Proteus Reptile Trust
                 

Dedicated to the welfare of captive reptiles

Thanks for Visiting!!

NEWS 13/01/2017

Due to unforseen circumstances our re-homing centre will be closed tomorrow Saturday the 14th January 2017. We will be open as normal again on Saturday the 21/01/2017 from 10am until 4pm. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.


Proteus Reptile Trust is a registered charity in the Uk based in the West Midlands dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of sick, injured and unwanted reptiles from all over the country.

At any one time, we cater for up to 350 reptiles, from the smallest gecko to the largest monitor, from Corn snakes to giant pythons and everything inbetween.


                      About Us

The organisation was founded in 1991 after a newpaper claimed a sanctuary had been opened for terrapins which had become very popular during the 'Teenage Ninja Turtle' phase.
From then on, Proteus went from strengh to strength and gained its charity status during 1999.

Not only do we provide sanctuary for unwanted reptiles, but we also provide holiday boarding facilities and an adoption service for people wishing to give a home to one of our animals rather than buying one from a pet shop.