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Published by magazine, 2015-07-30 20:34:05

DoggieRescue E-Magazine August 2015_Neat

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

PHONE: 9486-3133

Vol.11 No.130
AUGUST 2015

ADOPTIONS: DOGS 11,392
CATS 181

Angelique and Bert Volunteers welcome
are a bonded pair who
need a home together.

Read their story on
page 10

www.DoggieRescue.com

2 AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

DoggieRescue.com FROM MY

Magazine See this video: https://youtu.be/CAwtdM892lE

DESK By Monika

Biernacki

Featuring over
200 homeless
doggies & many
cats & kittens...

What’s Inside?

Feature Articles: Published
MONTHLY

WINTER WARMERS - Meet 7 DR doggies 6-7 “ Our cover pair Bert and Angelique have been
looking cute in their warm Winter jumpers... 8 waiting soooooo long for a home together. They are
sweet easy dogs, with no behavioural issues. I can’t
HAPPY 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY Little Brynn understand why they have not been snaffled. They
Wright is celebrating with her bestie Arctica are child friendly dogs who would suit grandparents,
especially those that might be wanting to slowly
DR NEWS FLASH – Announcing the DR 2016 9 introduce their grandkids to happy friendly dogs and
Calendar Competition Winners! 10 get them comfortable around dogs.” Monika

SPOTLIGHT ON BERT & ANGELIQUE Our Dear Readers,
adorable cover doggies need a home...

SADIE - After a few traumatic days lost she is 11 Bert and Angie don’t need a lot of exercise, just a
back at DR safe and well with her friends. 21 quick walk around the block with a visit to the park on
weekends with the grandkids. This little pair is used to
I’M COMING HOME ...We catch up with Percy living with cats and are happy to be left unattended.
Tang. Don’t miss his happy ending story. They do not stress. They just need a little bed to
share! Bertie does want his dinner on time though.
FAILED FOSTER CARERS - Meet Chris & 24-25 His belly starts to grumble and he starts making baby
Wendy who fostered, then adopted Reggie 42-56 noises. He is a funny little man. Angie is the cuddliest
little wriggle worm who loves to be picked up and
DOGGIERESCUE.COM RESCUEING CATS - likes giving you kisses. She is so affectionate. Read
Catch up on all the cat/kitten news... their story on page 10.

Every month: You might have noticed we currently have a resident
dog trainer Ceallai who has been working on some of
FROM MY DESK by Monika Biernacki 2-3 our dogs to make them more adoptable. Seb, p16 one
12-14 of our long termers is making more and more friends
Doggie Rescue UNLEASHED & and is willing to greet them. He is even saying hello to
DANGEROUS By Roland Briefrel some men which has been a great step. Seb would
progress much more quickly in a foster home where
UP CLOSE & PERSONAL— Featuring Ruby 33 he would get one on one attention daily. He is waiting
Kinninmont & her brother Pompey patiently……

Email: [email protected]

AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 3

Some of our dogs are also attending Libby’s dog training Monika with the
classes to progress reactivity on lead. You might gorgeous Estelle & Kiki
remember Libby who was our Kennel Manager some
years ago. She is now a full time dog trainer and gets Estelle Mini Wiry Terrier x Jack Russell 1-2yrs
involved with some of our more tricky dogs. She is also Female Sponsor:“To help you start your new life with
presenting dog training video nights for our kennel hands a loving forever family!” Desi Hendrawen
and volunteers to improve all our dog handing skills. Kiki Mini Foxy x Chihuahua 3yrs 3.9kgs Female
Sponsor: “ With lots of love & tasil wags!” from Lopez
We continue to get more old dogs than young ones so (ex DR doggie), Chilli, Pippy & Tess
our nursing load is increasing. We are delighted that Now you can subscribe to our magazine online!!!
some young professional people are thinking about a
mature dog, particularly if they are working long hours or http://www.doggierescue.com/merch.htm
living in an apartment environment. Such dogs are ideal
as you avoid all the chewing and barking habits. Look
where little 7yo Percy has landed (p21)!

Of course some of the dogs are very sick when they
come in and indeed become palliative care doggies.
Gorgeous Star is one of these. Read her story P19. We
give her the best care we can but that is not like a family
giving her the time of her life, whilst she is still able to
enjoy it. Can you make Star’s final days full of love?

Our magazine this month features some of our amazing
young supporters, the Neutral Bay School of Dance P23
and some of our young people like Sofia P22 who went
without birthday presents so the dogs got gifts instead.
Lovely Julia celebrated her 10th birthday cuddling and
walking dogs at DoggieWood. A team of kids from North
Turramurra Public School did a cake bake to raise funds
for the dogs. You young people are just amazing and so
compassionate about homeless animals.

We also continue to save lots of cats and kittens and our
adoptions have climbed to 181. Visit our web site to see
pics and videos of all our cuties. www.doggierescue.com

Until next time….. Monika

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I
Ceallai (pic with DR doggie Barnaby) is

N passionate about her work as resident

Dog Trainer for DoggieRescue. She

T says “Doggie Rescue’s aim is to make
these dogs adoptable. They come to us

H for a variety of reasons — marriage
breakups, a family going overseas, no

E longer wanted or lost — and often they

have behaviour issues that may make it

hard for them to find a new home.” See
N link below for the full Telegraph article

E

W http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/nsw/meet-the-angel-of-death-row-dogs-from-
S monikas-doggie-rescue/story-fni0cx12-1227436441307

Where is DoggieWood?

Ingleside Shelter is located at :
2 McCowan Rd, Cnr of Bloodwood Rd,
INGLESIDE. 2101

Open 10am — 5pm from Tuesday to Sunday
Phone: 9486-3133
www.DoggieRescue.com.au

CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO FOR IPAD READERS
Riley Foxy x 3yrs 9kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Rusty, Tasha & Sam!” from Robert Nauta

Which Sponsored Dogs/Cats found homes?

DOGS: Earl, Pugsley, Marshall, Percy, Buddy, Cassius, Dora, Paprika, Scoobie, Nigel, Thumbelina, Milly,
Cricket, Gemma, Dexter, Miffy, Whisky, Sunny, Dorito, Toto & Olive CATS: Vixen & her Kitten Wolf

AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 5

DoggieRescue has Leave a Legacy of Love
gone ELECTRONIC!

