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Published by magazine, 2017-09-26 20:16:05

DoggieRescue Cats E-Magazine October 2017_Neat

ADDRESS : 2 Mc Cowan Rd, Cnr. Bloodwood Rd, INGLESIDE. 2101
OPEN: 10am-5pm Tuesday-Sunday

DoggieRescue PHONE: 9486-3133

NO KILL
SHELTER

OCTOBER
2017

Issue 16

Is that a

SPIDER…

Scary!

Meet handsome
Logan & his bonded
sister Levi inside...

www.DoggieRescue.com


2 OCTOBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE

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What’s inside: Published
MONTHLY

FROM MY DESK 2 Dear Readers,
By Monika Biernacki 3
4-5 Logan introduces our E-Magazine for the October
INVITATION TO ADOPT A FUR KID issue, watching all the spider webs growing around him.
Please ADOPT, don’t SHOP! Hmmmm…..his mate Levi is not letting that happen to
her! Come and meet this bonded pair and other pairs
TWO SPECIAL KITTIES & THEIR BOND eagerly waiting for a family to love them. Halloween
OF LOVE By Deb Rouse might just cast a spell on you!

SHOWCASING DOGGIERESCUE’S 6-7 Our featured bonded pair this month are Merida and
Toby (see p4) . Merida is our DoggieRescue Magazine
GORGEOUS BLACK & WHITE KITTIES cover girl this month looking very spooked in her
Halloween outfit. It has been a long while since we have
DANDELION GIVEN A CHANCE TO 8 had one of our kitties featured on the front cover of our
BLOOM By her new Mum Shona... doggie magazine and Merida does it so elegantly ( see
photo on p5 )! She is also getting her ghostly pal Toby
THE RSPCA DECLARES 90% OF CATS 10-11 into the swing of things but he was too spooked to be on
FAIR GAME. A don’t miss article!!! the cover!

FEATURING THE BEAUTIFUL KITTIES AT 15 We would like to say a very big thank you to
HAWKESBURY ANIMAL SHELTER PITTWATER ONLINE NEWS for featuring our
kitties. To read the article please click here.
BLACKTOWN ANIMAL HOLDING 16-17
FACILITY—Adopt a furry friend! 18-22
23-26
CAMPBELLTOWN ANIMAL CARE
FACILITY— Kitties needing homes!

DOGGIERESCUE HAS BUNNIES—Did
you know ? Meet them and fall in love!

Email: magazine@doggierescue.com


OCTOBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE 3

DON’T BUY FROM A PET SHOP
ADOPT FROM A SHELTER!

Give a homeless CAT/KITTEN a forever home

PIE ( WAS PIRATE )
mr_pirate_cat on instagram

“ When you foster a rescue
cat because he is old, blind,
a bit slow at getting around,
and just wants peace and
quiet to sleep all day... and
it turns out the cat is actually
mad, plays every waking
moment, to make up for all
those moments he never
got, and is super duper
affectionate. Welcome
aboard, Pirate!” Meaghan
a failed foster carer…..

Nothing beats the joy of
being able to give a cat a
forever home. Come and
meet your next family
member at DoggieRescue.

“ I may have had a tough start to life, but I’m now loving life
and playing 24/7 at my fur-ever home” Pie Howard

DoggieRescue.com. Ph. 9486-3133 http://www.doggierescue.com/adoption_cat.htm



INVITATION

TO ADOPT A FUR KID

— OCTOBER 2017 —

All cats come desexed, wormed, F3 vaccinated, FIV tested and micro chipped
. Adoption fee is $220 each.

If you are interested in meeting any of our kitties, please fill in the Cat Adoption
Questionnaire and email it to cats@DoggieRescue.com


4 OCTOBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE

• Feline FEATURE TWO SPECIAL KITTIES AND THEIR BOND OF LOVE

Merida Sometimes Written by
& Toby Deb Rouse
people ask me if
Merida and Toby These two bonded kitties are just
really need a 18mths old and are a delight given that
home together… they have been in several situations
since they were born. Toby is intelligent
Here's photos taken by our volunteer which says it all - please and inquisitive, and Merida is a
share and spread the word that these gentle little ones are still charming cuddler, together destined to
seeking their forever home together. be your best friends forever. Toby came
to Doggie Rescue so young he needed
Email: cats@doggierescue.com to be fostered by Tia, a “Mum” cat, until
he could grow and be strong enough on
his own. (Thanks Tia for looking after
Toby when he was so little!)

