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Would you love to adopt a pet but are not currently in the position to do so? You may like to consider virtually adopting one of our long termers, medical cases or permanent residents. Some of our long termers have not yet found the right home and will remain in our care until they do so. We have a no kill policy so animals may be with us for a week, months or years. They may have medical issues or get overlooked for younger animals. Permanent residents often have complex medical issues that makes them un-adoptable. When you virtually adopt a pet, you will receive monthly updates of your virtually adopted animal including photos and details of what they have been up to.

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Popeye has been in the care of North East Animal Sanctuary Tasmania since his mother gave birth in November 2017 at NEAST headquarters. Popeye's mother had cat flu whilst pregnant, meaning that only two kittens survived out of the litter of 4. It also meant that Popeye was born with an undeveloped eyeball that required surgery to remove. He is now a permanent resident of NEAST.

POPEYE

(Nelfie does not respect his personal space.)

DEAN

Patch has been in the care of North East Animal Sanctuary Tasmania since May 2018. Patch is approximately 12 years old and came into our care through the local council to prevent him being euthanized after living on a chain for 9 years. Being an older dog and also a very active one has meant that Patch is still searching for his perfect home.

PATCH

Selina came to us as a stray kitten early 2018.

Selina has had a rough trot with ongoing issues that we have one by one gotten on top of just in time for the next to start.

Firstly she had undefined pain in her back that after xrays and tests was resolved with a stringent drug routine.

 

Then strange urinary issues that after multiple testing was resolved with dietary changes.

 

Now she has been diagnosed with Gingivostomatitis and she has had all her teeth out, minus the front canines and little front teeth which will need monitoring to ensure they don't also become inflamed.

SELINA

(Snuffly!)

SAWYER

Selina

To virtually adopt me, set up a regular donation of your choice through paypal and send us a message to confirm your email to receive updates.

Selina came to us as a stray kitten early 2018.

Selina has had a rough trot with ongoing issues that we have one by one gotten on top of just in time for the next to start.

Firstly she had undefined pain in her back that after xrays and tests was resolved with a stringent drug routine.

 

Then strange urinary issues that after multiple testing was resolved with dietary changes.

 

Now she has been diagnosed with Gingivostomatitis and she has had all her teeth out, minus the front canines and little front teeth which will need monitoring to ensure they don't also become inflamed.

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