When it's not raining cats and dogs, vets try to treat wildlife — and bear the cost themselves

As veterinary clinics are small businesses, injured wildlife presents a conundrum: the animals don’t look like the usual pets seen by most vets, and no-one’s paying their treatment bills. But that doesn’t stop many vets doing their best to help, writes Bronwyn Orr.

Source: ABC Livestock
When it’s not raining cats and dogs, vets try to treat wildlife — and bear the cost themselves