15 Nov '11, 10am

Singapore vets to aid animals affected by Thai floods #Singapore

Singapore vets to aid animals affected by Thai floods #Singapore

Two Singapore vets from Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS) have been dispatched to Bangkok to aid animals which have been affected by the floods. They will bring along drugs, injection needles and an anaesthetic machine to assist their Thai colleagues in providing medical care to animals, as well as snake hooks and nets to help capture escaped reptiles. Animals have been known to escape from their enclosures after flood waters inundate the areas where they are kept in. In Pattaya, an urgent hunt was launched after at least 20 crocodiles escaped from a flooded farm. Director and Group CEO of WRS Isabella Loh said they were happy to assist with flood rescue efforts through medical supplies and vet resources. "We will continue to assess the situation together with the Thai conservation groups, and determine further levels of assistance needed. In the meantime, WRS is committed...

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