THIS IS WHY Network for Animals exists! Your help is urgently needed!
These photos show a minuscule fraction of the astronomical tragedy animals are facing RIGHT NOW during Australia’s catastrophic bush fires. Burnt, terrified and in pain, a baby wallaby seeks comfort from his mother and a caring human.
At least 7.5 million acres (an area larger than nine of US’ states and nearly a quarter the size of all of England!) have been burned in New South Wales. As many as 480 million mammals, birds and reptiles have been affected. Many animals who survive will die later because of a lack of food and water.
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Sometimes, a picture is worth a thousand words. Sometimes, like now, hundreds of thousands of words. These images tell a harrowing story of death and destruction.
NFA is there in terrible situations like this all the time, fighting to save animals and end cruelty. Hurricanes in the US. Earthquakes in the Philippines. A nuclear reactor meltdown in Japan…
We have rushed funds to volunteer groups sanctioned by the Parks Victoria government so they can help more animals – there are so many in need. This is a crisis of massive proportions for animals and we need your help to end the heart-breaking suffering that is taking place right now as you read this.
If you are an animal lover, and we know you are!) please donate today to Network for Animals. We can’t save them all, but we really, honestly do our best for animals wherever and whenever we can. Will you rush a donation today?
For the animals,
Brian and Gloria Davies (and Max and Flora!)
Network for Animals