Friday, 11 November 2011

Katherine Crosse at LSPCA

Dear Readers

On the 2nd November 2011, a week and a half ago from today, we received Katherine Crosse MRCVS from the World Veterinary Services to help with the setting up of the Veterinary Clinic as well helping to treat the animals too. Two weeks seems like a very short period but Katherine has been a great help in quite a number of things during this period; she assisted with the farm day in Dzenza, the spay and neuter clinic in Area 25, Rescues and Public call outs, reviewing and making an inventory of the drug supplies in the clinic as well as structuring their prices.

She has also left a foundation for the Standard Operating Procedures and reviewed clinic procedures paperwork to build on after she leaves. We have no doubt that she has left the LSPCA Clinic in a much better place than she found it. Thanks Katherine.

In addition to the domestic work, she helped in the treatment of some wildlife at a local wildlife centre; the health of a newly rescued baboon battling to survive was reinstated and carried out a life-saving finger amputation on a resident African green monkey that was caught up in interspecies squabbles.

Her two weeks stay has been greatly beneficial to the resident clinic staffers as time has been freed to focus on less prioritised facets of the practice since she arrived.

We would like to express our sincere appreciation to Katherine and the Worldwide Veterinary Services who made her stay possible. We look forward to maintaining this cooperation for the greater good of the animals.

Richard K Ssuna

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