Possum Teat Moulds At Half Price
Now $10 but stocks limited
Sorting out some teat moulds for sale
Hello fellow Wildlife Carers
I hope you are having a great Easter
Once again I apologise for the delay in availability of our stainless steel teat moulds
We relocated from QLD to NSW at the end of May 2017 and have not had a shed to work in since then. The building of our new shed is now complete. The electrician has completed all the electrical installations as of yesterday and we can finally fit out the shed and get back in production. Thank you all for your patience during this long wait.
GRAB A BARGAIN
I have been sorting through my teat moulds as we are almost ready to get back into production of our stainless steel moulds
Our moulds have evolved over the years and designs have changed as we have made adjustments and improvements. Consequently we have some odd sized moulds that are available for sale. These P1 moulds are for making teats to feed small Possums. I am selling them as the body of the mould is a little shorter that the bulk of the moulds we now have in stock and we need to keep everything uniform
Be Quick – Place your order NOW or miss out
There are a limited number available at this bargain price of just $10 each. If you want them please call me on 02 66888197 or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know how many you want. There are 15 in stock
The P1 teat on the far left of the picture shows how this teat fits on a 25ml or 15ml glass bottle. Our new moulds now have a longer body but the nipple size is still the same.
SYRINGE TEAT MOULDS FOR SALE
We have some syringe teat moulds for sale in small numbers. There are 7 of each size featured in the photos below. Cost $5 each.
Be quick as these won’t last long
FEEDING SMALL ANIMALS
It is always useful to have some tiny teats in your kit as they useful for feeding a variety of small animals including Bush Rats, Gliders and Bandicoots.
I can remember an incident about 18 years ago before I started making teats. I had a small furless Wallaby come into care. As I was very inexperienced I arranged through my coordinator to pass the animal on the next day to an experienced carer. I only had one tiny teat that was suitable for this small animal. Unfortunately I dropped it on the floor and it must have fallen through the cracks between the floorboards as it completely disappeared. I had to adapt a much larger teat to give the tiny one some hydration fluids. After that episode I vowed to always have plenty of teats in my animal kit bag. Shortly after that I began making my own teats and the business slowly grew by word of mouth. Today I send the wildlife teats I make all over the world.