Molly was taken to surgery to do further investigation, and found her left eyelid had been torn half off! Dr Amanda determined that there was enough healthy tissue remaining to save this little Tawnys eyelid. With some steady hands and super delicate sutures later, she was looking good as new.
Wildlife Hospital for NSW South Coast
$10.00 - $100.00
The South Coast of NSW desperately needs more help with Australia's native and marine animals. Nearly 3 billion animals were killed or displaced in the fires of 2019-2020. This, combined with the impact of climate change, has caused devastating losses.
Dr Amanda sees many native animals rescued by wildlife volunteers that require urgent treatment and care. Endangered sea turtles, injured sea birds, helpless penguins, and a range of native animals are missing out on life saving, critical veterinary help. Dr Amanda can do more to help, but she needs the funds to do it. The dream is to create a facility with a purpose to treat and care for Australia's native and marine animals.
Please help support Dr Amanda in her passion for helping our native animals! No amount is too small!