South Essex Wildlife Hospital

Dedicated to putting ‘life’ back into the ‘wild‘, SEWH is a wildlife rescue, rehabilitation and public advice charity. We care for sick and injured wildlife and aim to release animals back into the wild.

No injured or sick animal is turned away. SEWH relies entirely on donations.

If you find a sick, injured, baby animal or bird please call us on 01375 893893 for advice on what to do. See HERE for more details.

Vote for us to help us win a share of £100,000

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We are asking for your help again, but this time we just need you to take a couple of minutes to click on the link below and vote for us to be considered for an incredible £50,000 grant being donated by South Essex Insurance Brokers. This kind of support could make a huge difference to our hospital so we would really appreciate your nomination. We would also be very grateful if you could kindly share and ask your family and friends to nominate us too. Our charity number is 1093545. Thank you very much

The voting link is: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/3T6D2DL 

 

 

We help thousands of birds and animals each year.
They wouldn't be alive today without your help. Even a small sum will make a big difference.



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Our Latest News

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Tuesday 11th December 2018, 22:05

South Essex Wildlife Hospital

perhaps too late for this year but who might be interested in a "sponsor an overwintering hedgehog" as a Christmas gift for a hog lover next year? as each one will eat it's way through at least £50 in food whilst with us ( as they are too small to hibernate they have to be looked after until the spring) not to mention veterinary treatment, bedding and heating we were thinking of a £25 card, which of course will have a hedgehog picture or illustration that you could purchase which confirms the gift has been donated. anyone got any ideas or suggestions ? 🤔😀 ... See MoreSee Less

perhaps too late for this year but who might be interested in a sponsor an overwintering hedgehog  as a Christmas gift for a hog lover next year? as each one will eat its way through at least £50 in food whilst with us ( as they are too small to hibernate they have to be looked after until the spring) not to mention veterinary treatment, bedding and heating we were thinking of a £25 card, which of course will have a hedgehog picture or illustration  that you could purchase which confirms the gift has been donated. anyone got any ideas or suggestions ? 🤔😀

 

Comment on Facebook

Good idea I would buy one

Sounds like a fab idea . . Sue Schwar Ros Brown i have a box of plastic keyrings you could have ( think at least 50 ) maybe add photo and like a little certificate could be in the key ring. .

Lovely idea! Xx♥️

I would support this. Brilliant !

Great idea. What about a little hoglet soft toy / keyring to go with the card for the gift receiver?

Brilliant idea. I brought one to the hospital today who sadly didn’t survive 😢 I’d be happy to get involved and help promote

I will

Fab idea!❤️

Brilliant!! Shall we ask the Echo??🤣

Great idea :D xx

Think this is a brilliant idea!

👍

Great idea 👍🏻

Alexandra Collins is this where to have received your hegehogs to rehome in your garden?

Tuesday 11th December 2018, 21:40

South Essex Wildlife Hospital

the fox with it's head almost severed by a snare is making a good recovery , there is just one small area , which was the most damaged, still slightly oozing but we have been able to remove most of the stitches which extend right around the neck. we hope to be able to return the fox soon. ... See MoreSee Less

the fox with its head almost severed by a snare is making a good recovery , there is just one small area , which was the most damaged, still slightly oozing but we have been able to remove most of the stitches which extend right around the neck. we hope to be able to return the fox soon.

 

Comment on Facebook

And these snares are legal! Its a disgrace that any animal is allowed to suffer like this! So glad this beautiful fox has made a good recovery, let's hope luck is on his side when he is returned to the wild again.

So very glad this was found in time.. thank you

Well done guys

That's an amazing recovery, well done for your care and love

Poor little baby, makes me so mad 😡 can’t thankyou enough for all your hard work x

Poor fox- awful that this happens in this day & age!!

Poor thing. Hope it makes a full recovery. 🦊😢

Well done. Thank you for all the caring and skill and love ghats you give to every one of your beautiful patients. 💖💖

Omg are snares still legal!!???

Joedy Mcnair😍

Where was he found? x

Poor little mite. Get well soon foxy. Xx

Oh bless hope makes a full recovery 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼

Poor love 😟

Hope he's better soon

Thank you for the update xx i wish him well xx

Tom has done an amazing job with this fox .. ❤️

That's amazing, and what amazing people you are

grrrr makes me so bloody angry, the money and time that has been put into helping this beautiful animal because of some twisted person or people setting a snare,

Glad this poor fox was saved just wish these inbreds would disappear from earth

I hope the scum that set this snare get caught theirselves and die's slowly

Tuesday 11th December 2018, 21:36

South Essex Wildlife Hospital

it's taken a while but the refurbishment of our outside feed room has been (99%) completed. thank you to everyone who contributed especially thurrock m&s outlet store, also ,the co-op, and Sainsbury's . Martin our volunteer maintenance man has worked magic on the floor and walls and fittings which are all washable and volunteer Mark plumbed us in ensuring we still have hot water even when someone turns the yard hose on ! ... See MoreSee Less

its taken a while but the refurbishment of our outside feed room has been (99%) completed. thank you to everyone who contributed  especially thurrock m&s outlet store, also ,the co-op, and Sainsburys . Martin our volunteer  maintenance man has worked magic on the floor and walls and fittings which are all washable and volunteer Mark plumbed us in ensuring we still have hot water even when someone turns the yard hose on !Image attachment

 

Comment on Facebook

Looks great. Seeing in the photo cat and dog food. The light bulb moment came on ...of course to feed foxes and hedgehogs. When I go shopping again I'll get some to donate.

It is a wonderful piece of work. J

👏 very nice

Wow!!

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