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Spotty Otter & UK Wild Otter Trust

Every purchase you make from our Adventure range now comes with a free Otter*  

*Otter adoption – no real Otters will be posted! 
 
Spotty Otter have partnered up with the UK Wild Otter Trust, offering you the opportunity to adopt an Otter with each Adventure item you purchase.  
 
The UK Wild Otter Trust is a charity dedicated to promoting a positive understanding of otter conservation, and raising awareness of the species through education, involvement, and engagement. They are often called upon to help with orphaned, injured and rescued otter cubs that have been found alone and in need of care. Looking after otter cubs is a specialist endeavour and there are few organisations in the UK able to carry out this work. They have to replicate the mother’s natural behaviour with the cubs – and this means that they have each cub for at least a year, teaching it to hunt, swim, play, fight, and, importantly, how to be a wild otter!  That’s where your purchase comes in, for every Adventure item bought, we will make a donation on your behalf to the UK Wild Otter Trust, and in return you will get a certificate telling you which otter you are supporting and a fact sheet all about otters.  

The Trusts rehabilitation centre in Devon has 3 resident otters called Reggie, Tolga and Rolo, and several others which will be rehabilitated, taught how to be wild otters and hopefully released back into the wild once strong and fit enough.  

You can find out more about the work the UK Wild Otters Trust does and support them futher on their website

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Summer to winter, it’s all water off an otter’s back inside this super-dry children's waterproofs range! Because it’s all about keeping the wet out, we’ve topped the Bluesign® approved Ottertex® 15000 waterproof and windproof outer shell with a technical water-repellent (C6) finish, so rain ‘beads’ and runs off, instead of soaking into the weave.

Plus 5% of all Adventure sales go straight to supporting the rehabilitation of rescued otters.