Major Projects Undertaken

The Animal Hospital

Our animal hospital is finished and has power, hot/cold water, washing machine, clothes dryer, fridge, freezer, coffee making facilities for the volunteers and a great range of cages for the sick or quarantined animals.

We still need to extend the hospital, make an exercise yard for the smaller animals to use during the day.

The Great Cat Rescue and Relocation

Jacqui received contact some years ago from a lady who would like to remain anonymous.  She was concerned about a group of beautiful cats that had been dumped by a beach.  Over the next few months this lady spent every day trying to capture the cats and transport them to the Sanctuary.  Even though the feral cat population is an enormous problem, this lady wanted to make a difference for this one colony of feral cats that she had become quite fond of.  A total of ten cats were captured and now call Big Ears home.

A new cat enclosure will need to be built at the Sanctuary.  If you would like to help out with this remarkable attempt by one lady to make a difference in these cats lives, then please head to the Donate/Shop page and make a donation to assist with another enclosure.  Or you can sponsor one of the cats which will allow Big Ears to have the cats health checked, vaccinated and de-sexed.  Below are a couple of the cats.

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Photo of Brett building an extension to the cat enclosure.

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The Main Barn

The barn has been started with posts now in the ground.

July update the barn now has some colourbond on it.

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Myxomatosis – please help in anyway you can, see the following links for further information

www.radicalrabbit.org
www.myxomatosis.com.au

Rabbit Spay-A-Thon

After a thorough rabbit audit we have the following bunnies that need sponsorship/donation so that they can be spayed. Having a female rabbit (doe) spayed is incredibly important, not only in terms of behaviour like litter training but also to combat uterine cancer which 85% of female rabbits will get if left un-spayed.

Thankyou to all who have sponsored a rabbit we have nearly all our rabbits spayed.