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    I've taken them to the vet before. They'll normally advise if they can help or not.

    It is sad when that happens.

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    I just read it's gone but our vet takes injured wildlife and passes them on to someone who looks after them and then releases them back where they were found.

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    If it happens again, take it to a vet. If it's a native bird, they'll probably fix it up if they can, or euthanise it if they can't. They will not charge you. An avian vet is an even better idea if you can google one in your area.

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    Coming in a bit late, but wanted to say that you can take it to the vet, call a wildlife carer or call the parks and wildlife people. Who you call will likely depend on the state of it. Same with lizrds.

    With the cat, my cat stays inside. He's fine with that. It keeps him safe, it keeps the wildlife safe from him, and inside cats have a longer life expectancy.

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