Calypso, our AWL Eurobodalla branch special black pussycat, has been in tune this week as pet of the week on radio 2 EAR FM.
We hope to re-home this gentle 14-month-old cat to a loving new owner at a reduced price of $100. AWL Cats: Kitty, 6, a white tortoiseshell, Pussy, 4, a dark tortoiseshell, Emma, 5, blue and cream tortoiseshell, Emmy, 1, a mackerel tabby and Gabbi, 4, a classic tabby, are ready for new homes. AWL Kittens: Both Zoe, black, at 6 months, and Carlotta,black, at 5 months, are at special sale prices. AWL Dogs: Great news that Nugget has found a new home.
All pets are microchipped, vet checked, de-sexed, and vaccinated. Please call Elaine on 0410 016 612 for pet queries or details about the October 22 Garage Sale trail where all goods purchased will help our Eurobodalla AWL.
AWL Far South Coast
The AWL Far South Coast Branch at 0400 372 609 also has pets for adoption and the AWL “Calendar of Second Chances” is now available at Montague Vets.
Animal Welfare League NSW Far South Coast Branch also have several older cats available for adoption including Steffie, the year old DLH (pictured) Kitty the 8 years old DMH Tabby cat, Sox the 7 months old Tabby and white DSH, Blue the grey male DSH, Spooky the black 6 years old DSH, and Misty the grey female 6 years old cat.
Spike the 6 year old Foxy x, Buster the year old small mixed breed dog, Digger the 8 months old male Kelpie/ Blue Cattle, Reuban the 10 months old male Bull Arab x, Shadow the year old Lab x staffy, JD the 3 and a half years old male J Rx Staffie, Pebbles the 15 weeks old female JR/mini foxy Dixie the 15 weeks old female black and tan Kelpie x and Sparky the 15 weeks old tri coloured male pup.
The cost of dogs over 1 year is $350 which covers, de-sexing, microchip & lifetime Rego, vac, worming, tick & flea treated and vet check. An extra vaccination is included for pups so the cost is $375. There are several other dogs & cats on our waiting list to be rehomed so please call 0400 372 609 for more details check our Facebook page www.facebook.com/AnimalWelfareLeagueFarSouthCoastBranch
Why Desexing is Necessary: There are so many dogs and cats being put to sleep every day because there aren’t enough homes for them, so why would you add to this number if you don’t have to. If you need financial help to de-sex your pet please visit your local Veterinary clinic for a subsidy application form.
Subsidies are provided through the fundraising efforts of members of Animal Welfare League NSW Far South Coast Branch.
Helpful Hints: As part of caring for your dog is ensuring that it has a safe, secure environment in which to live. Constructing an adequate fence around your property protects both your dog and your neighbourhood. Remember, this is a Council requirement. Failure to provide adequate confinement could result in a fine.