Meet the Animals

The Starlight Trust is an animal welfare and rescue organisation based in Surrey

Current Animals

These are the animals currently in our care. The tags below their pictures will tell you their current ‘status’.

In treatment – guests currently receiving extra care such as medication or hand feeding.
In Recovery – guests who have been poorly but are now recovering.
Under Assessment – pets we are getting to know or wildlife we are assessing for release.
Pre-Release – wild guests who are preparing to go back to the wild.
Reserved – pets who are reserved for their new home.
Adoptable – pets who are ready to start their new lives. Could you be their new family?
Permanent Resident – wildlife unable to be released or pets we have decided should stay here due to health or behavioural issues.

Adelaide, Caitlin and Celina

Adelaide, Caitlin and Celina

Three friendly female rats
Rose & Megan

Rose & Megan

Two baby girl rats
Tokyo, Lola and Paris

Tokyo, Lola and Paris

Three friendly, easy to handle female rats
Poppy, April & Olly

Poppy, April & Olly

Three friendly but wiggly 6 month old girls
Charles

Charles

A stray domestic pigeon who was kicked
Ashleigh

Ashleigh

A feral pigeon with a badly swollen wing joint
Fizz

Fizz

A white dove with canker
Poseidon

Poseidon

A feral pigeon with PMV
Daisy

Daisy

A lost racing pigeon attacked by a bird of prey
Bubbles

Bubbles

A young feral pigeon with PMV
Stelios

Stelios

A feral pigeon who was caught by a cat

Rosie & Jim

Two young feral pigeons born in a loft
Ash, Avalon, Hope and Poppy

Ash, Avalon, Hope and Poppy

Four pretty one year old female rats
Dasha

Dasha

A woodpigeon with intestinal parasites
Paulo

Paulo

A young feral pigeon with an impacted crop
Dotty

Dotty

An adult feral pigeon with PMV
Jasmine

Jasmine

A young feral pigeon with coccidiosis
Coriander

Coriander

A young pigeon who was possibly hit by a car
Ailsa

Ailsa

A female diamond dove looking for a home with others
Rowan

Rowan

An exhausted racing pigeon who was caught by a cat
Barclay

Barclay

A feral pigeon covered in grease with coccidiosis
Chick

Chick

A feral pigeon with a virus and respiratory infection
Lightning & Nibbles

Lightning & Nibbles

Two beautiful female degus
Beep & Boop

Beep & Boop

Two shy middle aged male rats
Pixie

Pixie

A feral pigeon who has been shot
Herbert

Herbert

A feral pigeon with a very badly damaged wing
Jody

Jody

A stray domestic pigeon looking for a home with her husband
Stephen

Stephen

A young pigeon who was caught by a cat
Brock

Brock

A lost domestic pigeon
Pythia

Pythia

A syrian hamster who is blind and deaf due to poor breeding
Tamara

Tamara

A feral pigeon with a bad parasite infestation and damaged wing
Norma

Norma

A feral pigeon with a virus
Polly

Polly

A racing pigeon who has been shot
Penny

Penny

A pigeon with injuries from a cat attack
Beau

Beau

A one eyed Racing Pigeon
Donnie

Donnie

An ex-racing pigeon with a severe neck wound
Gadget, Snarf, Garfield & Popeye

Gadget, Snarf, Garfield & Popeye

Four friendly male mice who are permanent residents here as no-one wanted to home them
Scrumptious

Scrumptious

A feral pigeon with neurological issues
Duke

Duke

An elderly feral pigeon who has joined us for a comfortable retirement
Lola

Lola

A young feral pigeon with neurological issues
Sapphire

Sapphire

A stray racing pigeon
Corki

Corki

A pigeon we hatched from an egg
Joy

Joy

Joy is a resident pigeon who came to us suffering a severe virus
Leia

Leia

Leia is a resident pigeon who has a deformed leg
Hallie

Hallie

Hallie is one of our resident pigeons who came to us suffering from a severe virus.
Melvin

Melvin

Melvin is a big, handsome pigeon who suffered a broken wing.
Gambit

Gambit

An exceptionally handsome pigeon who was hit by a car and suffered multiple injuries.
Arnie

Arnie

A sweet little male pigeon with a damaged wing
Beatrix

Beatrix

An older Racing Pigeon who was caught by a cat
Galega

Galega

A badly injured older pigeon

Success Stories

Meet the animals who we have found new homes or returned to the wild

Spot

Spot

Spot came to us unable to fly. She was treated for coccidiosis and has since been returned to the wild.
Coco

Coco

Coco was advertised free online so we picked her up and found her a lovely new home
Cece

Cece

Cece came to us when the child she was bought for lost interest. She has since found a lovely new home.
Ralph

Ralph

Ralph came to us when his brother died. He hadn't been handled much so was tense and afraid. He was neutered which calmed him considerably and he now lives with some girlfriends.

Martine and Ivan

Martine and Ivan were born in the loft of a house in Wallington. Their habit of stomping about at 5am meant they weren't particularly welcomed so we removed them and advised the householder on preventing future visits. They have since been released.
Arty

Arty

Arty was found with a broken leg. It healed well and he has since been returned to the wild.
Corkbit

Corkbit

Corkbit walked into the kitchen of one of our regular pigeon finders and asked for help when she became unwell. She had crop stasis and a fungal infection which we treated and she has since been returned to the wild.
Cassia

Cassia

Cassia was a domesticated pigeon who got lost. We found her a lovely new home with a male pigeon for company.
Colin

Colin

Colin was shot, likely be pest controllers. We had to dig a pellet out of his leg which was badly broken. He made a full recovery and has since been returned to the wild.
Tilly

Tilly

Tilly was found at the side of the road covered in blood. She made a full recovery and has since been returned to the wild.
Eden

Eden

Eden was a mess - his feet were tied together with string, he had severe coccidiosis and he'd been attacked and lots of feathers pulled out. Pigeons should not be underestimated though - he recovered fully and has since been returned to the wild.
Storm

Storm

Storm came to us suffering with a virus. She made a full recovery and has since been returned to the wild.

In Memory

We work so hard for all our animals but sometimes it’s just not enough. Every loss hurts so we keep their pages up on the website as a tribute to them.

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