Toby is considered hearing-impaired,
however his ears twitch to lots of
sounds, including thunder, which
indicate he is hearing frequencies we
can’t tune into. He lip-reads and
meows to us, also letting us know, he
knows, we can hear him. Toby also
really, really, enjoys the red laser toys
or the sun light bouncing off of shiny
surfaces. His eyes are very intensely
watching the reflections, and we can
only wonder what UV light rays he is
seeing, that we can’t... Is he seeing 3-D
holographs or just a rainbow of addi-
tional colours?

Merida came to us by herself, also
small and looking for fur-company: like-
minded but also interested in play. She
quickly “buddied” with Toby as they
were the same age (January babies).


OCTOBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E- MAGAZINE 5

Do you have double the space in your heart for giving
these two rescued kitties a forever home?

Merida adores being cuddled and given affection, just to close-by. As Toby is hearing impaired, he relies on
herself. She appreciates tummy rubs and is a lap sitter, Merida and it is important that both are kept indoors and
just wanting someone to sit still enough for her to sleep in safe outdoor enclosures.
for hours alongside you.
These two are very easy to care for, both returning
They have been with us a long time now, and while affection and showing their appreciation of being
fostered for a short while are now part of our “kitty tribe” in a caring environment. A gentle family setting
on the northern beaches. The two of them are very will be an excellent match! Are you looking for
much bonded, still preferring the company of each other such softie fur-friends to be part of your family?
over others, still sleeping and snuggling together or
CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO

Beautiful Merida was chosen
as our main cover girl in the
October 2017 DoggieRescue
Magazine.

Sponsors: “ I cannot adopt a
cat but want to help! ” Grant
Rogers & “Just ‘cause you’re
a good boy!” Jane & Romeo


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• Feline FEATURE SHOWCASING BLACK & WHITE KITTIES

Black & White cats are... so
pretty & just sheer delight!
But a kitty or two coloured

almost pure white,
With just a dabble or two
here & there of black…
Would you find a lovelier

cat...Than that?

“Jiminy (above ) & Pinocchio”

Jiminy 1yr & Pinocchio 1yr White/Black Males (bonded brothers) Sponsors: Somewhere a loving
home waits!” Lesley Cansdell & Titch the cat & “In loving memory of Joey & Rosie!” Pat Broderick & Big Joey
Angelica 1yr B/W Female She needs time & love. Sponsor: “Hoping you find a loving home!” Jody Redler
Tommy 1yr Black/White L/H Male & Lil 1yr Black/White L/H Female (bonded siblings ) Sponsors: With
love from Breanna Todd-Wilson & “ I hope you find a happy home soon!” Doris the cat
Astro 1yr B/W Male & Annabelle 1yr B/W Female. A bonded pair of siblings who love and rely on each
other. Sponsor Astro: “ A house is not a home without a cat!” With love from Sylvia Raye

For more details or to arrange a meeting please email: cats@DoggieRescue.com
CLICK HERE TO SEE MORE PHOTOS/VIDEOS & LOTS, LOTS MORE!


OCTOBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E- MAGAZINE 7

“ Tommy” “ Lil” “ Astro” “Annabelle” “ Angelica”


8 OCTOBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE

Wooohooo…
I’m adopted

Dandelion given a chance to bloom...

Hello Readers, Main photo at top: Dandelion with
her new family Colin, Tobin, Shona
We recently adopted Dandelion & Carmody...CLICK HERE to see
and have discovered she likes more of Dandelion
BBQ chicken, sleeping in her four
poster bed on her soft blankets, • ADOPT—DON’T SHOP
she likes to be patted and her
tummy rubbed and she purrs
very loudly.

Dandelion is patiently waiting for
her outdoor cat enclosure to be
built, in the meantime she sits by
the window and watches the
world go by. Dandelion Meows
VERY loudly to greet us in the
afternoons when we get home
and likes to sit and watch TV with
us not quite ready to sit on our
laps but happy to sit beside us.
When my son has friends over
she is very happy to sniff and let
them all pat her and often lays
down in front of visitors as they
arrive to tempt them to say hi to
her . We are so glad we picked
her. regards Shona


OCTOBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E- MAGAZINE 9

Breeders Choice cat litter pellets

99% recycled paper - no additives/chemicals
www.breederschoice.com.au

Captain 7yrs Ginger/White William 10mths T/W
Male. A gentle, quiet puss. Male Playful & very loving.
Sponsor: “ For our Rainbow Seeking loving family to give
Bridge Mob.” Colleen & Ron him a kind home.

