This beautiful design has been created and hand printed EXCLUSIVELY for Grace's Rest by the talented Angela Tubb of Wear Your Voice.
The hypnotic image features the creature categories the rescue caters for: reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates and small exotic mammals. Can you spot them all?!
The shirts, manufactured by Earth Positive under their Salvage label, are made from ethically sourced recycled organic cotton and recycled polyester (made from plastic bottles!). The finished product is vegan-friendly.
The manufacturing process is as carbon neutral and has as little environmental impact as possible.
Workers are also paid a fair wage for producing these and other garments while the factories are powered by renewable energy sources, such as wind turbines, where possible.
Help us to save more exotic pets in crisis and show your support for our cause by buying a shirt today!
Limited number available in this debut batch, all in green as pictured.
XS, XL and XXL sixes available as special orders, hence slight increase in price.
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Meet the Owner-Operator, Clare Barnard BSc.(Hons)
Clare is a research scientist and PhD candidate at the University of Lincoln where she is studying wildlife conservation and the direct impact of the exotic pet trade on wild animal populations. She will be working from the Laboratory of Evolutionary Ecology of Adaptations. Clare has also been honoured to become part of the Global Amphibian Biodiversity research team.
Clare has almost 20 years professional experience in the husbandry of exotic animals a specialism in the genetics of British herpetofauna. She has worked with wild Adders (Vipera berus) and endangered Natterjack Toads (Epidalea calamita) under Natural England license conditions. Clare has worked as a zookeeper and within private collections including her own. She lives in rural North Warwickshire, on-site at Grace's Rest, with a whole host of animals!