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I NEED A HOME – A handsome little polar bear of a hamster

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Name/s: Romeo
Species: Syrian Hamster
Sex: Male
Neutered: No
Date of Birth: Estimated March 2016


I NEED A HOME – An active, intelligent female syrian hamster

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Name/s: Georgie
Species: Syrian Hamster
Sex: Female
Neutered: No
Date of Birth: Estimated July 2016


IN RECOVERY – A feral pigeon found sheltering from the wind and snow

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Name/s: Elsa
Species: Feral Pigeon
History: Elsa was found huddled in a shop doorway in bad weather
Diagnosis: Elsa had digestive and neurological issues. It’s not entirely clear what caused them but the good news is she’s getting better


IN RECOVERY – A feral pigeon with neurological symptoms

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Name/s: Violet
Species: Feral Pigeon
History: Violet has been in the care of another rescuer for a few weeks and has now come to us to assess whether she can be returned to the wild.
Diagnosis: Under Assessment


PERMANENT RESIDENT – An elderly feral pigeon who has joined us for a comfortable retirement

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Name/s: Duke
Species: Feral Pigeon
History: Duke had been visiting the same garden for 8 years! One day they found he wasn’t eating or flying so they took him to East Sussex WRAS. There they didn’t find much wrong with him but suspect she is simply elderly and perhaps a bit arthritic.
Diagnosis: Duke did have an old, scabby wound on his chest which probably had some impact on his health and flying, but he is certainly elderly and has settled in very happily here so we decided it was best he stayed.


PERMANENT RESIDENT – A young feral pigeon with neurological issues

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Name/s: Lola
Species: Feral Pigeon
History: Lola was a regular visitor to the garden of one of our frequent pigeon finders.
Diagnosis: Lola likely had a virus which caused neurological issues. Although she has recovered, she has been left with some disability which means she isn’t suitable for release.


PERMANENT RESIDENT – A woodpigeon with a bruised wing, probably from a cat attack

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Name/s: Harry
Species: Woodpigeon
Gender: Unknown
Age: Adult