All the pictures, stories & doggies
you love are just a CLICK AWAY…

If you would like to receive a copy of our E-Mag
every month please send your details to email
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This exciting new direction will not only be cost
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many more animal lovers enabling more doggies
to find their forever homes.

Because you will always care.
Please remember DoggieRescue in your Will.

Send or call for your free brochure about leaving a
gift in your Will.

Mr/Mrs/Ms/Other
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Address

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Volunteer Jody is pictured giving lots of Please return to:
hugs to loveable DR doggie Bessie... DoggieRescue,
8 Chiltern Road,
Bessie B/ Collie x Husky 6yrs 19.5kgs Female INGLESIDE. NSW. 2101
Sponsor: With lots of love from Shona & Narice Or call 9486-3133
www.DoggieRescue.com Thank you

6 AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

BRRR WINTER: COLD winds, FREEZING nights & RAIN at times for days...

Did you know? Doggies exposed to excess cold can get
CHILLS, RESPIRATORY PROBLEMS & ARTHRITIS...

1.

Winter is upon us and if you spend any
length of time outside you will ‘rug up’

before you go but remember...

If YOU feel the cold it is highly likely
that YOUR DOG will be cold too!

1. Larry Foxy x Cattle 2yrs 7.2kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving 2.
memory of Pebbles, who was so very special!” Sigrid Lublow

2. Tessa Foxy x 2yrs Female Sponsor: “Wishing you lots of love
& luck this month!” from Lochie, Melinda & Brett

3. Dougal Terrier x 10yrs 12.3kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving
memory of Penny & Lucy!” Hannah

4. Jethro Maltese x 9yrs Male Sponsor:“ Wishing you very good
luck!” P. Tew

5. Aussie Red Cattle x Corgi 6yrs 7.9kgs Male Sponsor: “ My
fingers crossed for this month!” Lisa Suters

6. Judith Tenterfield Terrier 12yrs Female Sponsor: “ Sending
you love from Jamie & Rosie!” Pat Broderick

7. Kirby Foxy x Corgi 10yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor: “ Just ‘cause
you’re such a very good little boy!” Jane & Romeo

AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 7
Make sure that you keep your doggie snuggly WARM & DRY...

3. 4.
5. 6. 7.

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This is Bryn and Arctica [a stalwart pal of Bryn’s] road testing the new ramp.

Hello Readers, getting on the bed and the lounge. The last Council
collection I picked up a piece of this there and a piece of
In late June 2005 I adopted Bryn [Twix] and this year we that here and from blocks all around my neighbourhood
celebrated our 10th anniversary. Bryn is a lovely dog, I brought home ‘street kill’. The job is pure bush
well mannered, obedience trained and extremely carpentry since I don’t have the tools or the wood
affectionate, loved by me and my 3 Devon Rex. Bryn working expertise but it is solid and it works and that is
had to learn to tolerate cats and two different lots of all that matters. And it doesn’t show its defects when
Devon Rex cats have doted on her. She gets along with you see it. Now Bryn can get on and off the bed easily.
my three but the real bond is with Arctica (seen with her
on the new ramp above) - they play together and sleep Bryn is loved, well looked after, well walked, has a huge
together. Bryn’s affectionate nature and keenness to fan base as she goes to art workshops, theatrical set
please has made her a favourite with my friends, the awe building and as many places as possible where I can
of shopkeepers who marvel at her obedience and Bryn is take a dog. I was EXTREMELY lucky that Bryn was
such a wonderful companion. available when I made the big decision to get a dog. Our
10 years together have been great for both of us. I won’t
Years of daily long walks have subsided to shorter ones get a gold star for my carpentry but I might just notch
as we both age and she has started having difficulties one up for cat and dog care and love. Lee Wright

AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 9

Winners are listed The calendar contest &
in no particular production team would like
order below…. to thank, and congratulate,
the 2016 Doggie Rescue
• Maeko Calendar Contest winners
• Meelah and everyone who took part
• Koda in the contest this year! The
• Snow choice is never easy and we
• Miss Mia believe that all the doggies
• Louise are winners for having
• Pixie found such loving homes!
• Pebbles
• Lily Calendar Contest
• Detective
WINNERS 2016
Scraps
• Tommy Lamb CONGRATULATIONS!
• Castor
• Hector

I’VE Detective Scraps,
WON looking his usual cute
self, is so proud to be
chosen one of the
doggies featured on the
DoggieRescue 2016
Calendar.

( this is not his winning
photo )

10 AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

ANGELIQUE AND BERT

PLEASE STOP AND http://youtu.be/RdKkU9wZDkE
READ THIS.

Dear Readers,

I have been sitting here trying to find the right words
to catch your attention to encourage you to adopt
Bert and Angelique..But what can I say?

That Bert and Angelique need a family,
please adopt them and give them what they

have waited for and deserve so much.

That Bert, dear old sweetie, is getting older and needs
a home now so he can have a few happy years with a
family who cares for him. Bert loves a cuddle and his big
brown eyes shine with love given extra attention. He
deserves his own family and to be special.

That Angelique, sensitive, gentle and so petite, has not
been well recently and although she has now recovered
she would love a bit of spoiling and tender care. She has
a bright, happy personality and is very affectionate.

What can I say that would encourage you to adopt Do you have cuddles to spare?
this loveable pair of very bonded doggies?
Give them a chance.
If I could only tell you how much they deserve their story
to have a happy ending. That they love and are so loving. Bert and Angelique are waiting…
If they had been adopted separately both would now be
in their forever homes, but their hearts would be broken... THEY ARE WAITING
FOR YOU!
BERT AND ANGELIQUE…
ANGELIQUE AND BERT If you are interested but not in the position adopt have
you ever thought about becoming a foster carer?
They are such a unique bonded pair yet it is this very For more details call Monika on 9486-3133
bond that has prevented them from so far being adopted
for finding a family to adopt a pair of dogs is never easy.

