Results for category "In Memory"

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Tootles

Tootles had clearly been struggling since leaving the nest in the middle of a heatwave. Despite our best efforts she passed away soon after arrival.

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Lucky

Lucky had a deep, infected wound on his shoulder. He recovered well from that but it led to muscle and tendon damage in his wing which meant he couldn’t fly. We passed him to our friends at East Sussex WRAS for specialist treatment but sadly the damage was permanent. We didn’t believe Lucky’s quality of life in captivity would have been good as he was quite highly strung so the decision was made to put him to sleep. This is never a decision we take lightly, especially after investing so much time and love into making Lucky well again, but we felt it was the kindest thing to do for him.

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Harvey

Harvey came to us looking very unwell as you can see in his picture. We think he had flown into something and suffered internal bleeding. Sadly he later passed away.

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Pidge

Pidge had been struck by something and had severe bruising. Unfortunately there was also internal bleeding and he didn’t survive.

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Jane

We spent weeks treating Jane for coccidiosis and roundworm but she would get better and then regress. Eventually she lost her fight.

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Apollo

Apollo was found looking lost outside an office block. Unfortunately he grew weaker and passed the next day which leads us to suspect he had digested poison.

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William

The combination of a cat attack and heavy rainfall was too much for William and he passed from shock the following day

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Wednesday

The combination of a cat attack and heavy rain was too much for Wednesday and she passed away the next day

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Amos

Amos’ beak injury had meant he had been struggling to eat and he arrived very emaciated. Unfortunately we were too late to save him.

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SuperTed

Teddy came to us from East Sussex WRAS who raised him from a baby with a head injury. He lived in our aviary happily but an accident led to him breaking his leg. Because he was already disabled we felt amputating his leg as well would be unfair. We made the truly heartbreaking decision to let him go. He will never be forgotten and we named our second aviary – Teddy Towers – in his honour.

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Peter

One of the most heartbreaking cases we have ever seen. Peter has a racing pigeon who had been taken hundreds of miles from home and left to find his way back. He got lost, didn’t know how to find food, and became emaciated and weak. By the time he was found and brought to us it was too late, his body had already shut down. All we could do was give him somewhere warm and safe to pass. This is why we hate pigeon racing.

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Roisin

IN MEMORY – Roisin sadly did not survive being trapped in a chimney.

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Name/s: Roisin
Species: Feral Pigeon
Gender: Unknown
Age: Unknown

Pidgie

IN MEMORY – Sadly Pidgie had brain damage and had to be euthanased. 

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

Garson

In MEMORY – Sadly, Garson’s injuries were too severe to save him

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Name/s: Garson
Species: Wood Pigeon
Gender: Unknown
Date of Birth: Unknown

Woodpigeon

IN MEMORY – a woodpigeon with severe injuries who sadly had to be euthanased

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Name/s:
Species: Wood Pigeon
Gender: Unknown
Date of Birth: Unknown

Betty

IN MEMORY – A traumatised female degu

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Name/s: Betty
Species: Degu
Gender: Female
Date of Birth: Unknown but thought to be 2012

Semi

IN MEMORY – A neutered male degu with ongoing dental issues.

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Name/s: Semi
Species: Degu
Gender: Male (neutered)
Date of Birth: Unknown but believed to be around 2010

Ryan

Ryan was rescued from a home where lots of animals were neglected. He had diabetes so he spent his life here with us.

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Edwina

IN MEMORY – Edwina was a sanctuary resident who spent her life here with us.

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Name/s: Edwina
Species: Rat
Gender: Female
Date of Birth: January 2008

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