Rebecca Judd makes impassioned plea to help Australian wildlife caught up in ...

Rebecca Judd has made an impassioned plea for people to help Victorian organisation Vets For Compassion. 

On Wednesday, the 36-year-old took to Instagram for an immediate call to action, imploring her 879,000 followers to dig deep to help out the Australian wildlife caught up in the devastating bushfire crisis. 

'I know everybody has donated their hearts out this summer but I'm asking if you can find a dollar more for Vets For Compassion...' she wrote. 

'I know everybody has donated their hearts out, but I'm asking if you can find a dollar more': On Wednesday, Rebecca Judd made an impassioned plea to help Australian wildlife caught up in the devastating bushfire crisis

'I know everybody has donated their hearts out, but I'm asking if you can find a dollar more': On Wednesday, Rebecca Judd made an impassioned plea to help Australian wildlife caught up in the devastating bushfire crisis

The Jaggad founder continued: 'VFC are a smaller Victorian organisation and were authorised to fly the first two vets into the affected areas...

'They've been working around the clock ever since, tracking and treating injured wildlife. They have months of work ahead of them and need our support. 

'While they are small, they are always the first go-to for authorities in these situations and as you can see, they are doing an amazing job.' 

Bec, who is married to former AFL star Chris Judd, went on to showcase a heartfelt gallery of images showing the important work carried out by Vets For Compassion.

Too much to bear: 'I know everybody has donated their hearts out this summer but I’m asking if you can find a dollar more for Vets For Compassion...' she wrote

Too much to bear: 'I know everybody has donated their hearts out this summer but I’m asking if you can find a dollar more for Vets For Compassion...' she wrote

Help is needed: 'VFC are a smaller Victorian organisation and were authorised to fly the first two vets into the affected areas...' said Bec

Help is needed: 'VFC are a smaller Victorian organisation and were authorised to fly the first two vets into the affected areas...' said Bec

The road to recovery: 'The koala eating the puréed eucalyptus leaves via a syringe brought back so many memories of my time feeding my sick stroke and TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) patients at The Alfred in a very similar way,' said Bec

The road to recovery: 'The koala eating the puréed eucalyptus leaves via a syringe brought back so many memories of my time feeding my sick stroke and TBI

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