So this month again.. Another story...Another plea…

Angelique Breed: Mini Foxy x Age: 6yrs Bert Breed: Jack Russell x Age: 10yrs
Weight: 3kgs Sex: Female Colour: White/Tan Weight: 7kgs Sex: Male Colour: Black/Tan
Sponsor: “ Sending you lots of love!” Ruth Wall Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Frankie!” Abel Coelho

AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 11

After a few traumatic days lost , and the
huge effort of many committed people to
find her,Sadie is now home at DoggieWood
with the many people who love her…..

CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO FOR IPAD READERS

“The commitment and dedication shown by our
kennel hands and our volunteers searching,
not only out of hours but indeed throughout the
night, was staggering.” Monika

Hello Readers,

Our little girl Sadie managed to wriggle out of her Sadie after her rescue with Melissa & Hayley
harness whilst out on a walk. The alarm was raised as
she is a nervy skittish dog. Everyone at Doggiewood talking to her gently and shining the torch on Hayley,
was upset and worried and I just wanted to thank all Sadie finally released some of her fear and Hayley
those who facilitated in her coming home. The managed to get her. It took an enormous amount of
commitment and dedication shown by our kennel patience and time.
hands and our volunteers searching not only out of
hours but indeed throughout the night was staggering. Whilst it was Hayley who managed to get hold of her, she
knew a lot of us were around trying to convince her to
I was blown away by the care all these people had come home. I can’t thank you all enough, Jess, Sarah,
shown going out on cold winters’ nights. They had the Ceallai, Elyse, Rachel, Meaghan, Mannie, Luis, Kristen,
tenacity not to give up. Many thanks to Hannah who Hannah and of course Hayley and Melissa for all using
co-ordinated the rescue and for Hayley and Melissa your talents to try and convince Sadie that DoggieWood
who finally convinced Sadie that coming home was a was a better place to be! I don’t think another work place
good idea. In torch light Sadie was scared but after would have such committed caring people! Monika

Sadie Jack Russell x 4-5yrs 8kgs Female Sponsor :“In loving memory of a special girl Lucy!” Kevin Lynch

DoggieRescue.com wishes to acknowledge the assistance given by:

Virbac Animal Health Australia
361 Horsley Road,
MILPERRA. NSW. 2214
Free call: 1800 009 847 Ph.(02)9772-9772

www.virbac.com.au

12 AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

DOGGIERESCUE UNLEASHED AND DANGEROUS

Compiled by Roland Briefrel

“ For over thirty years I have campaigned in opposition to the live animal
export trade. My attitude is always quite simple: the moment the animals
leave our shores, we have no meaningful control over what happens to
them and how they are treated. Unfortunately, when it comes to our
Federal politicians, the ones who can actually change things, my
concerns have always fallen on deaf ears. A few have tried to intervene,
but then the animals exposed to this trade do not vote.” Roland
xx

THE CRUEL LIVE EXPORT TRADE

Tens of thousands of sheep and around 1,000 cattle are reported to die each year on live export
ships (though these figures are 'self-reported' by the Master of the vessel and are in reality likely
to be higher). http://www.daff.gov.au/animal-plant-health/welfare/export-trade/mortalities

Sheep can sicken and die from failing to eat the on-board The Exporter Supply Chain Assurance System
pellet diet, and animals can die from salmonellosis, (ESCAS) was introduced in 2011 (as an outcome of
pneumonia, heat stress and other illnesses. Few are the Indonesian cruelty exposé and extended to all
euthanased, most die without human intervention (i.e. are markets by the Farmer review), and now is intended
not treated). This has occurred despite numerous inquiries to cover 99% of all live animal exports (by 1/1/2013 it
and reviews and the introduction of the Australian will be 100%). It requires animals that are exported
Standards for the Export of Livestock (ASEL) in 2003 after for slaughter to only be handled in importing countries
the Cormo Express tragedy. ASEL only relates to the through facilities (feedlots and abattoirs) that have
preparation of animals for transport and their handling and been audited against a check list based on OIE
conditions on ships and during unloading. (minimum) standards. Pre-slaughter stunning is not a
requirement of ESCAS. ESCAS does not cover
In the ten years from 2001 to 2011, 12,049 cattle were animals exported as breeders or dairy animals.
reported dead on board ships, and at least 454,374 sheep
died on the ships in that decade. This is a much higher Given the recent incidents this year in both Vietnam
death rate than similar (young, mostly wether) sheep and Israel, (ESCAS) does not work and animals
would incur on farm 1%-2% per annum, compared to just continue to be slaughtered in the most appalling of
under 1% during a single shipment lasting only on average circumstances. Everyone involved in the trade
around 2.5 weeks (i.e. an estimated 10 times the expected appears to be turning a blind eye to the realities of
on-farm morality rate). There are no current statistics on this “business”, simply because it is good for
the numbers of animals that die in feedlots in importing business apparently and under no circumstances
countries before slaughter. can we possibly upset our trading partners.

AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 13

In this two part article, and again thanks to the work of Animals Australia, I will expose the litany of abuse
that ought to have seen the cessation of this trade many years ago. Part one begins in 1980 and takes us
up to the turn of the century (2000):

TABLE OF STATISTICS — YEARS 2000 TO 1980

2000 : Two shipments of cattle to Korea were rejected at 1991: At the end of the Iran/Iraq war, Australian sheep
their destination when local farmersbelieved the trade would arrived in war-devastated Kuwait and some 30,000 sheep
threaten their local 'Hanwoo' cattle industry. Six cattle were died from heat stroke and dehydration due to poor
beaten to death while the remainder had to be held in infrastructure and feedlot facilities. Animals Australia had
quarantine and on board ship until the Korean Government previously appealed to the Government to stop shipments to the
were able to move them to slaughter. Gulf region during the war.

