Andy To The Rescue
September 11, 2014 | Michael Spence
We started off the week with a call from the RSPCA rescue unit on Monday, somebody spotted a stray cat (Woody) approx. 15 meters high in an Ironbark tree. The bark on this tree is really rough so the cat would have found it easy to climb up but obviously became scared when he’d realised how high he’d climbed. So with our crew only a few suburbs away Andy headed over to see if he could help. Andy climbed up and reached Woody who looked very pleased to see him, he then placed him in a box and lowered him to safety. Wood should be reunited with his owners by now, hopefully he decides climbing trees isn’t for him.
We’ve rescued a few cats and birds from trees in our time, even a 3 wood golf club!
We’ve got a special on our fresh mulch at the moment, so Koren’s been busy in the office promoting that this week. We’re delivering a truck load for $240.00 when we are in the local area! It seems people are busy getting their gardens ready for the summer heat. I use our mulch in our garden at home, and it’s a great cheap way to retain moisture in the soil and keep your plants and trees healthy.
We’re all counting down to the 1st weekend of October (3rd-5th) for the annual QAA Arbor Camp. This year it’s located at Ewan Maddock Dam on the beautiful Sunshine Coast. There’s going to be a load of activities for the kids such as Kids Tree Climbing, Crate Climbing Comp, petting zoo and LOADS more.