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Date:9/22/2014 1:16:52 AM
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Sorry we have not been around in so long mum has been so busy with uni work and just fionished the semester last week, since then she has been sick with the flu and neck strain. Aroo is going well, he's going to the vet to get his wing x-rayed and then if everything is ok he will go to the flight avairy for flight practice and then will be released!! Its great your mum catches the ferals and strays that have been abandoned and finds them homes, its so very very important that homeless cats are taken off the street. They have a incredibly severe impact on our native fauna are also living a tough unforgiving life by themselves on the streets. People just think they can feed strays and thats ok, but the amount of native animals they kill is so severe that it really does affect the numbers of native animals in the wild, especially endangered creatures like frogs, lizards, small mammals and birds. Cats are wonderful creatures but belong in loving homes, and not alone in the wild, like all animals! Mum does the same with the ferals in her area. They get caught and then sent to go to the cat protection society to be rehomed and rehabilitated. Being a wild life career mum is so depressed over the feral cat situation. Over 60% of the resuces, injuries and deaths of natives are caused by cat attack. Even if the cat only gives a small scratch, the animal will still die within less than 2 days if it is not administered antibiotics as soon after the attack as possible. This is because all cats carry lareg amounts of toxic bacteria in their saliva which causes the attacked animals system to shut down. Its so sad when we cant get to them soon enough to stop the death process. We hope all is well, here is a vote and keep up the good work helping out the wild native animals xo
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