Wiltshire Wildlife Hospital

On the second day of Christmas Animal Friends donated to Wiltshire Wildlife Hospital!


Wiltshire Wildlife Hospital was set up in 1993 following the real need for care for many injured, sick and orphaned wildlife in Wiltshire and the surrounding areas.

Wiltshire Wildlife Hospital operate a rescue, care, rehabilitation and release service, 24 hours a day, in and around Wiltshire, giving many wildlife a second chance to live a full life. They currently have over 100 volunteers and 17 acres of land at Newton Tony.


Wiltshire Wildlife Hospital deal with around 3000 animals each year. They provide expert care, using special facilities and the expertise of volunteers and professionals.

The Wiltshire Wildlife Hospital relies on donations (including towels, newspapers and dog food), sponsorships and volunteers for its survival. They currently have around 180 hedgehogs that they are caring for, which is an awful lot of hedgehog food!

Our second Christmas donation is to Wiltshire Wildlife Hospital for the exciting amount of:



As always, we can’t thank our policy holders enough for continuing to use Animal Friends, as without you we would not be able to make such amazing donations.

If you want to find out more or see what Wiltshire Wildlife Hospital are up to,  give them a follow on Twitter, Facebook or go check out their website.

Merry Christmas, Wiltshire Wildlife Hospital!