Cuan Wildlife Rescue

Cuan Wildlife Rescue

Cuan Wildlife Rescue would like to thank the Jean Sainsbury Animal Welfare Trust very much for their award in respect of their 40th Birthday Celebrations. This is hugely appreciated and an award for which we are extremely grateful.

Our relationship with the Jean Sainsbury Trust goes back to the 1990s when I first applied for a grant and was extremely encouraged by their positive and generous response. As the charity grew, we came to rely more and more on their generous annual grants and, indeed, their additional help when it came to setting up our current purpose-built hospital in 2013.

Over the years we have had nothing but encouragement and support from the Trust, and look forward to a continuing relationship with them for many years to come.

Megan Morris-Jones
Founder, Cuan Wildlife Rescue.

Megan’s work with injured Wildlife began back in the 1980s when she was living with her husband and small daughter on the small Scottish island of Luing. Each winter they undertook Beached Bird Surveys for the RSPB; this involved walking the whole coastline four times every winter looking for dead washed-up birds and recording them. On occasions they would come across a live injured or sick bird which they would take home and do what they could do for it.
From those humble beginnings Cuan Wildlife Rescue was born, and after seven years of
island living Megan and her family moved south to Shropshire where they slowly became known for helping wildlife in distress.

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