Cee4life is in the process of gaining permission to deliver a series of conservation education programs to refugees throughout the Central Pacific.
Welcome to Cee4life
Cee4Life is a grassroots Not-for-Profit Organisation with a portfolio covering important missions to do with wildlife protection and conservation in Australia, the Greater Asia and Asia-Pacific regions and other areas globally.
We, as humans, strive to live in
a compassionate world,
enriched with biodiversity,
in harmony with each other and with wildlife.
Everyone, as global citizens from all backgrounds, live with awareness that wildlife and environmental health is vital to both humanity and the health of Planet Earth.
- Assisting the street cat population with humane care, rescue, and rehome when possible. This project incorporates trapping, Vet checks, taming, rehoming discarded urban street cats to ensure lowered impact on native species population and humane aid to the homeless cat population.
- Rescue, rehabilitation and release of injured marine species
- Community clean up and monitoring of marine front bike pathways and immediate beach front areas and fishing spots. Disposal of fishing line and other litter in appropriate bins.
- Education to the fishing community on best practice conservation – effects of discarded fishing line in the marine environment, methods for disposal of fishing line
- Assisting homeless dogs shelter with various care needs and rehome when possible
- Rehabilitation of injured native species – rescue, rehabilitation and release (where possible). When release is not possible due to injuries, a ethical home/sanctuary is found for them.
Cee4life does not promote the euthanisation of any animal. It is our policy to save as many animals as possible and rehabilitate for release or rehome.
Euthanisation will only be considered if the animal has any or all of the following criteria:
* If the animal has sustained severe injuries, in pain, has no healing capabilities, and no quality of life,
* If the animal has a crippling disease that has left it unable to rebound to health leaving it with no quality of life,
* If the animal has a disease that causes rapid degeneration/pain/reduces quality of life or is a threat to native species population,
* If a Veterinarian has investigated all possible treatment and the animal continues to deteriorate and suffer.
- Wildlife and Education progam/event for India 2017
- Wildlife and Education program/event for Thailand 2017
- Animal welfare and education program/event Australia 2017
- Ongoing rescue work
Keep checking back on our website for details of presentations, events and programs!
An ex worker of Animal Adventures USA, approached Cee4life with evidence and witness account of stomach churning animal abuse and neglect. Cee4life is urging the USDA (United States Dept of Agriculture) and FWC (US Fish and Wildlife Commission) to act immediately and humanely.
Cee4life has provided the Department of National Parks Thailand with all information and contacts regarding the confiscation of tiger body parts entering Australia by a former volunteer Tiger Temple staff member.