1999: The 'Temburong' - 829 cattle suffocate when power loss 1989-90 Multiple rejections leading to a ban on export to
causes ventilation failure on the ship during the voyage Saudi Arabia for 10 years.
(www.amsa.gov.au).
E•lev Eleven Australian shipments were rejected due to claims
Some 800 cattle were loaded onto the 'Kalymnian Express'
in December 1999 in Western Australia bound for Indonesia. of scabby mouth and other diseases, by Saudi Arabia. Over
Over 300 cattle died of injuries, or were destroyed later due 600,000 sheep on those ships endured elongated journeys as
to their injuries (report at www.amsa.gov.au) they waited on ships outside ports during negotiations or
travelled to alternate ports. On ship, the Mawashi Al Gasseem
1998: The 'Anomis' arrived in Malaysia from Geraldtown (WA) was forced to stay on the water for 16 weeks in 1990 before
in January with over 2,400 goats and cattle but could not another country would accept it’s remaining sheep.
unload due to a financial dispute between the exporter, shipper Official statistics were available for only 9 of the 11 ships
and importer. The ship was held up for over two weeks and rejected (June 1989 December 1990): 602,035 sheep loaded,
some 283 goats and 154 cattle are reported to have died. No 37,179 sheep died - 6.17% - three times the 'normal' mortality
report available. The MV 'Charolais Express' hit heavy weather rates for the trade at that time. On 17January 1991 Minister for
on route from Bunbury (WA) to Jordan in July. 346 cattle, of the Primary Industries John Kerin halted the trade with Saudi Arabia
1,200 loaded, are reported to have died due to inadequate (it resumed in 2000 under a new veterinary protocol which
ventilation. Fifty cattle then died in a Jordanian port, and a broke down in 2003, leading to the Cormo Express rejection).
further 174 were injured or ill and were rejected by Jordan,
then by Yemen, and were ultimately disposed of at sea. 1990:The "state of the art" Cormo Express left New Zealand
in May 1990 and close to 10,000 sheep died en route to the
1996:1,592 cattle drowned when the Guernsey Express sank Middle East due to inadequate ventilation causing heat stroke,
after taking water on its way to Osaka, Japan. No report has pneumonia, other diseases and failure to eat.
yet been provided! 67,488 sheep died when fire broke out on
board the Uniceb; 8 days elapsed before any rescue attempt 1985: 5,000 sheep die of heat exhaustion on board the
was made. Fernanda F.

1992: Published figures show increased on-board death rates, 1984: Ventilation breakdown in the Mukairish Althaleth causes
rising to almost 3 per cent, with the rise being attributed mainly the death of 70 sheep each day.
to a large number of ships unloading at more than one Middle
East port. Published studies show death rates in Middle East 1983:15,000 sheep die from 'exposure' in Portland feedlots
feedlots to be, on average, 3 per cent over the 3-week holding while waiting loading.
period (Aust. Vet. J, Vol 69, No 2, February 1992.)
1981:635 sheep die in the transfer from the Kahleej
• 1991: At the end of the Iran/Iraq war, Australian sheep Express to the Al Shuwaikh. 8,764 sheep perished onboard
The Persia from ventilation breakdown.
arrived in war-devastated Kuwait and some 30,000 sheep
died from heat stroke and dehydration due to poor 1980: The total cargo (40,605 sheep) perish in a fire aboard
infrastructure and feedlot facilities. Animals Australia had the Farid Fares. Disease outbreak causes the death of
ppreviously appealed to the Government to stop shipments 2,713 sheep on the Kahleej Express.

to the Gulf region during the war.

~ To be continued in our September Edition ~

14 AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

In the face of the cruelty above, there is always a kernel of hope, as with
Salvadore the dairy calf saved from slaughter, whose story is told below:

When he was very little,
Salvador's fate was grim. He
was born on a Chilean dairy farm,
where his mother was a dairy cow.
Because he would never produce
milk, he was set to be slaughtered
for 'veal'. Thankfully, Salvador's
luck changed. He was rescued
from the tiny crate in which he
had been kept — sick and alone —
and now lives with his loving
adopted family at Santuario
Igualdad Interespecie. And he
loves showing his affection for his
rescuers in the most adorable way.

Instead of being considered a Sadly, unwanted male calves are victims of the Australian dairy industry, too.
'waste product', Salvador is Each year hundreds of thousands of 'bobby' calves are killed in their first week
enjoying all the love and care that of life. But you can help save calves like Salvador here at home by joining
he deserves. Now he spends his the growing number of Aussies going deliciously dairy-free.
time basking in sunshine, and
getting his daily quota of snuggles.

VALE SEBASTIAN ( Sebby) BRIEFREL
1998—2015

Last month I said farewell to one of my own. Sebastian, or,
Sebby as he was known, passed away at 16 ½ years of age.

He was my “gentleman old man”.

Lenny Jack Russell x Quinn Jack Russell x Taree Cattle x Dingo 2yrs Matilda Kelpie x Foxy 1yr
8yrs Male Sponsor: “ He Kelpie x 5-6yrs 9.7kgs Female Sponsor: With love Female Sponsor: With love
will be somebody’s friend!” Female Sponsor: “For my from ex DR doggie Ruby & from ex DR doggie Ruby &
Rachel & Andrew Ash sweet Milo!” Diana Tang Pompey!” John Kinninmont Pompey!” John Kinninmont

AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 15

Visit: petsecure.com.au

16 AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

TRAINING CHANGED OUR LIVES!

“ It is amazing to see the difference a few months training has made to these dogs. They have come so
far in such a short time & really deserve families who can be just as proud of them as I am!” Ceallai

CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO OF SEB

SIENNA SEB

Corgi x Staffy 4yrs 12.7kgs Female Jack Russell x 3yrs 12kgs Male

Hi my name is Sienna. I love all people, kids & other Hi my name is Seb. I am very shy with people I don't
dogs. I love kisses & cuddles & getting treats. know because I have not had a good past.

