.

Contact Information for Mansfield Wildlife Rescue

Phone Number 07758 317 028
Email Address mansfieldwildlife@gmail.com

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  1. / ReplyBrian
    Discovered a hedgehog on my drive at 3.0pm Monday 28th November 2016. The creature made no attempt to move when I approached but it did ball up when I touched it. I decided to leave it alone for a while to see if it would move on but it was still there when I returned home at 7.0pm. I searched the internet and as a result I was able to contact Mansfield Animal Rescue. The lady I spoke to was extremely pleasant and helpful and confirmed that she would look after the Hedgehog if I could bring it to her. I placed the hedgehog in a cardboard box lined with a couple of old towels and drove over to Mansfield Animal Rescue. On my arrival the lady at the Rescue Center willingly accepted the Hedgehog and told me it was dehydrated and had a number of ticks which needed to be removed. There was no suggestion that a payment was necessary so I voluntarily left a donation as a thank you. It was great to know that the hedgehog would be cared for and would not suffer a miserable death in the freezing cold. Many thanks!

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