PLEASE HELP THE ANIMALS IF YOU CAN. PLEASE KEEP FORWARDING TOO.
URGENT MASSIVE HELP NEEDED FOR PEOPLE AND WILDLIFE !
This is a time when Care2 can make a difference in helping Australia !
One look at this http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2009/02/bushfires_in_victoria_australi.html
and you know : we have to make that effort in contacting as many people as possible who can donate, send medicine and bandages...
Act now : www.wildlifevictoria.org.au
Keep sending this to all people you know please, thanks
lets all help out by passing this along
URGENT PLEA - Please pass on to your animal loving friends & ask them to do the same.
My dear Care2 Friends
I live in Pheasant Creek (Kinglake community) of Victoria, Australia. We have been ravaged (& in some places still are) by bushfires of unimagined ferocity. I can't begin to describe the devastation & suffering... I don't want to! In Vast areas around us its like a never-ending black & white photo - black trees, white ash; no life.
The loss of life & property is overwhelming (we are still counting the dead). But we will never come close to knowing how many animals - pets, livestock, wildlife - have perished. For all those that have died there are as many in urgent need of rescue, medical attention (or a merciful end to their suffering) & ongoing care.
The little koala above demonstrates the desparation of surviving wildlife.
If there is anything you can do to help, please visit wildlife.com.au or other sites associated with the Victorian Bushfires appeal & the animals affected. There are so many pets & livestock in desparate need too. PS My family & our beloved pets (except for a few burnt paws), & our home were all spared.I will try to get back to you with updates & if any of you have questions I will answer those I can.Thankyou for caring. Julie KThis is a live link to help the wildlife and carers, who are just now, being allowed in the burnt areas to retreive the injured animals that have survived..it is estimated that over a million have perished.This is an opportunity to be really active in helping,IF everyone gave just a couple of dollars it could add up to thousands..for those who can't afford to donate, please forward..Thank you..Cherylwww.wildlifevictoria.org.au
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