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Sue Roo to the Rescue

Wildlife Article taken from The Biscuit magazine
Injured wildlife on Australian roadsides is an all too familiar sight for most of us. Here at the RSPCA, we do the best we can to respond to calls about injured animals, but we don’t do it alone.

This article is from The Biscuit magazine.

A wildlife carer of 15 years, Sue Allan is the Florence Nightingale of injured and orphaned Australian wildlife. She has rehabilitated approximately 170 marsupials and counting!

RSPCA Rescue Team attend to calls about injured wildlife in Queensland

Recently, the RSPCA Rescue Team responded to a call about an injured Kangaroo that was spotted wobbling through a caravan park after being hit by a car, losing its mother and bearing a broken foot. Against all odds, thanks to immediate medical care, her joey Rosemary, miraculously survived and is slowly being nursed back to health by the caring hands of Sue.

Found injured wildlife or unsure of what to do next? Call 1300 ANIMAL. You can also help us fund our wildlife protection team by donating to the RSPCA’s Spring Appeal


Jessica McLaughlin
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