Friday, January 22, 2010
Responding to a call from a concerned RSPCA supporter, RSPCA Inspectors Aaron Purcell, Courtney Milton and Flett Turner entered the waters at Werrington Lakes to save a White Faced Heron that had become entangled in fishing lines.
The above photo shows the successfully rescued White Faced Heron, plus RSPCA Inspectors Aaron Purcell and Courtney Miltion (with Flett Turner out of shot driving the boat).
Well done RSPCA NSW Inspectors and thank you to the concerned member of the public who reported the Herron in distress.
Thursday, January 21, 2010
Some of the other types of animal available for adoption at the RSPCA
When people think of adopting an abandoned or surrendered animal from the RSPCA most think of puppies, kittens, dogs, cats and pocket pets. But a variety of animals come to the RSPCA needing good homes - including birds and farm animals.
At the moment our Sydney Yagoona stable area is almost at capacity with the following animals available for adoption:
* 2 Quails
* 4 Lorikeets
* 1 Cockatoo
* 1 Horse
* 1 Pony female, 5yrs Roan
* 1 Small young male goat, grey & white
* 1 Small yong adult male goat, tan & white young, desexed
* 1 large black female goat (gets on really well with horses!)
* 8 Sheep - Merino, adults & 2 young adults. One of the young adults is extremely friendly.
* 9 Ducks varying ages, some came to us as ducklings
* 2 Hens
* 1 Rooster (bantam)
* 1 Goose
If you have the appropriate property size, permission and commitment to be able to adopt any of the animals above, please contact RSPCA Sydney Yagoona on 02 9770 7555. Thank you.