- Conservation Action and Education project for India 2019
- Conservation and Education project Thailand 2019
- Conservation and Education project – Indonesia 2017 – 2018
- Speaking Event Australia 2018
- Ongoing rescue work
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One of Cee4life’s ground staff observed a seagull struggling with fishing line wrapped around its feet. A rescue mission began immediately to relieve the gull. The discarding of fishing line in the oceans is far too common in Australia. Dont throw your fishing line in the sea. Its death to marine life and sea birds.
This is an ongoing project where we will help rescue, rehabilitate, re-home or release the street cat population in Australia and abroad whenever we run into homeless, dumped or “born on the street” cat. We also provide education to potential cat owners/buyers on their responsibilities to animals under their care. The origin of most street cats has come from people who have dumped and abandoned a cat that they either bought or was gifted to them and for some reason they do not want anymore. This is an ongoing project since 2010 where we help wherever we can with these deserted, dumped homeless cat population.