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

Directory Listing: Ichthus Animal Rescue

Listing Status Live (Last Modified Apr 1, 2018 @ 20:56)
Location White House Farm, North Elmham, Dereham, Norfolk NR20 5EP
Species Helped All wildlife. Pigeon friendly.
Website N/A
Other Information Available all hours, have transport. Donations welcome as this is voluntary, I also welcome volunteers who might wish to help.

Contact Information for Ichthus Animal Rescue

Phone Number 01362 668303
Email Address

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Comments ( 6 )

  1. / Adele Irons
    Thanks Jo, for answering my call so promptly on the rescue of the little duckling. I hope he/she is doing well?
  2. / Lorraine Morgan
    Thanks Jo, for all your help in rescuing the ducklings from West Suffolk Hospital! I am pleased to hear that they will be released once they have grown a little more. It was a pity mum was left behind but I am comforted in the knowledge that her ducklings are safe.
  3. / Ann Thomas
    Thank you Jo for taking the little dove. So glad I have somewhere i can take them Ann
  4. / jennie withington
    thanks Jo for taking the baby hedgehogs, hope you and they are well. Looking forward to taking them back in the spring. Grateful thanks on behalf of all your waifs and strays Jennie
  5. / Sue
    Thanks Ichthus for your advice this morning concerning the hedgehog I found fingers crossed that the little hedgehog makes it.
  6. / Sarah & Geoff
    So grateful to Bruce for taking over the care and rehabilitation of our little rescue pigeon. We can see that the bird will be well cared for by a pigeon expert, in fantastic surroundings. Thank you Bruce!

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