Orphaned Badger Beds

These heart-warming pictures show the baby animals lucky to be alive after being flooded out of their homes by the awful April floods across Britain. The south-west of England was battered by rain and left hundreds of animals separated from their mums after their dens, burrows and nests were swamped with water. But thanks to quick-thinking members of the public many were given a lifeline like these fox cubs, who were plucked from raging waters before drowning.

These heart-warming pictures show the baby animals lucky to be alive after being flooded out of their homes by the awful April floods across Britain. The south-west of England was battered by rain and left hundreds of animals separated from their mums after their dens, burrows and nests were swamped with water. But thanks to quick-thinking members of the public many were given a lifeline like these fox cubs, who were plucked from raging waters before drowning.

These heart-warming pictures show the baby animals lucky to be alive after being flooded out of their homes by the awful April floods across Britain. The south-west of England was battered by rain and left hundreds of animals separated from their mums after their dens, burrows and nests were swamped with water. But thanks to quick-thinking members of the public many were given a lifeline like these fox cubs, who were plucked from raging waters before drowning.

These heart-warming pictures show the baby animals lucky to be alive after being flooded out of their homes by the awful April floods across Britain. The south-west of England was battered by rain and left hundreds of animals separated from their mums after their dens, burrows and nests were swamped with water. But thanks to quick-thinking members of the public many were given a lifeline like these fox cubs, who were plucked from raging waters before drowning.

These heart-warming pictures show the baby animals lucky to be alive after being flooded out of their homes by the awful April floods across Britain. The south-west of England was battered by rain and left hundreds of animals separated from their mums after their dens, burrows and nests were swamped with water. But thanks to quick-thinking members of the public many were given a lifeline like these fox cubs, who were plucked from raging waters before drowning.