RNS – Urban Squirrels

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RNS – Urban Squirrels

Listing Status Live (Last Modified Jan 11, 2017 @ 21:10)
Location SW15
Species Helped Grey squirrels
Website www.urbansquirrels.co.uk
Other Information No kill rescue licensed to provide soft release for grey squirrels

Contact Information for RNS – Urban Squirrels

Phone Number 07415 983900
Email Address Nataliadoran@fsmail.net

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Comments ( 5 )

  1. / ReplyCarol B
    I just wanted to say a massive thank you to Natalia for coming to the rescue of a beautiful baby squirrel that had obviously fallen from its nest and had no way of getting back. The RSPCA had told me it had to be destroyed and I am so glad I ignored this.
  2. / ReplyJoanna c
    Thank you so much to Natalia. Two five week old baby girl squirrels safely deposited after becoming separated from mum. One was being attacked by crows when we rescued her. Natalia was very helpful-- we spent some considerable time trying to coax mum back, found a sibling in this time but alas -mum was too frightened and this did not work. Natalia had no hesitation in taking in these babies for raising and releasing in a few weeks time when big enough. Thank you so much, my boys would have been so upset with any other outcome.
  3. / ReplyLadyVP
    Natalia took in a baby grey squirrel I found in my local park. I was also told that it needed to be destroyed to the RSPCA. I would have cared for the critter myself but that was a bad idea, luckily a squirrel forum pointed me in this direction and the baby is now doing really well. Could not be happier.
  4. / ReplyHeather
    Thank you Natalia for your advice on the phone this morning. Cuan wildlife rescue in Shropshire were fantastic as you said they would be. I took the orphaned squirrel to them today and he is in with three others for rehabilitation. Wonderful!

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