Toronto veterinarian Scott Bainbridge, who recently returned from tending to injured wildlife in Australia, said despite crafters' best intentions, some of their creations aren't well suited to treating wounds. Lewd caller targets underage Calgary babysitters, police issue warning. Australian bushfires unite craft lovers to stitch pouches, mittens for burned animals. She's also part of the Canada Crafting for a Cause Facebook group, where artisans raise funds for Australian wildlife organizations by auctioning off items such as crocheted koala stuffies and joey pouches that have been repurposed as shopping bags. Patenaude started the Mississauga Makers for a Cause Facebook group to provide resources for crafters looking to outfit local wildlife, often retrofitting patterns designed for Australian critters.
Zoie. Age: 31.
He also noted that koalas need the dexterity of their hands to feed themselves and grip branches.
Haven. Age: 23.
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