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How to access help for an unwanted pet

Please note: Here at Nibbles we are only able to cater for domestic rodents and rabbits. We are unable to provide help, assistance or advice about wildlife.  The most local wildlife rescue we are aware of is Call of the Wild Wildlife Rescue You can find answers to common questions about handing in animals here

Current Placement Availability/Waiting List Status 

This list is updated every Monday and places are allocated on a first come first served basis.  It is possible that placements have already been taken and are no longer available. 

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No placements currently available, waiting list closed to further additions

Waiting list currently closed due to long waiting times

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No placement currently available, waiting list open to further additions

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1 placements currently available, waiting list open to further additions

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3 placements currently available, waiting list open to further additions

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No placement currently available, waiting list open to further additions

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1 placement currently available, waiting list open to further additions

Like all rescues, we are limited both physically and financially in relation to the number of animals we can cater for at any one time. Unfortunately, in the majority of cases we will be running at full capacity and will only be able to place animals on our waiting list for spaces when they become available. We are unable to give any indication as to how long animals will wait for a suitable space, it could be weeks or even months. In very busy periods we will close our waiting list to new additions if the wait is likely to be over 12 months. We do understand that this will be frustrating, however as a responsible rescue we will not overstretch ourselves and compromise the welfare of the animals in our care.

It saddens us to have to remind people that becoming abusive or aggressive will not help you gain assistance, it will not magically create the space or funds required to care for your pets. We really do wish we could help every animal, but this just isn't possible. We are already doing everything we can to help as many as possible, often at the cost of our own leisure time and time with our families and friends.