When DR rescued me from the pound I had issues with My friends at DR don't know what has happened to me
being on lead. I would react by barking & lunging at but I get nervous meeting new people, being out on the
other dogs when I seen them on walks. I was frustrated street with traffic or away from the shelter where I feel
by not being able to get to the dog to say hi. DR has safe. I get along really well with other dogs.
now taught me to remain calm & focused when I see
other dogs on walks. I love how much I can enjoy I have been at DR a while now. They say I need a home
seeing other dogs now & earning myself yummy treats. where someone has experience with shy dogs like me
who have not had a good past, and I just know someone
I hope a family will take me home where they can out there will come along soon & take me home where
continue my training. I LOVE training, learning new they can show me that life does not need to be scary &
things & I LOVE food! I enjoy going to the off leash humans are kind & caring. Having the life I had before I
fenced in dog park to meet new friends & one of my came to DR has made me be timid & submissive towards
favourite things to do is run on the beach & feel the strangers but I would prefer to give them kisses &
sand & salt water between my paws. I cant help but run cuddles like I do with my familiar humans at DR. I need
with excitement as soon as that sand hits my feet! someone who understands my needs to help me. I am in
training at DR to build my confidence & I am getting
I love going in the car, running, hiking, playing with toys better each day. But training with an issue like mine can
& having fun. I am always full of joy & happiness & now be slow progress in a shelter environment.
all I need is a family to share this with.
I am so keen to get moving on my confidence
Will you be my forever family so we can have many building & I really hope someone kind & caring will
years of fun together? I will wait at Monika's for you see this & foster me so I can finally learn to be
to come & get me! Please, please come real soon... comfortable with life & never be afraid again.

Sponsor: “ A forever home very soon!” Susan Cassidy Sponsor: “Sending love from Oxy!” John Kinninmont

AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 17

ADOPT ME! Meet four gorgeous smiling doggies….

Franzina Terrier x 7-8yrs Speckles Cattle x Corgi Manny English Cocker Charlie Mini Pinscher x
5.2kgs Female Sponsor: “In 7yrs 15kgs Male Sponsor: Spaniel 6yrs 16.5kgs 8yrs Male Sponsor: “ My
loving memory of my friend “Wishing you lots of luck in Male Sponsor: “For Emma, fingers are crossed for
Salvatore (Sam).” Antoinette finding a home!” Sam & Joy Jesse & Mary!” Uncle Sam this month!” Meaghan

DOGGY DAY SPA

“ Do it yourself ”

www.pawsonthecoast.com.au

18 AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

FEATURING 8 OF OUR MOST FRAGILE DOGGIES
NEEDING SPOILING IN THEIR GOLDEN YEARS

A FRIEND IN NEED OF LOVE

Please phone us on : 9486-3133 if you would like any more information on our ‘oldies but goodies’...

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1. Marge Chihuahua x 15yrs 4kgs Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Connor & Polly!” The Browns
2. Merlin Maltese x 15yrs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of Jakkson & Jack who were so special! ” Gina Carovigno
3. Lou Terrier x 13yrs 7kgs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of Poppy & Evie & for Sam!” Brenda Harris
4. Norman Jack Russell x 13yrs 9kgs Male Sponsor: With cuddles & love from Tilly, Jasper & Karen
5. Kenny Maltese x 15yrs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of our dear little girl Elle!” Bill & Joan Collins
6. Hutch Jack Russell x 16yrs 7-8kgs Male Sponsor: “For our Rainbow Bridge Mob!” Colleen & Ron, with love
7. Miss Muffet Shih Tzu x 13yrs Female. Sponsor: From the students at The Sydney School of English.
8. Nina Foxy x 10yrs Female Sponsor: “ Wishing Nina health & happiness!” With love from Kendalle, Guy & Finn

Featured are 8 of the over 50 doggies available 10 years of age or over and we are rescuing new
ones on a weekly basis. If you cannot commit to adoption- perhaps FOSTER CARE? Please help!

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WISHING ON A STAR!

This is a story of a very special little girl who deserves a ton of spoiling...

Star, a gorgeous Shih Tzu x, was left http://youtu.be/7C36pAoeStI
at a pound at 13 years of age.

When she came to DoggieRescue she
did not leave our vet clinic for many
weeks. Star came with purulent
infected ears and large mammary
tumours. She was very accepting of
staying in a clinic environment and she
was a favourite amongst the staff.

We did biopsies on the mammary
tumours and the histopathology
revealed she has an aggressive
mammary adenocarcinoma with
evidence of local infiltration. The vets
recommendation is to remove any
lumps found and it may be necessary
to consider a full mammary strip. That
is a very big ordeal for a 13yo girl! We
have just had her desexed and are
letting her recover before we plan the
next stages.

Star is such a sweet natured gentle girl
who does not act as if anything was
wrong with her. She is affectionate
with people and has a loving nature.
She is very social with other dogs and
calm around cats. She copes being left
alone for longer periods of time.

Sponsor:“In loving memory of our Elle!” from Bill & Joan Collins

CAN YOU MAKE STAR’S FINAL DAYS FULL OF LOVE?

We are looking for a compassionate person who wants to make Star’s last years, the best ones of her life and
to let her enjoy all the things she has never experienced before. She so deserves it! Please help us to give Star the
best medical treatment available and share this link so we can make it possible for her to experience the joy of a
loving family in her final days and to know what it feels like to be spoilt and to be special to someone.

Everyday hero…...https://give.everydayhero.com/au/helping-star-make-her-final-days-full-of-love

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CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO FOR IPAD READERS “ One of the most rewarding
things about working at
DoggieRescue is seeing the
dogs go to a good home. After
working here for almost a year,
this is the first time I have seen a
Monika’s dog settled in their new
home - two friends of mine adopted Percy a few
weeks ago and are absolutely in love with him.
He never stops wagging his tail! I've watched
Percy from the day we got him from the pound,
there is no better feeling and it reminds me of
why I do what I do.” Sarah Kennel Hand

ADOPT ME: EVERY ABANDONED DOG NEEDS TO KNOW THAT FEELING OF ‘COMING HOME’...

