At CW Wildlife Rescue, we will help all wildlife, no matter what it eats or how it lives.Whether it’s furry, feathery, slimy or scaly. Born here, or a visitor. Popular or disliked. Predator or prey, we will look after them and treat all as equals. Our aim is to get all those that come to us whether orphaned, lost or broken – back to the wild. We will also help to educate the communities around us how to help and care for their local wildlife. We must ensure future generations can still wonder at the magnificence of nature. Rescue-Rehabilitate-Release
Here at CWWR we have a simple philosophy…Every animal has the same right to a happy and healthy life. We try to make sure that happens.
Why We Do It
The daily mantra of CWWR that everyone works toward is..We don’t change the world by saving an animal. But we do change that animal’s world.
Here we have just a small selection of the animals available to sponsor. Your sponsorship allows us to make available the best possible care.
Willow is a two year old Barn Owl who came to the rescue when she was three months old.
Gregory came to us after he was attacked by a cat and several crows! Unfortunately, he can no longer fly.
Peanut was brought to us weighing 100 grams. She had half a rear leg missing and was starving hungry.
Walter is a feral pigeon. He was brought in after a nasty cat attack and has lost the use of his wing.
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What People Say
We love to hear comments from people just like you!
“We have a great time helping the animals and being with other people who love animals.”
“Thank goodness you’re there to relieve the poor thing’s pain and discomfort. It is so nice to see kindness and care. Thanks so much CWWR.”
“Thanks for taking the time to show my daughter and myself the animals today Chris, much appreciated.”
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