Brick 10mths Tabby Male Tennessee 10mths T/W “Our kitties appreciate clean litter trays, many
thanks to Breeders Choice for their kind donation
A very handsome boy! Male Very sweet natured. of kitty litter, and trial bags are being given to the

LOGAN & LEVI CLICK HERE adopters of our kitties! ” Deb
FOR MORE
Logan ginger/white Male & Levi PHOTOS, Sponsor: Love
black /white Female have joined us VIDEOS & from the 4
at the shelter (many thanks to their LOTS,LOTS Kane Kitties
foster carer for previously taking care MORE...
of the brother and sister ).

Logan is a very social boy, a real
"softie" and lap-sitter. Levi is the
braver one. Are you looking for a
couple of "softies"? They need a little
bit of special care as they are FIV
cats: keeping them safe & warm,
feeding well, and no stress please..
much like other cats. They are close
to 1.5 years old and very bonded to
each other. Please email
cats@doggierescue.com if you are
interested in meeting them to start
a long term relationship.


10 OCTOBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE DoggieRescue would
like to thank Saving
The RSPCA declares Pets.com for this
90% of cats fair game incisive article on the
for an abusive death RSCPA’s campaign to
declare feral cats a
pest species.

www.savingpets.com
Click here to read more

“ The RSPCA NSW
released a new campaign
in September which
features a cute

promotional video;

Which links out to a
campaign page—
www.catballads.org. This
page features a bunch of

interesting ideas. ”

• A pair of undesexed https://www.catballads.org/

cats can lead to 20,000

offspring in just two years. Desexing prevents these unwanted pregnancies.

• Only 10 per cent of cats are micro chipped. That means 90 per cent of lost cats in NSW

are unlikely to ever find their way back home. It’s never too late to get your cat chipped.

• Only 3 per cent of lost cats are returned to their original home. 75 per cent of cats have

no official owner. Protect your cat, or take responsibility for one in your area.

• 35,000 cats end up in shelters, pounds and rescue groups every year in NSW.

• 80 per cent of cats in the care of RSPCA NSW have no microchip, collar or tag and

cannot be identified.

“The most interesting stats in this, from the position of cat advocacy
and management are probably these two; 90% of cats aren't chipped
and 75% of cats aren't owned. ” Quotes Saving Pets.com

Last month the RSPCA released a position paper, sponsored and paid for by the Threatened Species
Commissioner's department. And the recommendations will absolutely horrify you.


OCTOBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE 11

The very first recommendation - literally recommendation numero uno - is "declaring
feral cats as a pest species"... "across all states and territories".

But why? What would be the benefit of declaring feral cats a pest species? The paper
goes on to explain as quoted below;

Declaring an animal as a pest species places restrictions on movement, keeping, sale
and release of that species. It may also require landowners to control or destroy
declared pests on their property or to notify authorities about their presence.

It also provides legal protection for landholders undertaking trapping and poisoning,
although this also means there may be less incentive to choose the most humane
methods available.

In those states that have not declared feral cats as a pest species, people who under-
take control measures may risk prosecution as these activities may contravene animal
welfare legislation, as some control measures will inevitably result in animal cruelty.

“So in this instance the RSPCA is advocating for less welfare protections for a known group of animals.
Hang on, take a moment to think about that for a second. Our major animal welfare group is
advocating for less protection for a group of animals (cats who have been labelled "feral") and more
protections from prosecution from cruelty from those who seek to kill them.”

“In fact, they're going even one step further. By advocating that cats labelled "feral" are declared
a pest species, landowners are compelled by law to destroy these animals. No one can save
them - no one can remove them from an area where they might be harmed, nor can they be re-
leased (TNR). By law, a cat labelled "feral" must be slaughtered under RSPCA recommendations.
The RSPCA is lobbying for legislating expanded cat culling. Our major animal welfare group. But that's
not even the end of it. The RSPCA goes on to recognise that by compelling these landholders to kill
these cats, and protecting these same landholders from prosecution under welfare laws, that is known to
incentivise using less humane methods to kill cats. It decreases welfare outcomes, for cats.”

