We donated artificial grass for the animals at Stapeley Grange RSPCA Center!
Founded in 1994, RSPCA Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre is a large charitable establishment that offers a home to 6500 wild, domestic and exotic wounded animals annually. They also place an additional 250 abandoned cats into the cattery.
We’ve all heard of the RSPCA, but what we might not have heard of Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre. Founded in 1994, this large charitable ground offers a home to 6,500 wild, domestic and exotic wounded animals every year. Not only this, but they also home an additional 250 cats that have been abandoned into their cattery. Stapeley Grange goes above and beyond to ensure that the animals they care for can live a carefree, happy life away from pain and suffering, which is why when they asked for our help, we were more than thrilled to jump at the opportunity.
We have previously supported RSPCA Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre in 2015 and when Lee Stewart, the centre manager, reached out to us again we were more than happy to help in any way we could to ensure they could continue their magnificent work. In 2022, Lee contacted us again, asking if we could donate more artificial grass as the grass from 2015 needed replacing. They needed grass for 2 of their pools. The first was for ducks, geese, swans and domestic birds. The second is for goslings, ducks and seals. The grass we used had to be specific to the well-being of the animals, we used golf grass as the pile is texturised and does not have grass strands which is safe for the bird’s feet.
They have used the donated grass to create perches for birds of prey and owls. It was also used inside the hutches for ducklings and hedgehogs! It gets cuter, they have also used it outside of the pools to help the birds get out of the ponds easily.
We hope the animals enjoy their soft and safe surroundings which closely resemble and feel like real grass, short of the danger of infections and wounds.
Stapeley Grange is available to help with wildlife emergencies 8am to 8pm, you can find out more or contact them through their facebook page. If you are looking for artificial grass for birds, duck houses or ponds then just contact us! We’d be more than happy to help!