This orphaned greater galago (bushbaby) arrived at the Lilongwe Wildlife Centre over the weekend. He is doing well to recover from a stressful transition and the sanctuary team are hoping to release him back into the wild in the next few months.
Take a look at the project here: http://bit.ly/2IwkBZg
We have an amazing story to share! Elise was driving home one night last week with when a stray dog ran out into the street. She was immediately concerned that the dog would get hit, so she stopped right there and scooped him up. She brought the dog straight to Animal Care where we checked for identification. Luckily, she had a tag securely attached to her collar with her owner's information. Her dad, Alan, was called and rushed right over to pick her up. Her name is Millie and she had managed to sneak out of the door. We want to thank Elise for getting Millie back to her owner who was thrilled to have this sweet girl home from safe and sound. We love when dogs are reunited with their owners. Thank you Elise for this happy ending. ❤️
P.S. Alan was inspired to become a volunteer at the shelter!
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Here is Rose being a bad bird and standing on the food shelf 🙃 She figured out she could get up there after we babysat Alexa Hen (a.k.a. the fearless flighted Cornish, a.k.a. @maddie_babble's troublemaker) back in the winter. Alexa Hen is also the reason Rose now knows how to walk down staircases instead of just up them, which is both adorable and extremely annoying when she barges past me and takes off for the living room. Rose is over three years old and will forever be my rambunctious toddler. 🐓💞🧻 She's also a testament to the absurdity of several myths about her breed, including that Cornish Cross chickens will collapse under the weight of their own bodies and/or flip over dead by six months of age. Bred to be slaughtered at six weeks, referred to by the pejorative "broiler" in the industry (and unfortunately by some animal advocates), Cornishes can still actually live up to 10 years with appropriate care! So I will let Rose remain her toddler self as long as possible 💫
you were the love I never had , u were the baby I never had , you were a family member, a friend , a loving soul
It's one year now since u passed away , nothing is the same without you and I miss you everyday 💔
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SERVICIO DE REFERIDORES
Yolanda Rodriguez 👩🏻💼 es la veterinaria encargada de la atención al referidor. Indautxu ofrece este servicio desde hace más de un año, y consiste en atender a los veterinarios que refieren casos a nuestro hospital 🏥 y hacer un seguimiento de los mismos.
Yolanda está visitando las clínicas del País Vasco, Cantabria, Navarra y Burgos, de esta forma la información fluye de una forma más dinámica y directa con nuestros compañeros veterinarios.
Si aún no conoces el servicio, contacta con nosotros y solicítalo ✔️.
It was such a privilege today to meet and help treat Jalu, the koala who suffered burns in the bushfires that are raging across Australia.
Today @dralexhynes and I delivered the much needed medical supplies that were purchased with the funds raised by her joint Go Fund Me campaign with @animalemergencyservice to the hard-working and dedicated team at the @currumbinwildlifehospital. Being one of the busiest wildlife hospitals in Australia, treating over 11,000 injured wildlife per year they are in constant need of assistance.
We brought with us antibiotics, pain relief, anaesthetic agents, burn cream and bandaging materials, all of which will be used up very quickly in this busy hospital.
The great news is that Jula is on track to being released back into the wild.
You can still donate to the Go Fund Me (link in my bio) or you can donate directly to the @currumbinwildlifehospital (link in their bio). Thank you to everyone who has supported us so far. ❤
The NEW online Wildlife First aid and Rehabilitation Diploma is of value to anyone wanting to gain valuable knowledge to enable them to rescue, rehabilitate and release injured wildlife.
This comprehensive course aims to provide learners with the skills necessary for administering first aid to wildlife.
This course includes an optional 1 week or 2 week practical held at a front line and award winning wildlife rescue charity that assists sick, injured and orphaned wildlife across East Sussex.
For more information and to enrol visit our website
Supermarket was involved in a hit and run and brought to the house of ARC’s founder in the middle of the night paralysed and terrified!
Once at ARC she just wanted to follow all the humans around and so ended up with injuries from dragging herself around.
A kind supporter bought her this wheelchair from our Amazon Wishlist, enabling her to run and play and come on walks with all the wonderful ARC volunteers. This has drastically improved her quality of life!
Supermarket will likely stay with us for the rest of her life. For us to be able to maintain the highest possible care she deserves we need sponsorship of monthly donations.
Just £3/€3/$3/₹300 a month can help Supermarket stay happy and healthy into the future. See the link in our bio to donate 🧡💚
Throwback to an awesome experience, feeding, bathing, and playing with rescue elephants at a elephant sanctuary on phuket. This tour was a tricky one, we had to do a fair bit of research to find a truly ethical sanctuary like this. This particular one was a startup that provided refuge, medical care and an onsite vet to ensure these rescued elephants were undergoing proper care.
What you see when you find a group of students obsessing over kittens. Our RSPCA based Animal Studies students sure do get to work with some gorgeous 🐈 🐕🐓🐩🐁🐇🐑. If you would like some of the same - applications are now open for our 2020 intake. See our bio link (RSPCA ACM30117 Cert III in Animal Studies) for more info.
Each year, thanks to your support, Seattle Humane serves more than 7,000 pets. But there's one other *su-purr paw-some* group of people who make this all possible: our Animal Care team!
Seriously, they do it ALL, from administering medications to welcoming transferred pets to facilitating doggie play groups. They even help with marketing ideas, decorate the shelter, and visit TV stations to speak on behalf of adoptable pets. Not to mention, with the help of our dedicated volunteers, they care for every pet — dogs, cats, and small critters — every day. They go above and beyond to make sure that each animal's individual needs are met, providing the animals with the love and attention they deserve.
And for most, their work doesn't end when they clock out from their shift. Seven of our Animal Care team members have pets they've adopted from Seattle Humane, and 10 (!!) of them are active foster parents. We also have former Animal Care Associates working in nearly every department, as many of them started their career in shelter work by working in Animal Care.
Please join us in thanking our furbulous Animal Care team for the nonstop, amazing, emotional, vital, necessary, wonderful, life-saving work they do each day! To say that every one of them is passionate about animal welfare and the work they do is an understatement.