Quoted: “Just like that, the RSPCA has thrown - by its own admission on cat populations - up to
9 out of 10 cats, to the mercy of local council officers and landowners, while recommending that
they be compelled to kill these cats, and be immune from prosecution under welfare legislation.”
Royal Society for the PREVENTION of CRUELTY to Animals? Read the full article below.

http://savingpets.com.au/blog/the-rspca-declares-90-of-cats-as-fair-game-for-an-abusive-death


12 OCTOBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E- MAGAZINE

• • • Feline FEATURE By Deb Rouse

TAKE CARE OF ALL CATS

AT HALLOWEEN!

Black cats are a well-known symbol of the “scary” things associated with Halloween. Did you know that
sources attribute that to two (not too intelligent) men in the middle-ages, when they thought that an old
single woman was capable of turning into a black cat, and that is how witches and black cats were aligned.

Black cats do not deserve the
“unlucky” or “evil” labels that
people with superstitions may
use. We all know that the
colour of a kitty cannot affect
its behaviour and that “cat
people” do not exist other than
the people who love caring for
kitties in rescue shelters!

Happily today we now treat
Halloween, black cats and
witches with a sense of
humour and fun.

• Halloween started Biggest myth about black cats:
during the Roman period they bring bad luck or are evil.
(or maybe before?) to
honour the departed. Just on any firecracker night, or on New Year’s Eve with the fireworks,
we recommend that you take extra care with all your pets, and keep them in
• Mexico and other around the period. Unfortunately there are people we cannot trust who will hurt
countries celebrate the any animal regardless of its colour.
“Day of the Dead” which
these days is a huge
celebration of fun at fairs
and with entertainment
troupes.

• And, in the last
century western
society has turned this
night into a family
celebration, with lots of
fun to be had pretending
to be scared and
partying.


OCTOBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E- MAGAZINE 13

I don’t know what
my family would
do without me to
amuse them...LOL

By Deb Rouse

Fun attributes of black cats:
• Black is always “in” and

considered stylish and
sophisticated
• You can boast to people you own
a baby panther or jaguar!
• Black fur shouldn’t show on your
black dress, black jumper, black
furniture, black…

Well established fact about black
cats: they are least likely to be
adopted because of superstitions
and also as they are not easy to
photograph well.


14 OCTOBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE

ARE YOU READY TO SAVE A LIFE TODAY? CLICK HERE!

DID

YOU

KNOW

ONLY

3%

of

CATS

IN POUNDS

GO HOME?

THE POUNDS ARE FULL OF ABANDONED CATS—MANY OF THEM PREGNANT OR VERY YOUNG KITTENS
FAR TOO TINY TO SURVIVE WITHOUT SPECIAL CARE. OF ALL THESE 1,000’S OF CATS ONLY 3% WILL

BE CLAIMED. THAT MEANS FOR 97% OF ALL CATS IN POUNDS ANY DAY COULD BE THEIR LAST.
HOW CAN PEOPLE JUST DUMP THEIR CAT…AND WALK AWAY?
The cats featured over the next eight pages are cats or kittens who are still in pounds on Death Row.


OCTOBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E- MAGAZINE 15

HAWKESBURY 10 Mulgrave Road, MULGRAVE. NSW
ANIMAL SHELTER
• Monday to Friday 9 -12 & 2 - 4.30

• Saturday 9:30 -11.30 Sunday 7:00 - 9:00
Closed PH Phone: (02) 4560 4644

ANIMAL SHELTER CLICK HERE! https://www.facebook.com/FriendsHCAS/


16 OCTOBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE

Imp.3791:
CLIFFORD
3-7yrs Male
Click for more
images

CLICK FOR
VIDEO

Imp.3571 : CHARLIE
1-3yrs Male
Click for more images

Scary CLICK
FOR
VIDEO

Imp.3764: CHESTER Click to see who
3-7yrs Male Click for is hiding behind
more images the pumpkin!

Imp.3527: JACK SPARROW
3-7yrs Male Click for more images


OCTOBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E- MAGAZINE 157

Phone: HOURS : Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
(02) 9839 6161 Saturday 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Sunday 9:00 am to 11:00 am
(Closed Public Holidays )

Only 3% of lost cats go home,
That’s enough to haunt you!

CLICK HERE TO SAVE A LIFE!

