IN 2016, an otter cub who was made homeless by Storm Imogen was given a second chance at life thanks to Secret World Wildlife Rescue.

Immy was found washed up on a river bank after the storm, which caused damage across the region in February of that year.

The cub, who was described as "feisty", was taken to the East Huntspill rescue centre and cared for by Josie Nott.

Speaking at the time, Josie said: “She’s been through a rough experience, but thanks to the quick actions of her finder, Immy is now doing really well.

“She’s a feisty little girl and is very playful and noisy with her high-pitched peeping.”

The charity works day in, day out to help sick, injured and abandoned animals. This includes everything from foxes to badgers to birds, hedgehogs and more.

They don't receive any government funding and rely totally on the generosity of the public to continue their vital work in protecting Britain's wildlife.