Wildlife Centre Artificial Grass Donation

RSPCA Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre Donation

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.

The Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre delivers exceptional attention and care to animals so that they can live free from pain and suffering. They aim to release its wildlife back to the wild and find new homes for all its domestic and exotic admissions.

Cheshire Artificial Grass previously supported the RSPCA Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre in 2015. Lee Stewart, the Centre Manager contacted us again a few months ago and we were thrilled to help them in any way we could, to continue their extraordinary work.

Cheshire Artificial Grass donated artificial grass that is imperative to the well-being of; goslings, ducks, seals, geese and swans, as it helps to prevent bumblefoot injuries. The artificial grass has been used in duckling housing, around a large duck pond and on bird of prey perches. Our donated grass has a short pile to make it easier for staff to clean it on a daily basis. Rode Artificial Grass.

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.

Written by Kay Hamid.