This is a photo of Kellyville Pets' Christmas 2017 donation to the Animal Welfare League NSW;
This a photo of Kellyville Pets' Christmas 2016 donation to the Animal Welfare League NSW:
And here's a photo of Kellyville Pets' Christmas 2015 donation to the Animal Welfare League NSW:
Kellyville Pets claims to be "one of Australia's Largest Pet Stores" and are a member of the Pet Industry Association of Australia (PIAA).
Our store is voluntarily audited via Animal Welfare League so that we can ensure we remain compliant with Animal Welfare codes, but we mostly strive to exceed them. (ref)
Kellyville Pets' collection of in-store doodles can be seen here.
Our managing Director has recently joined PIAA as a retail director to help improve the standards within the pet industry. (ref)
But who is the Managing Director? John Grima.
Who readers of this blog will recognise from a previous blog "Who is the Pet Industry Association of Australia (PIAA)?" as the guy who wants to build a $841,000 mega-puppy farm breeding facility to supply dogs to his Kellyville pet store.
The Animal Welfare League NSW has taken nearly $35,000 in three years, from a man who is at the exact same time trying to gain approval to build a mega-puppy farm facility to stock his pet store, and while simultaneously being legally responsible for auditing his company for welfare compliance.
Complaints can be directed to the Animal Welfare League NSW at firstname.lastname@example.org