Animalia Wildlife Shelter urgently needs funds to feed the animals in its care and provide medicines and treatments to many of its patients. Between 1500-3000 animals are responded to each year by Animalia Volunteer Rescuers and many of them are victims of predation, car hit or electrocution. We rely heavily on fundraising and donations to continue the work we do, we currently receive no government funding or assistance. Animalia is hospital/home to wombats, wallabies, koalas, possums, gliders, penguins, pelicans, fruit bats, ducks and many waterbirds. Many of these have come into care due to loss of habitat and the continued degradation of the environment. We rehabilitate injured wildlife, return it to the wild where it belongs, this is our honour and privilege to do.