Milo Foxy x 10-12mths Gypsy Kelpie x Shepherd Joey Kelpie x Foxy 5yrs Allen Chihuahua x 1.5yrs
4.7kgs Male Sponsor: 2yrs 18.2kgs Female 8.2kgs Male Sponsor: “ In 5.2kgs Male Sponsor: “To
“ Good luck finding a Sponsor: Best wishes for a loving memory of our girl find a kind home as loving
family!” Will Gorman home from Freddie Martin Lily Biesler! ” Greg & Amy as Napoleon’s.” Jackson

Colonel Jack Russell x Perry Maltese x 10yrs Heidi Klum Cattle Dog x Marbles Chihuahua x
10yrs 7.2kgs Male 6kgsMale Sponsor: “ In 2yrs 15kgs Female Foxy 5yrs 5kgs Male
Sponsor: “ Loving home loving memory of Edie!” Sponsor:“Here’s to a new Sponsor: “In loving memory
soon!”[email protected] Mary Jean Scroope life!” Christabelle Tani of Ricky!” Malki & Chandra

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The little 7 year old Terrier was abandoned by his previous family. They dumped him with no thoughts of his welfare
or even knowing that he would survive death row in a pound. He was just one of the many 1,000’s of pets whose life
became a lottery but he was lucky to be rescued by Doggie Rescue. Now called ‘PERCY’ he waited patiently to
meet a new family and in June he was adopted by Jacky & Bec. The little unwanted dog who had come to Doggie
Rescue so thin and scared is now happy and content, with a tail that never stops wagging. He has COME HOME…

“ Percy has really come out of his shell!
During the day time he likes to sleep
next to us wrapped in a blanket burrito
while we watch TV. He says hello by
jumping joyfully and rolling on his back
for a belly rub. He's the cleverest dog
I've ever met and mastered sit and wait
in the second day and is now learning
how to play fetch. Thank you Monika for
all you've done to save Percy and give
him an opportunity to find the family to
where he truly belonged.” Jacky Tang

FOSTER ME: UNABLE TO COMMIT TO ADOPTION? WHY NOT BECOME A FOSTER CARER!

Button Wiry Terrier 8yrs Elsa Cattle x Kelpie 4yrs Bodrik Maltese x 5yrs Dottie Mini Foxy x 10yrs
8kgs Male Sponsor: “ Lots 15kgs Female Sponsor: 6kgs Male Sponsor: “ A 6kgs Female Sponsor:“ In
of luck Button from the “In loving memory of Mitch loving forever home very loving memory of my dog
Little Bluebird Craft Studio & Amber!” Sue Bellamy soon!” P. Tew Curtis!” Lee McKerracher

Pinky Spitz x 5yrs Male Shortcake Staffy x Echo Mini Foxy x 10yrs Dusty Kelpie x Corgi 3yrs
Sponsor: “ In loving memory Cattle 2yrs 14.2kgs 3.3kgs Female Sponsor: 10.8kgs Male Sponsor:“On
of Banjo & Clancy!”Mummy & Female Sponsor: Nicole “You are so very cute!” behalf of my dogs Nela &
Daddy,Molly, Mabel & Henry Van du Gard, with love... Love from Breanna Tess!” Lorelei Dowling

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Featuring star ex DR doggie Chippy CHIPPY
Pizzey & his pearls of wisdom

Hi Fans,

Pets are Guess what! I
family, not have a new little
toys! friend! He is called ‘Chirpy’ and is a
baby Budgie. Chirpy is hand tamed
“ HAPPY and because Mum is very gentle he
will sit on her finger.
BIRTHDAY
Budgies make great pets for kids but
SOFIA” are very small and if you want them to
be tame you have to handle them so
With lots of tail gently and be careful not to hurt or frighten them. Get as big a
wags, cuddles & cage as possible. We have a ‘flight’ cage and this lets Chirpy
kisses from the have a fly in his cage. If you let your birdie out of his cage to
DR doggies... have a fly then make sure you have adults to help you and that
all windows and doors are closed or your birdie will fly away.
This amazing little girl has raised over $1,200
for Doggie Rescue...Sofia's words on fundraising The fun thing about Budgies is you can teach them to talk. Mum
for DR: "I like fundraising, it's fun. I liked baking keeps saying over and over “good boy” and “pretty boy” but Dad
cupcakes and selling hot dogs (even though I am is teaching him swear words which is very naughty — wait until
vegetarian) but I liked talking to people about Mum finds out! I am going to teach Chirpy to BARK then we will
Doggie Rescue even more. Walking DR doggies have a WATCH BIRD. Woof! WOOF!!! C/u Chips
has really helped me learn how many animals
need help to find their forever homes and how
important it is to help. I have already reached my
goal of raising $1,000 and I have delivered a
paddling pool full of things but talking to my class
and Mum's work about rescue animals is even
more important. Everyone can help in some way.
I wonder what else I can do!"

“Our beautiful girl dedicated her birthday to “ Sofia the world is a better place because
supporting Doggie Rescue. She's raised just over of people like you!” Monika
$1,200 and collected bags full of donated items.
Thank you to everyone who has supported her
including the fabulous DR team. She was very
pleased to make the delivery today and meet her
inspiration, Monika. We are so lucky to have
people like the DR team for our little girl to look up

to. Thank you for all you do!” Ana, Sofia’s Mum

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This is just
Tutu much!

SCHOOL OF DANCE

Once again Neutral Bay School
of Dance has supported DR with
their annual Mid Year Dance
Concert DR Fundraiser.

With plenty of twirls, kicks, splits
and beats going on the audience
enjoyed nearly 50 dance routines
across the afternoon involving
350 dancers. Special thanks to all
those onstage & behind the scenes.

“ I was thrilled to collect just over $1000 in donations especially Beethoven Bulldog x Cane Corso 2yrs
for DR and popped out to visit (pictured above with Monika and DR Male Sponsor: Neutral Bay School of Dance
doggie Ceaser) to see the difference it all makes.” Studio Principal,
Jennifer Craddock www.neutralbayschoolofdance.com

Squall Foxy x 6yrs 9.4kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Tia! & Ian!” from Paul & Kathryn & Muffin
Elmo Chihuahua x Mini Foxy 3yrs 6.5kgs Male Sponsor:“To help you start a brand new life!” Desi Hendrawan
Athena Silky x Poodle 1-2yrs Female Sponsor:“Fingers crossed!” With lots of love from Martha Pavlakis
Squirtle Jack Russell x 2-3yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Chinook who was special!” Sharryn Hollis

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IF ONLY WE COULD
CLONE THEM...

Reggie, Marshall, Moonlight & Pavlov are recent Chris & Wendy We are failed
adoptees by their loving foster parents— families with Reggie foster carers &
who have taken these needy dogs into their homes
proud of it!
to care for them temporarily until a permanent
home could be found and lost their hearts! Is there

any better way to adopt a new best friend?

