A Norfolk bird rescue charity has received a much-needed donation of antibiotics to treat its injured residents.

A Norfolk bird rescue charity has received a much-needed donation of antibiotics to treat its injured residents.

Wing and a Prayer have had a donation of antibiotics from AlstoeStaff at Wing and a Prayer were delighted to be given supplies of Alstoe’s Kesium tablets, which they have found boost the survival chances of young birds bitten by cats.

According to Dee Emmett from the charity, these birds normally have a 50 per cent survival rate but she expects the survival rate on that sector to be significantly higher using Kesium.

Alstoe spokesman Niall McFerran added: “After hearing about the treatment challenges from Dee, we were only too happy to help out this small charity by supplying them with some free product”.

Last year, Wing and a Prayer took in 670 birds, some of which were sick, some injured and some babies. Its aim is to rehabilitate the birds and ultimately to release back into the wild.

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