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Thylacine lutruwita, located at 553 Pass Rd, Mornington TAS 7018, is a now-closed wildlife care facility that was dedicated to providing compassionate and professional care to injured wildlife in Tasmania. As a registered charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission, Thylacine lutruwita operated with a commitment to the well-being of its animal patients and the preservation of Tasmania’s unique wildlife.

Although Thylacine lutruwita is no longer operational, the legacy of its work continues through ongoing funding support for wildlife initiatives in Tasmania. The Elsie Cameron and Elsie Flood Foundations have redirected their funding to enhance access to wildlife primary care and build specialist capabilities, ensuring that the mission of caring for Tasmania’s wildlife remains a top priority.

Thylacine lutruwita also played a significant role in promoting responsible pet ownership through its Feline Fix service, which provided affordable cat de-sexing services in southern Tasmania. While the Feline Fix service is currently on pause, plans are in place for its return in the future, reflecting the organization’s enduring dedication to supporting the welfare of both wild and domestic animals in the region.