Fostering a dog gives a lost, often frightened
dog, many of whom are stressed in a busy kennel
environment, time to let their true natures shine
through. The dogs who come from the pound are
assessed only from what we can see from their
reaction with other dogs/Kennel Hands/Volunteers
and the noise and busy environment of a kennel.
For the timid, shy dogs, the frail elderly dogs or
the nervous and somewhat fearful dogs, what you
see is not always the real nature of the dog. That
is where foster care is so important—being in a
loving home environment makes the dog feel safe,
relaxed and begin to trust. The difference in the
dog is sometimes absolutely amazing…..

Also by living in a foster home we learn so much
more about the dog’s individual personality—
whether they are housetrained, how they adapt
with children and other dogs ( and even cats and other small animals ) on a day to day basis. We learn their likes/
dislikes and what sort of home would suit their unique personalities. And yes, along the way, many foster parents
find that the dog is so much a part of their family that they can never part with them!

To all the failed foster parents out there, give yourselves a pat on the back and your new family member
a really big hug. At DoggieRescue we simply cannot find enough of VERY special people like YOU!!!!

We first fostered Reggie mid-April. The DR website and Monika
were super helpful in matching Reggie with us (apartment &
busy, full time work lifestyle) and he has definitely changed our
lives for the better. In less than 3 weeks (and someone else
querying about adopting him) we decided we loved him so much
we couldn't bear to let him go! Reggie has such a beautiful
affectionate nature and is energetic despite being an old boy. He
loves his walks and being the official mascot of Mum's hockey
team. All it takes is a little love, care and patience and your efforts
will be rewarded ten fold. If you have the time, space and means
to foster or adopt a rescue dog, we wholeheartedly recommend
it - you will not regret it. Reggie's parents - Chris and Wendy

Foster Care is the only time where a FAILURE is a truly wonderful SUCCESS

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Foster carers are special, BIG hearted people who give not only their HOME but their TIME, LOVE and
PATIENCE to a dog who has lost everything in the world that is familiar. Elderly dogs seem to grow a
little younger, walk a little straighter, live a little longer, in the security and comfort that caring brings.

THESE DR DOGGIES WOULD GREATLY BENEFIT FROM A FOSTER HOME...

Nell West Highland x 8yrs Cookie 3 I/Greyhound x Bailey Jack Russell x Vin Diesel Jack Russell x
8kgs Female Sponsor: “In 6yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: Pug 1yr 8.3kgs Male 8yrs 7kgs Male Sponsor:
loving memory of my dog “In loving memory of Tia & Sponsor: “ It’s in giving “ For all my dogs, Suzie,
Curtis!” Lee McKerracher Ian!” Kathryn & Paul & Muffin that we receive! ” Royce Annabel & Mtzi!” Maureen

Crash Bandicoot Bryson Jack Russell x BONDED PAIR: KATH & KIM
Pomeranian x 1-2yrs 2yrs 6.3kgs Male Sponsor: Kath( Mother ) Jack Russell x 9yrs 6kgs Female &
5kgs Male Sponsor: “ Just “ In loving memory of dear Kim ( Daughter) Jack Russell x 11yrs 5kgs Female
’cause he’s been a good Ebony!” Melissa, Honey & Sponsors:“In loving memory of Evie & Poppy & for Sam!”
boy!” Jane & Romeo Charlotte, with love... Brenda Harris & With love & luck from Lesley Cansdell

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WHERE AM I NOW?

GOTCHA DAY 21ST JUNE 2014

HEINZ O’SHEA

“ I used to be a driver for DoggieRescue and it was
me who collected Heinz from the pound in January
2013. He was so scared he was rigid with fear and

had to be carried, he would not move.” Dale

Hello Readers,

To continue Heinz’s story...Over the following weeks,
with excellent care from the kennel hands, he came out
of his shell, but when Heinz was put in with other dogs
he couldn't get on with them and had to be penned on
his own. He was a favorite with everyone, I think they felt
sorry for him and gave him extra attention. The kennel
hands tried on numerous occasions to get him to go for
walks but he would not go. After many attempts I was
able to take him out but always had to carry him up the
drive and out onto the road where he would take a few
steps and then belly flop, and that was that. Months later
we finally made it up the hill — a real mile stone!

I was continually told by the girls at DoggieRescue that
I would have to adopt Heinz but at the time I had an old
sick dog (ex DR doggie Toby) and Heinz would have
been too much for him. After Toby passed it was pretty
much a foregone conclusion that I would take Heinz and
so in June 2014 he came home with me.

From day one he got on very well with our other little guy
(ex DR dog Brown Bear, a 12yr Mini Foxy x). They play
and wrestle until Bear has had enough and then he tells
Heinz off with a growl and Heinz knows to back off. He
still didn't want to walk around the streets in Sydney but
in September we moved to a Lifestyle Estate on a golf
course in the Hunter where the dogs are allowed to walk
on the course and Heinz hasn't looked back. He charges
off and loves to run but also walks well on his lead.

“ Heinz is super affectionate and wants to be near you all Heinz is a totally different dog these days. His tail was
the time. Adopting him was the best thing we did and we always down between his legs but now its up all the time.
love him to bits. He is a special part of our family. ” Dale He’s very friendly towards everyone he meets on his
walks and wants them to pat him. He's a big sook, thinks
he's a lap dog and likes nothing better than lying on top
of me on the lounge with his head tucked into my neck.

ANOTHER HAPPY ENDING STORY...

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CAN YOU HELP THESE CUTE DOGGIES TO ….

FIND A FOREVER HOME!

