ABVC Rangers - Projects
ABVC regularly has cats, kittens and dogs looking for homes and the Rangers make flyers, organize e-mails and help find new homes for all animals temporarily in their care.
They will spread the understanding of over-breeding of animals and the way to prevent this by taking preventative measures, they will assure awareness of consequences of leaving a pet animal back on the street when leaving the country.
3 Shetland Pony's
3 Shetland pony yearlings who needed help desperately after their initial Rescue by Laura of Posh Paws and are now part of the Rangers group project. The Rangers have provided shelter, dedicated time and in turn take care of the daily chores in helping them recover fully
They now have names, Jip, Twister and Spirit. Spirit has been quite ill and has received special care of equine Veterian Liesbeth of Europets Veterinary Hospital who showed compassion for the little guy and was very professional in her approach towards his illness.
2 little birds...
2 little birds of the street found and brought in by clients have found shelter within the Rangers group. Although great care was given and one bird was about to fly, unfortunately both did not make it.
They are sensitive and difficult to bring up within the house and it is too hot to keep them outside.
Ranger work is therefore not always fun, it is a learning curve of successes and unfortunately also failures.
3 little hamsters
3 little hamsters who were unable to move with the family to their new destination and for whom the original family could not find a new family have found a place at the ABVC Rangers care centre.
Brought in to be put to sleep the Rangers stepped in and prevented this ordeal from happening. Right now in the ABVC Rangers care center they can be temporarily homed by rangers on rota base or can be adopted in full.
Each hamster will come with full information on care, feeding and husbandry provided and made by the Rangers-members under ABVC nurse supervision.