Wildlife Rescue-First Response

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Wildlife Rescue-First Response

Rescue Category: Multi-species Rescue

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    1. /D
      I called this number only to be told that they had nothing to do with animal/wildlife rescue. Either the phone number is out of date or the person is not helpful at all.
    2. /Shelley Stirling
      I phoned this wildlife centre today about some baby rabbits that needed help. I was advised to feed them dried cat food made into a paste. As rabbits are herbivores this advice concerned me deeply so I not only contacted The Vale Wildlife Hospital but also the Rabbit Welfare Association who both reiterated what I'd thought, do not feed rabbits meat or dairy products. Very dissapointed in the advice given and have emailed the centre directly.

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