The Currumbin Wildlife Hospital is now able to treat injured wildlife faster, thanks to a generous donation from Wires.
The wildlife rescue organisation has provided the hospital with a dedicated rescue vehicle to help get assistance to injured animals as quick as possible.
In addition to the vehicle, Wires is also covering the costs for emergency wildlife rescue responder Amy Wragg.
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Amy told myGC she rescued 10 animals during her first two days with the vehicle.
“I have done a lot of birds that have been road trauma, kangaroos and paddymelons that have been hit by cars, and a couple of koala rescues also,” she said.
Check out the vehicle and learn more in the video below:
If you want to help the hospital continue to treat, rehabilitate and release wildlife, the Currumbin Wildlife Hopsital Foundation’s is running a Wildlife Recovery Raffle.
There is over $20,000 worth of prizes up for grabs and all funds raised will go directly towards providing care for the 12,000+ patients that come through the hospital doors each year.
Tickets start at $25. For more information, visit: rafflelink.com.au/cwhf2020