The charity rescues, cares, treats and rehabilitates all British Wildlife. The animals needing care come in to the hospital from the general public and veterinary surgeries. All require help from various circumstances be it road traffic incidences or lack of natural food or shelter, treatment and rest is vital to ensure that the animal, no matter what age or species is to survive.
We've Donated £3000!
On the eighth day of Christmas Animal Friends donated to Harper Asprey Wildlife Rescue!
Harper Asprey was started when founder, Anne, found a trapped and severely injured hedgehog while out on a walk. In rescuing and caring for this poor mite, Anne did more than save his life; she found a calling.
Based in Surrey, the charity has gone from strength to strength in caring for wildlife of all types and sizes, giving them their best chance of survival.
Our eighth Christmas donation is to Harper Asprey 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.
Merry Christmas, Harper Asprey!
Most of our wildlife comes to us via local vets, individuals and through our website. Wildlife Aid and other organisations also generate wildlife that needs immediate care, albeit orphaned creatures or those which have been involved in some sort of accident and need to be nursed back to health. We are sometimes available to go out and rescue animals from all situations, we are the only rescue centre locally and thus our continued work is important as they simply have no one else. (more…)
The Harper Asprey Wildlife Rescue was selected by a nominated member of the marketing team to donate £1,000 to as part of our Employee of the Month scheme. On contact with the charity they were thrilled to hear of the donation as they were desperate for one item in particular; an incubator for the orphaned wild animals. When the young or orphaned animals come in it is always nice to see them grow from the dependant young to the day of release, this is all done without hands-on care to ensure they are able to fend for themselves in the wild. This would not be possible without the dedication of the volunteers and certain equipment used to aid their survival, as the first stage of the animals’ care is vital. (more…)