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May 8, 2021

Animals suffer as bushfires burn

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With bushfires raging and temperatures soaring, we must all do what we can to relieve the suffering of animals, birds and bats.

Please ensure you leave out water, buy some bird feed, and bats love apples and bananas – even though it’s hard to string their food high enough.

Our non-human friends are doing it tough. Their future survival depends on caring humans. We can all do something.

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