Tuesday February 10 7:30pm
This week on RSPCA ANIMAL RESCUE, inspectors find more neglected animals in the care of a known offender; a kangaroo refuses to budge; and the fire brigade are called in to help rescue a cat stuck down a drain.
In Melbourne, inspectors Allie Jalbert and Natalie Linney follow up a complaint about a man hoarding rabbits at his house. Previously, the RSPCA removed rabbits living in appalling conditions at the same address. The owner has ignored the RSPCA’s advice and now conditions are even worse for more than 40 rabbits residing in the house.
Meanwhile, ambulance officer Amanda is called to rescue a kangaroo trapped in an industrial estate in Brisbane. A battle of wits follows as Amanda attempts to move the reluctant kangaroo to safety.
Still in Brisbane, ambulance officer Shawn Jansen is called to rescue an old cat that has been trapped down a drain for the past two nights. The owner is distressed as the cat has not had any medication for its flu. Shawn climbs into the drains to coax the cat out but is unsuccessful and calls upon the help of the fire brigade.
Narrated by ANTHONY FIELD, RSPCA ANIMAL RESCUE follows Australia’s RSPCA inspectors as they rescue, protect and prevent cruelty to the animals of Australia.