hi my name is julie bradshaw about 4 years ago my dad adopted me a dolphin called jigsaw unfortunatly my father has pasted away there for i no longer have jigsaw i do wish to adopt her again and i would also like too know how she is getting on if you could email me and let me know how much it is too adopt her again and how i go about doig so and let me know how she is doing that would be great many thanks Julie Bradshaw
Thank you for your message and for your support of WDCS through your adoption of Jigsaw.
I'm afraid Jigsaw is no longer on our adoption programme as she has decided to make her home outside the area that Charlie Phillips monitors. She has chosen to move further south to the St Andrews area and all reports from the research teams down there suggest that she is doing just fine.
We do have some new dolphins to choose from though and there are some great characters among them like Mischief, Thunder and Spirit.
If you visit www.adoptadolphin.com you will find all the information you need.
You can sign up online for a direct debit of £4 per month or an annual payment of £32.50 for an adult adoption or £24.50 for an under 14s adoption.
I will send you this information in an email too just in case you don't check back on this blog.
Once again, thank you for your kind support and thank you for thinking about adoptiong again. I do hope you find a dolphin that you'd like to adopt! It's the commitment and enthusiasm of supporters like you that enables us to carry on working to protect these amazing animals.
All the best
hi, i was jujst wondering how jigsaw was doing to and her little baby she i think called puzzle :-)so thank you . x
Jigsaw and her friends spend a lot of time now down the coast at St Andrews where she has been seen by our friends at St Andrews University. She appears to be doing fine but unfortunately we cannot give you any news about Puzzle as he or she was a young dolphin when they moved away and the markings on his or her dorsal fin will have changed a lot making it impossible for us to recognise him (or her)as this is the only reliable method we have. Sorry.