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Laurie's Release

Laurie's Release

Your kind donations help us to help otters like Laurie. We are delighted to say that Laurie was released back to the wild in June and there was no-one happier than the otter himself, and when his box was opened there was no hesitation and he was straight into the water. Laurie did not come to us as a small cub but as an adult which had not been surviving well on his own. He was with us for nearly four months and he was always digging to try and get out.Once in the water he explored amongst the weed and floated...

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IOSF New Hospital Appeal

IOSF New Hospital Appeal

Please Donate The current hospital building originally built out of wood in 1988 as part of Skye Environmental Centre, is now showing signs of its age and we need to replace it urgently. Since 1988 we have taken all orphaned and injured wildlife, including hedgehogs, bats, pine martens, seals and various birds. So we not only need facilities for the otters, but also small mammal boxes and indoor aviaries. We desperately need for this to happen and to raise funds to get this work done as soon as possible. You were generous in your support of our previous appeal to construct new...

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IOSF's latest arrivals

IOSF's latest arrivals

Catch up on the latest news as baby otters arrive at IOSF... go to IOSF Blog

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

Wishing all our customers a very Happy New Year and may 2021 bring betters things for us all.

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Super Seven... otters in care at IOSF Centre

Super Seven... otters in care at IOSF Centre

The number of otters being cared for at IOSF reached seven recently, with an influx of four in six weeks.  Remember, otter cubs stay with us until they are 12-15 months old, that's a big commitment and takes a lot of time and money. Find out more on our website blog and please consider donating here at the Otter Shop to help us with their care. Thank you

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