What should I do if I'm no longer able to look after my exotic pet?
If you have decided that you are unable to continue looking after your exotic pet, then contact us on phone 112 so that we can come and get it.
Pets should never be released into the natural environment, and this is particularly true for exotic pets. As this can create considerable environmental problems for the native species such as crayfish or the European mink, both in danger of extinction. What's more, it's possible that your pet will not be able to survive in the wild due to the fact that pets are not generally accustomed to looking for shelter or food. At the Ilundain Wildlife Recovery Centre, we will take charge of looking for a new home for your pet, by fostering it to a private person who undertakes to maintain it satisfactorily and to give it all the care required.