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Hugs, Drugs and Choices: Helping Traumatised Animals

Rosie, like a real-life Babe, ran away from an organic piggery when she was only a few days old. She was found wandering in a car park, highly agitated, by a family who took her home and made her their live-in pet. However, after three months they could no longer keep her. She was relocated to

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RSPCA Urges Residents to Help Keep Native Animals Safe After Spike in Hospital Admissions

A native animal hospital in south-east Queensland says it is having to treat more than double the number of animals it was four years ago. RSPCA Queensland said 21,723 native animals had been treated this year compared to 8,500 in 2013. In response the Wildlife Hospital at Wacol, west of Brisbane, changed its nine-to-five opening

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A rescue of a different kind

Surfers couldn’t believe their eyes, as reported by Alex Lazcano for Daily Mail Australia on 7 September 2014. Two surfers, Scott Dennis and Jason Finlay were in the water surfing at Brawley Point on the south coast of New South Wales when they spotted what looked like an animal in the water. The surfers thought

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