Killing pound pets isn't 'business as usual' anymore, and you made that change happen!
Half of all stray cats caught by WA councils end up dead. But that's not the worst of it.
Animal advocates protested last week against the number of pets being killed at Mornington Peninsula Shire’s Community Animal Shelter. The shelter has been criticised for its high-kill rates and for limiting the public's access to adoptable animals
Camden Council unanimously voted to have Camden’s Animal Care facility declared a No Kill shelter.
People donate to animal welfare charities because they want to see our most vulnerable animals protected. Which is why the RSPCA NSW is asking people to donate to their #ClosePuppyFactories campaign.
By excluding statistics from the annual report, the RSPCA WA works to keep supporters in the dark.
What if all councils recognised that their community gives them animal management funds to protect - not abuse and kill - pets?
Liverpool Council will operate Renbury Farm Animal Shelter as a no-kill facility, after a motion to amend its policy was successfully passed last week.
The ‘Matchmakers Project’ is designed to pull enquiries into the PetRescue communications system, so they can better track WHO is adopting, and create a 'donate-to-PetRescue' solicitation strategy to target these people too.
Singleton Council pound (NSW) is what those in the animal rescue biz like to call a CRS... a Classic Rural Shitbox. Animals are exposed to the elements and the regular weather extremes of heat and cold.
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