The Oak and Furrows wildlife rescue centre is a charity based in Gloucestershire. Its aim is to
"provide care for wild animals in need so that they can be returned to the wild fit and healthy for a second chance.”
They are busy; in 2010 they dealt with nearly 3500 animals. These patients (for that's what they call them) ranged across toads , little egrets , woodcock , goldfinches , jackdaws , badgers , collared doves , rabbits , seagulls , feral pigeons , swans , ducks , and hedgehogs .
Also included was  mink. I hope that wasn't returned "fit and healthy" to the wild for a "second chance" to wreak havoc on native species.