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.
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.