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Happy Friday! Here's a feel-good story for the weekend 🙂
During the bushfires our Santa-paws photographer/WIRES carer/bird photographer Angela brought us a corella that was suffering from severe burns and smoke inhalation.
She had been dubbed 'Cinders' and remained in Angela's care for a year with regular visits to us for bandage changes and physiotherapy.
Last month after lots of TLC from Angela, Cinders was well enough to be released!
Thank-you to Angela for taking Cinders on and letting us be a part of her recovery ❤ And thank you to our clients who donate towards WIRES, all the funds from our Santa-paws photoshoots went towards Angela's wildlife work for patients like Cinders.
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5 days ago

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One of our new vets, Dr Molly, with one of the smoochiest cats ever - Bernie.
He was just flopping around asking for belly rubs the entire consult!
Bernie is a rescue from Alice Springs 😸
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1 week ago

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Handsome boy we have dubbed ‘Bean’ is moving on to bigger and better things with @maggiesrescue .
A member of public had noticed him wandering as a stray around an abandoned property. They brought him to us just for a microchip scan, he didn’t have one but he was also entire and looked like he had been living it rough for a while. we decided to desex and treat him as necessary including full blood tests, microchipping, urine tests and cuddles 😉
We will miss you Bean but you deserve a loving home off the streets !
Our ability to take on and treat strays is dependent on our workload and if we have space in our hospital - a lot of the time we always have a litter (or 2) of stray kittens so we are usually at full capacity but in this instance we had room for Bean❤️
Please contact your local cat rescues if you suspect a stray cat needs help!
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