Imp.3776 : LACEY Imp.3692 : ORIELE
6-12mths Female 1-3yrs Female
Click for more images Click for more images


18 OCTOBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE

HAPPY HALLOWEEN

This can’t
be real...

Imp: 5721 LEXIE
Size: Medium Gender: Female
Colour: Tabby Age:4yrs
Due Date: IMMEDIATE SURRENDERED

CLICK HERE FOR COMMUNITY HELPING CAMPBELLTOWN POUNDCATS


OCTOBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE 19

ALL TREAT, NO TRICKS!
THESE CATS ARE SPELLBINDING

Location: 2 Rose St
(off Blaxland Rd),
Campbelltown 2560

Contact: Animal Care Facility Office Opening hours:
Business hours phone: 02 4645 4790 Monday: 9:00am - 3:30pm
Tuesday-Friday: 9:00am - 3:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am - 12:00pm

Sunday: Closed Public Holidays: Closed

CLICK HERE FOR WEB SITE TO SEE ALL AVAILABLE CATS & KITTENS


20 OCTOBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE

ANIMAL Imp: 5675 CLICK HERE
CARE Size: Small Gender: Female
FACILITY Age: 4mths
Rehoming Priority HIGH

CLICK HERE FOR WEB SITE BH phone: 02 4645 4790


OCTOBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE 21

CLICK HERE TO SEE VIDEO Imp: 5627
OF TURK Size: Medium Gender: Male
Age: 7 years +
Rehoming Priority HIGH

CLICK HERE FOR COMMUNITY HELPING CAMPBELLTOWN POUND CATS


202 OCCTTOBBEER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.CCOMM CAATTSS EE--MMAAGGAAZZIINNE

ANIMAL Imp: 5722 Female Ginger
CARE Due Date: 30 September, 2017
FACILITY
Imp: 5697 Simbel Male Ginger/White
Rehoming Priority HIGH

CLICK HERE FOR WEB SITE BH phone: 02 4645 4790


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OPEN: 10am-5pm Tuesday-Sunday

DoggieRescue PHONE: 9486-3133

OCTOBER
2017

Issue 1

NO KILL
SHELTER

Bewitching bunnies.

Meet adorable Pinky & all her friends inside...

www.DoggieRescue.com


24 OCTOBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE
VIDEO : CLICK HERE

NUGGET & PIPER BONDED PAIR

For more information on adopting Nugget & Piper, or any of our rabbits CLICK HERE
or call 9486-3133 or email: Monika@DoggieRescue.com


OCTOBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE 25

ADOPT Copyright 2017:
A
Pinky DoggieRescue.com
BUNNY! Permission is given to
reprint for educational
There’s… purposes only, provided
that DoggieRescue.com
Cute Pinky, Magazine is acknowledged.
our flower child
Bambi, black & Published by:
beautiful Lucky. DoggieRescue.com
ABN 49098918471
And...
Lucky Address: 8 Chiltern Rd
Midnight, black, Ingleside NSW 2101
sophisticated, Phone: 9486 3133
shiny delight, or 0429 044 484
and sweet Peter
& cuddly, pretty Editor, Advertising,
Snowflake. Typesetting, Layout &
Design: Corinne Daw
They are all Email: Magazine
so cute … @doggierescue.com

WHY NOT Bambi Photography: Kim Bernotas,
ADOPT 2? Deb Rouse & Oznur Mezgil

Advertising: 9746-5446

Printing: SPOTPRESS
9549-1111
www.spotpress.com.au

DISCLAIMER: The point of
view that is expressed by
some contributors in their
respective articles does not
necessarily reflect that of
the Publisher, Editor.
Advertising for services and
products appearing here is
accepted by the Publisher
and Editor in good faith.
However the Publisher and
Editor give no guarantee or
endorsement of products or
services, nor the advertisers
will fulfill their obligations.

CLICK FOR VIDEO

Midnight Peter Snowflake


No - Kill Charity Phone 9486-3133
Volunteers welcome!

Great big spiders,
that’s what I see...
And ghosts trying to
get a hold of me!

And in dark places,
are scary faces…

But I know it’s
just Halloween,
so it is not even
fright - en- ing!!!

NUGGET… where
are you?

CLICK
HERE

If you are interested in adopting Piper (& his mate Nugget see
photos page 24), or any of our beautiful rabbits please visit:

http://www.DoggieRescue.com/adoption_rabbit.htm
Or call Monika on 9486-3133 or email monika@doggierescue.com


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