From a hedgehog in a carrot tin to a death dog at sea - 10 animal rescues in Norfolk
PUBLISHED: 14:15 12 November 2017 | UPDATED: 15:02 12 November 2017
With the news Mrs Frisbee, a grey seal who nearly died due to a frisbee round her neck, is on the mend JESSICA LONG looks at other animal rescues in the region with a happy ending.
• A hedgehog had to be cut free by staff at the East Winch Wildlife Centre back in 2012 after getting his hedge wedged in an empty carrot tin.
• Three fire engines were needed when a seagull got stuck in a tree in Norwich. The distressed bird had got stuck in twigs near Norwich Market.
• The lifeboat was called out at Happisburgh in 2014 after Clyde the dog swam 500m from the beach while chasing seagulls.
• Bear the dog was hailed a hero in 2013 after he tracked down a neighbour’s dog who had been trapped in a collapsed rabbit hole near Stratton Strawless for 36 hours.
• Milly, the partially deaf chocolate labrador, was rescued by the Caister lifeboat crew after swimming a mile out to sea while chasing a gull.
• Grey seal pups orphaned by the 2014 storm surge on the Norfolk coast were released back into the wild after they were cared for by RSPCA staff.
• Holidaymakers in Cromer helped rescue a border collie in 2015 who had got stuck 6ft down on the edge of the cliff face in Cromer.
• Bobby the cocker spaniel was reunited with his relieved owner after he was rescued from 82ft well in Gimingham after two weeks without food and water.
• A chubby toad, who got stuck between decking panels in a Lakenham garden, had to be rescued by an RSPCA officer with a saw before being taken to the nearest pond.
• Claudia the cat was reunited with her owner after two men in a boat rescued her after she got herself stranded under Dolphin Bridge in Norwich.