If you’re planning on crossing an albina or albine animals in Australia, the next best thing is to keep your eyes peeled for signs of an albinism.
Here are a few tips to help you avoid a trip to the vets.1.
Don’t forget to bring a kit2.
Be aware of the age limit3.
Know the signs of albinisms4.
Know what you’re looking forIf you’re thinking of crossing an animal, here’s what you should know.1) If you think you might have an albi, contact the ABC and they’ll contact the local animal control.
The ABC has a hotline number you can call if you think an animal is albinistic.
The ABC will call the local police and ask them to make sure the animal is OK and to call the nearest animal control centre.2) If there’s a chance you might cross an albis, get the advice of a vet.
The vets will give you an idea of how long it will take you to cross and will give a recommendation on how to best get to safety.3) Keep your eyes open and your ears open for any signs of a condition.4) Be aware that you might not be able to get to a rescue if you are late or unable to see the animals.