We are a nation of animal lovers, and there are many charities and individuals around the country who are dedicated to the rescue, care and rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned animals and birds. Care of these animals would not be possible without the generosity of people with their time, skill and determination. Many young babies need extra help to survive in those early days and a safe, secure, controlled environment gives them the best chance to recover and thrive.
Brinsea TLC Recovery Incubators like the TLC-40 Eco, TLC-50 Eco and the more sophisticated TLC-40 Advance and TLC-50 Advance provide such an environment and are used around the world by rescue centres, breeding centres and individuals. TLC incubators are the best place for weak and fragile baby animals to heal, hide, cuddle, and grow – especially for tiny babies who aren’t yet old enough to retain their own heat. The incubators provide a warm, clean, quiet, safe and reliable haven for these orphaned baby animals.
We are currently working with charities, wildlife centres and individuals throughout the UK and Europe to help to provide them with much needed intensive care units and support them in their work.
Find out more about our TLC range and to read about how our products are used please visit our dedicated TLC website…
The Brinsea TLC intensive care incubators are an essential part of the equipment required to run the wildlife centre and are used for a variety of species. In the spring and summer months they are used in our fledgling room to house the very small nestling birds. These birds are unable to control or maintain their own body temperatures so it is essential to have these incubators to allow us to accurately control their environment. As the birds grow we can slowly reduce the temperature before moving them into breeder cages prior to going outside to release aviaries. The Brinsea TLC incubators are also used to house very weak and collapsed casualties on arrival at the centre and to house small animals post anaesthetic for recovery. Paul Oaten, RSPCA, West Hatch