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Thursday, 17 January 2019

Why this blog exists

Hi, its Emma Wackett here. I help run the rescue with my Mum, Jenny Wackett. I absolutely love what we do so since moving to Sheffield for university I have felt like something is missing. I'm not allowed to have any animals at uni and that, for someone that has never had a day without animals, is really difficult. They help me as much as I hep them. They are my coping method when dealing with personal problems so not to have them is a nightmare. I decided I needed to do something that made me feel close to them again. 

Lots of people have told me that I should write a book about the experiences that we have had when running the rescue. I am currently trying to write some stories up so I thought that I would share the basis of some of them to you through this blog. If you like these, the I will go on to write the book. It might take a while though seeing as I'm a full time student. I am also in charge of the Facebook page which I am utterly rubbish at doing at the moment so these posts will also be shared on there too so there will be more posts. I'm not necessarily going to make the stories super funny and cheerful, I am going to say it as it is. There might be some 'you had to be there' stories but I will still write them up. Hope you enjoy it and any feedback will be warmly welcomed. 

I am also going to post some information about different animals and how best to look after them in the wild. I'm hoping that this will be a good place to share any education material that we make so we can get feedback on it but if you would like to use any of it to share yourselves, please ask us first. It's mainly for me to see how helpful they are and knowing who uses them will help me in my future career aspirations (I'll post about that too sometime).

Thanks for reading!
Emma x

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