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One of our clients who rescues colony strays is in urgent need of foster carers for kittens.

She is after people who are willing to put in the work to socialise these strays so they can be adopted out to loving homes. They are NOT feral/aggressive, just very shy and skittish as they have not been exposed to much human interaction.

We have taken care of desexing, first vaccinations and initial flea/worming

If you are interested please message us and we will pass on your details to the rescue coordinator.

If you are unable to foster please share this post! A lot of rescues are getting inundated with strays so any extra help is greatly appreciated💗
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Sweet little kitten Momo walked in on a harness ! She’s not even 1kg yet but is super brave sitting on our reception desk 😇 @ Summer Hill Village Vet ... See MoreSee Less

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⚡️⚡️How to do your part to help our local wildlife:⚡️⚡️

🐾leave out multiple shallow water bowls for birds and other wildlife to drink from (it is a good idea to also leave a small stick inside for animals to get out in case they get stuck in the bowl)

🐾try to keep your cats indoors as much as possible or put a bell on their collar to minimise the risk of them hunting wildlife.

🐾If you have fruit trees/bushes, consider leaving the netting off - many bushfire affected wildlife will be starving and in desperate need of food sources. Netting can cause injuries.

** If you do come across an injured wildlife please do not hesitate to bring it to our clinic for treatment, if you are unable to catch the animal then call WIRES (1300 094 737) for assistance **
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