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Adopt a Badger
 
Badgers are probably one of the best-loved British mammals. They are shy nocturnal animals which share our countryside, although many of us have never even seen one. Sadly, our ever increasing need for housing and transport constantly threatens their habitat and ultimately their lives.

Thousands are killed every year on our roads. Others fall victim to cruel badger baiters and the government has killed tens of thousands trying to stop the spread of tuberculosis in cattle. Whatever the persecution, when mothers are killed, their defenceless cubs are left with little hope of survival.

CWI works with the Folly Wildlife Rescue Centre to care for orphaned badgers. Cubs lucky enough to be rescued and taken to the centre receive the very best of care. Bottle fed, even throughout the night, and then weaned onto solids, the cubs are given expert veterinary care whenever needed and lashings of love and attention to prepare them for release into the wild.

By becoming a foster parent you are enabling us to continue improving the lives of rescued badgers and other displaced or injured animals, and to protect the habitats of their wild counterparts.

For just 24.95* you can adopt a badger for one year.

Packs will be despatched within 10 working days of receipt of order.

*plus P&P
Adopt a Badger
Adopt a Badger About 50,000 badgers are killed on our roads every year. Others fall victim to cruel badger baiters, who set upon them with dogs. Against scientific advice, Wales is also planning to kill badgers .. Read more ...

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