Express Wildlife Rescue looking for new home after complaints to City of Wanneroo


Wildlife carer Andrea Marzi (Wanneroo) with Bubba Blue. Picture: Martin Kennealey d453457
Wildlife carer Andrea Marzi (Wanneroo) with Bubba Blue. Picture: Martin Kennealey d453457

WILDLIFE carer Andrea Marzi is desperate to find a home so she can continue her animal rehabilitation work.

Ms Marzi, who runs Express Wildlife Rescue, said she was asked to remove rescue animals from her Wanneroo rental, where she had lived for eight years.

She is unable to take on animals and has given her existing wildlife to regional centres temporarily until she finds an alternative residence.

“When I can’t bring them in it makes it really, really hard,” she said.

“I need to bring them in to treat them.”

She said she would ideally like a rural property but had a limited budget.

“I’d like some place to move to for my joeys and animals,” she said.

“Otherwise I will lose my animals.”

City of Wanneroo acting planning and sustainability director Mark Dickson said compliance officers met with Ms Marzi on March 1.

“The City has received a number of recent complaints from the neighbouring properties regarding smell and an infestation of rodents that we are currently investigating,” he said.

“This matter is the subject of an ongoing investigation.”

To help Ms Marzi, call 0417 926 130.