Directory Listing: Scottish Animal Welfare provides advice on what to do if you find a sick, injured or abandoned wild bird or animal

Directory Listing: Scottish Animal Welfare

Listing StatusLive (Last Modified May 23, 2018 @ 20:47)
Species HelpedAll Wildlife
Other Information24 hour

Contact Information for Scottish Animal Welfare

Phone Number03000 999 000
Email Address provides a directory of individuals and organisations in the UK who can assist with wildlife casualties. You are viewing the directory entry for Scottish Animal Welfare. Please note – a listing on this site is not an endorsement. You are strongly advised to check the policies of each listing before surrendering an animal to them, especially if it is of a species some might misguidedly consider “vermin” eg pigeon, squirrel, mouse or rat.

Comments ( 2 )

  1. /gordon
    driving home yesterday and i noticed a young pigeon getting attacked by a couple of crows on the ground.the pigeon had no chance of escaping from the crows and when it did try to escape it did not get far due to a injured wing.So i put my jacket over the young pigeon took it home and put it in a small box with shredded paper and a wee bowl of water a small amount of bird fat bolls and left it over night in my spare bedroom. So this morning i checked the bird and it was settled in and it eat the food i gave it.I rang the SSPCA and they were very helpful on what i should do,they did say what i done was right and if i need more advice dont hesitate to phone back.So its nice to know i have professional help just a phone call away.thank you SSPCA gordon
  2. /Samantha
    Just wanted to share my experience with this organisation. I discovered an injured deer on the M8 while on my way home at around 3am last night. I contacted the police who transferred me over to Scottish Animal Welfare. The operator was fantastic, I was in a little bit of a panic as I was stopped on the hard shoulder and the poor deer was on the central reservation in the middle of the motorway! She told me to remain in my vehicle with my hazard lights on and seatbelt fastened and a rescue officer would be with me shortly. Less than half an hour later, two vehicles arrived! One vehicle controlled the traffic to walking pace while the other got the injured deer to the hard shoulder, sadly the deer's back was broken and so had no chance of rehabilitation for release. The officer euthanised the deer with complete compassion. I cannot believe that this organisation has such a rapid, professional response and what's more, they are the only organisation that operate 24 hours a day! FANTASTIC! I truly am touched that we have such a dedication service! Thank you! Sam x

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