‘Exhausted’ volunteers forced to close wildlife rescue centre due to soaring costs

‘Exhausted’ animal lovers at a wildlife rescue centre say it is being forced to close its doors to new admissions due to the soaring cost-of-living. 

Cleethorpes Wildlife Rescue, which is run by volunteers, says the rising cost of feed, petrol and energy bills, combined with a drop in donations caused by the financial crisis has left it in a perilous position.

In an emotional statement posted on social media, the centre, which which helps sick and injured ducks, foxes, mice, birds and deer…

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