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This afternoon a feisty juvenile crimson rosella came in after being found injured and unable to fly. There is some damage to the left wing, but it's been a bit hard as yet to establish if it's broken. This littlie is having some quiet time in the aviary to rest up tonight, safe from predators. If he/she makes it through the night but still can't fly, it will be off to our vet for a full assessment. Sadly sometimes the shock of any trauma they've experienced, plus human handling and care to help them can at times be too overwhelming for wild birds.Rest up and stay strong and feisty little one! ... See MoreSee Less
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It's time for a "Saturday morning Snuggle" post! A look back on one of the countless snuggle pics captured here over the years. Hopefully these weekly warm and fuzzy flashbacks brighten your morning and start your weekend off on a positive note. โคToday's snuggle pic is of Venus, Sammy and Moby, taken shortly after their rescue. โค๐Ÿฅฐ ... See MoreSee Less
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On this day in 2015, Hamish came to Gunyah to live. He was abandoned by his mum shortly after birth and needed urgent care. He is by far the snuggliest sheep I have ever personally met. He loved nothing more than sitting on your lap or laying on top of you and really snuggling into you. This became a bit of a problem the more he grew. I can remember at least one occasion where I wondered how I was going to get out from underneath a rather large sleeping sheep!Hamish is still a gentle, cuddle loving boy, but thankfully he prefers to stand for them these days. He also loves his buddies and more than anything, he loves treats.Happy Gotcha Day, Hamish! ๐Ÿฅณ๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽŠ ... See MoreSee Less
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The horses had a change of scenery today, as they spent some time grazing in the house paddock. Whewell couldn't help himself. He just had to come over to see what all the fuss was about. ๐Ÿ™ƒ ... See MoreSee Less
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URGENT APPEAL: Help Save Gunyah Animal Healing Sanctuary! Gunyah Animal Healing Sanctuary, home to over 70 rescued animals, is facing a critical financial crisis. This sanctuary has been a safe haven for animals in need for over 24 years, but is now at risk of having to shut its gates forever.Rising living costs, damaging weather events, and a drop in donations have left Gunyah struggling to cover essential expenses like vet bills, feed, and infrastructure. We need your help to spread the word as we endeavour to raise $60,000 per year to keep our sanctuary operational.Ways You Can Help:1) Donate: Visit gunyah.org/donate to make a one-time or recurring donation. 2) Animal sponsorship and Gunyah merchandise are also available at gunyah.org/support/store3) Share this post: Help spread the word to as many people as possible.4) Comment and invite your friends and family to help us continue caring for these beautiful creatures. 5) Corporate Sponsorship: Businesses can also support us. Learn more about the benefits at gunyah.org/corporate-sponsorship.Every contribution, big or small, will make a significant impact. Your support can ensure that Gunyah continues its vital work. Thank you for being a hero for animals in need. ๐Ÿถ๐Ÿฑ๐Ÿด ๐Ÿฎ๐ŸทWith heartfelt gratitude,Kathy & the Gunyah Volunteers#SaveGunyah #AnimalRescue #AnimalWelfare #GunyahSanctuary ... See MoreSee Less
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