Noelle was found in the evening on a roadside in Cambridgeshire just before Christmas, initially thought to be an old mail sack. The cyclist who found her took her home and contacted a local wildlife rescue centre.
Sofi was heard calling through the night not far from IOSF. She was discovered alone under a hedge and taken to the IOSF otter rehabilitation centre.
Ganga, a very young female otter (believed to be a mink), was found and taken to Munlochy Animal Aid, near Inverness. There, Iona Nicol immediately knew that Ganga was an otter cub, and contacted IOSF.
A young male Eurasian otter, Kerr walked into a hospital in the Scottish Borders. The staff managed to catch him and then take him to Arthurshiel Wildlife Rescue Centre, a little later travelling to IOSF.
Mweka is a rare Congo clawless otter and is the latest cub to be cared for at the Kikongo Otter Sanctuary in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Your adoption will help with the Sanctuary caring for otters and also support conservation work in Africa.
These young Asian small-clawed otters were found after their mother was killed.
They are now in the care of Diana Linjoco and this adoption will help raise funds for their care and release.
Nessie was rescued as an abandoned cub in Indonesia and after some time was taken to the Cikananga Wildlife Rescue Centre, where he now lives with other Asian Short-clawed otters.
IOSF is committed to helping the Centre in its work with otters.