January 2014

Photo: Cally came home yesterday. She is already back to her normal self. She only has to stay in for another 2 weeks then she will be able to join her friends in the field again. Thanks to the kindness of our supporters we raised £3000 for Cally's operation. Unfortunately the vets bill came to £3500 and Cally will also need physiotherapy. Donations towards this would be greatly appreciated. Thank you to everyone that helped get Cally this far we could not have done it without your support.

Cally came home yesterday. She is already back to her normal self. She only has to stay in for another 2 weeks then she will be able to join her friends in the field again. Thanks to the kindness of our supporters we raised £3000 for Cally's operation. Unfortunately the vets bill came to £3500 and Cally will also need physiotherapy. Donations towards this would be greatly appreciated. Thank you to everyone that helped get Cally this far we could not have done it without your support.


 

 

This little piglet was found soaking wet in the countryside.We will keep you updated on her progress over the next few weeks. We are pulling names out of a hat towards the end of next week so please send your suggestions through facebook or email.


 

Michael the muntjac deer had a very lucky escape after being hit by a car. Luckily a member of the public saw it happen and stayed with him until our arrival. After taking him to the vets it was discovered that Michael had a dislocated leg. The vet adviced to keep him confined and wait for the leg to heal. It is looking hopeful for Michaels future as he is starting to weight bare on his injured leg. We will keep you updated on his progress. 


 

We would like to thank RCI a company from kettering who raised an amazing £500 for us and gave up their time to help us muck out one saturday morning. Everyone was lovely and worked really hard. Thank you for your support.

 


Thank you to Tonicha and Anna two of our hardworking volunteers who kindly painted our animal hospital ready for the veterinary cage units to arrive.