Meet Dr. Oisín Tracey. He’s an emergency veterinarian from Perth, Australia who has been sharing totally adorable photos of himself and some of the equally adorable animals he’s helped. His Instagram account @pawsomedoctor has over 25K followers and features photos of himself with cats, dogs, bunny rabbits, birds, and various other animals, plus a few solo shirtless selfies sprinkled in for good measure.
Speaking to GayStarNews, Dr. Tracey says, “I identify as gay, but I consider myself on the spectrum as I’ve dated and had meaningful relationships with women before too.”
When asked what his favorite part about his job is, he replies: “The kisses! I remember while I was training, our family vet used to joke that veterinary is the only profession that it is not considered impolite to get kisses from your patient/client. It’s so true though, when you get a happy puppy in that just wants to lick your face or a cute cat that just wants to cuddle, it brightens your day!”
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Such a beautiful creature, the Australian Hobby Falcon ? . . . Unfortunately, due to a wing injury she is unlikely to ever be re-released into the wild but she's coping really well with human contact and hopefully might make a fantastic education animal someday, helping us educate the public on birds of prey!
Delighted to announce that I've started a Blog, in collaboration with @cityofperth that's all about this beautiful city with which I've fallen in love and the wonderful pet friendly spaces it has. So please check out my DEBUT article, link in my bio! This week I've been exploring the wonderful King's Park and all it's offering, including @BotanicalCafePerth, @Frasersrestaurant, @AspectsofKingsPark and the Aboriginal Art Gallery. #cityofperth #PerthShopping #PerthCityLife
It''s been a hectic two months, holidays with my brother, my parents coming to visit, finding and moving house or a difficult work rota and so my training and diet hasn't been where I want it to be, and as a result my energy levels and mood haven't been great. But that's okay, I'm an optimist, which means I know that a step backward after a step forward, isn't a disaster… It's the cha cha!