Man saves 62,000 animals with his retirement money and opens sanctuary

It was a cold night, when an unfortunate fox who could not see reached Geoff Grewcock by someone taking her off the road and thus rescuing her. Otherwise Geoff runs Nuneaton and Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary.

The rescued unfortunate fox was named Woody. When she was taken off the road she had about 150 ticks on her. Although the diagnosis was not the best, she managed to recover.

While recovering from everything, he often shared food with the dog Orla and had fun with Bramble, otherwise a deer.

Geoff says a passer-by found him and then brought him to this shelter.

He also says that this amazing fox thinks of himself as a dog.

People from the shelter believe that the fox was left by her parents when they realized that he was not in the best condition.

Geoff often spent the night so that he could always give him the food he needed on time. He was very ill at the time, so he had to eat every two hours. He soon recovered and began behaving like a “house fox”.

He then became good friends with Bramble and Orla.

There are about 80 animals in this shelter where Mr. Geoff actually lives. He says this special fox fit into the new home very quickly.

The veterinary clinic said they do not see even 10%, says Geoff.

They had to treat him like someone who is completely blind and therefore unable to go free, but they believe he is very happy in his home with his new friends.

Geoff says he often gets questions about the Woody breed when he walks with him and his friend Orla.

Many stop with their cars until they realize what it is all about.

It attracts a lot of attention, is amazing and adores the new cookies they give it, Geoff says.

When Geoff finished his work and retired in 2001, he landscaped his Nuneaton garden and made it a wildlife sanctuary.

About 62,000 animals have been helped since that day. To pay for all the necessary things and expenses he mostly used his pension.

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