Rules of conduct when meeting with wild animalsolha.dovhopola
Rules of conduct when meeting with wild animals:
- Remember: – There are no safe animals. Any contact of a wild animal with a person is dangerous both for it and for you
- If you see a wild animal – watch it closely. Do nothing, just watch. Do not try to feed or catch her.
- If the animal is a baby (chick), do not touch it. Parents are unnoticed; they take care of their baby.
- If the animal does not run away when approaching a person, it is possible that he has rabies. Do not touch such an animal. Yes, even if it’s a cute cat.
- If you see that an animal is injured, it is bleeding – tell the adults. Prepare a box, a towel, put on gloves, and let the adults carefully put the animal in the box. Remember: an injured animal is under a lot of stress and can bite or scratch you.
- To decide what to do with the injured animal, consult with adults. You will need to consult a veterinarian and zoologist.
- Remember, when you take an animal home, you take responsibility for its life and health for many years. You become the owner of the animal, and you have to take care of it. Sometimes equipment and pet food can be very expensive.