Wildlife Rescue Reveals How Every Animal Lover Can Be a Hero
Press Release (ePRNews.com) - BEXHILL-ON-SEA, England - Jun 27, 2016 - Bexhill and Hastings Wildlife Rescue is a hard working rescue who is asking that every animal lover, who reads this, likes and shares the rescue’s Facebook page (and donate if they can), so that the rescue can be saved by the end of July. Everyone who does will be a hero to the hundreds of animals that will be saved and loved by this rescue in the future.
Bexhill and Hastings Wildlife Rescue needs a new home, as their current one has to be sold. They have found the perfect 2 acres of land that if they can buy it will ensure that the rescue can have its own land and will never be threatened with homelessness again.
There is a theory called the six degrees of separation, which suggests that everyone is only ever six contacts away knowing everyone in the world. So if everyone who reads this shares or likes our Facebook page, we will be closer to to finding people who can and are able to donate to our cause.
Helen Doherty, one of the rescue’s supporters, suggests “we could even find an individual hero or business hero who could donate £7,000, or 1,000 people who could spare £7 to save this amazing wildlife rescue. If everyone who sees this message, shares this message, they should know that they will be helping to save 100s of defenceless and beautiful animals.”
Bexhill and Hastings Wildlife Rescue has helped many unreleasable animals and birds deemed as lost causes or disabled, who other well known wildlife welfare and organisations would kill, ranging from gulls to squirrels and corvids to foxes. They are a vital wildlife lifeline for the nature of the South Coast. and now Bexhill and Hastings Wildlife Rescue needs saving by the end of July, so they can carry on looking after the wildlife of this world, that other people would disregard.
So everyone who reads this, please share the rescue’s Facebook page (and donate if you can) and be a hero. https://www.facebook.com/Bexhill.And.Hastings.Wildlife.Re…Source : Bexhill and Hastings Wildlife Rescue