Arty Jack Russell x 8yrs Cleveland Corgi x Cattle Siska English Staffy x Maggie Red Cattle Dog x
6.6kgs Male Sponsor: 10yrs 12kgs Male Sponsor: 10yrs Female Sponsor: 11yrs Female Sponsor:
“Wishing this sweet boy a “In loving memory of Ralph, “ For my rescue dogs Nela “A gift from our beloved
kind home!” Marg Iveson Floyd & Steffie!” Verena & Tess!” Lorelei Dowling Maxwell!” Robert & Chris

Rosie Sharpei x Staffy Coral Jack Russell x 10yrs Maxwell Jack Russell x Toto Wiry Terrier x 10yrs
8yrs Female Sponsor: 11.2kgs Female Sponsor: 6yrs 8.9kgs Male Sponsor: 12kgs Male Sponsor:“Love
Angela Rayner & the team “ Must be your turn soon “Just’ cause you’re a good from ex DR dogs Kipling,
at Aristocrat Technologies Coral!” Love, Hughie Wray boy!” from Jane & Romeo Digby & Marlow!” Catherine

ADOPT ME Meet your sponsored doggie — featured this month is: BARNABY

Every month we love to highlight our sponsored CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO FOR IPAD READERS
doggies. Meet Barnaby…

Breed: Foxy x Cattle Dog Age: 11 years Sex: Male
Colour: White/spotted Size: 8kgs

Active for his age. Loves long walks, going to the beach &
jogging on the sand. He loves treats & is easy to train. An
easy going boy who walks on a loose lead. Everyone
who knows him comments on what a gentleman he is.
We hope my forever family hears about him & comes to
take him home soon as he has so much love to give.

Sponsor:“In loving memory of Scruffy!” Barbara Morrison

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I’m Tessa I’m Aussie

I’m Ember

I’m Judith I’m Kirby “Ember loves to snuggle under her
Facebook blanket after playing all day”
I’m Bonsai
I’m Tetley I’m so very

CUTE

in my

COSY

little warm

JUMPER!
:)

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I’m Claude WINTER

I’m Neville SNAPSHOTS
I’m Mr. Magoo
I’m Hazel • Tessa Foxy x 2yrs Female
I’m Jethro Sponsor: “Wishing you love & luck!”
from Lochie, Melinda & Brett

• Aussie Red Cattle x Corgi 6yrs
7.9kgs Male Sponsor: “ Fingers
crossed for this month!” Lisa Suters

• Judith Tenterfield Terrier 12yrs
Female Sponsor: “ Sending you love
from Jamie & Rosie!” Pat Broderick

• Kirby Foxy x Corgi 10yrs 8kgs
Male Sponsor: “ Just ‘cause
you’re a good boy!” Jane & Romeo

• Ember Kelpie x Shepherd 1yr
18kgs Female Sponsor: With love
from Rosemarie, Monica & Justine

• Bonsai Chihuahua x 8yrs Male
Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Bill &
Brittany!” Doreen Watkins

• Tetley Mini Foxy x 8yrs 4kgs Male
Sponsor:“From Gunter & family!”
Rhonda & Brett , with love

• Claude Chocolate Poodle x 10yrs
7.1kgs Male Sponsor: “A gift from our
beloved Markey!” Robert & Chris

• Neville Maltese x 10yrs 4-5kgs Male
Sponsor:“In loving memory of
Connor & Polly!” The Browns

• Hazel Shih Tzu x 10yrs Female
Sponsor:“In loving memory of Jess &
Jody!” Michele & Steve Tamassy

• Mr. Magoo Mini Foxy x 7-8yrs Male
Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Heidi
& Libby!”Judith Lynch

• Jethro Maltese x 9yrs Male
Sponsor:“ Wishing you very good
luck!” P. Tew

ADOPT A NEW BEST
FRIEND TODAY!

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By Janice Martin Jaxson : Spaniel x Spitz
9yrs 6kgs Male

JANICE’S During my time volunteering with Jaxson is quite a serious
Monika's DoggieRescue I have met boy and he does take time
4 PICKS! many wonderful dogs of all shapes, to trust. But it is a great
sizes and personalities. I love them feeling to see his caution
On these pages we showcase all, but there are always some that dissolve to a smiling face, a
FOUR gorgeous doggies, in no take your notice, almost break your wagging tail and a happy
special order, who are close to heart and others that make you greeting with his bright and big
Volunteer Janice's heart… smile or laugh. Some dogs find brown eyes. Jaxson walks well
homes quickly but many more wait on the leash enjoying every
All have previously featured in a patiently for months or even years, moment he can to sniff and look
DoggieRescue Magazine but such as dogs who have had a bad around. He would be happiest in
have not as yet been adopted. start to life and are more difficult to a home with a garden. He is a
rehome. Many of these dogs I love very handsome dog.
to bits because I discover their
inner personality, dogs waiting for Jaxson ( pictured on page 31 )
a human to trust and love to give would be best suited to a more
their amazing loyalty. quiet adult household and one
that is prepared to be patient and
The 4 dogs chosen are all different allow him to feel secure and
in ages and personalities but all loved. He gets on with other
would thrive with the security and dogs but would be happy being
love only a forever home brings. an only dog, or sharing his
They are dogs that have shown me human with a buddy. Jaxson has
trust and love. All need a home been with us for a number of
now, they have waited far too long. years and I would be so happy to
Good luck my little buddies. Xx see him find his forever home.

September 2014 issue

Mr. Spok : Mini Foxy x 8yrs Male

Mr Spok, what a funny little boy he is! So
happy, full of personality and a zest for
life. Mr. Spok still believes in people even though
he was carelessly abandoned with limited vision.

What a traumatic time that must have been for
him. Mr Spok does not have the prettiest face as
his eyes give away his sight impairment but his
happy disposition, his interest and enthusiasm for
all that goes on around him and his determination
to play with a ball, endear him to all that meet this
dear little dog. Mr. Spok really deserves a home.

Sponsor: “In loving memory of our dear Pepe
& Cindy!” Malki & Chandra

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January 2014 issue ADOPT Dezzy: Maltese May 2015 issue
ME! x Shih Tzu
3yrs 5.6kgs
Male

Dear little Dezzy. Once you have
unlocked the key to his heart
there are things about this
handsome little guy that make
him special and hard to forget.
Those eyes! They talk to me,
letting me know that he is there
and that I’m special to him. But I
can’t give him the love and life
he so desperately wants. Dezzy
is affectionate, loyal, bright,
smart, enthusiastic and so
wanting to be part of your life.

Sponsor: “ A loving home Dezzy prefers females, seems Sponsor: “ To find the home you
coming soon Jaxson!” Jody not fond of small children and is deserve!” Ros Hadley
social with other dogs but his
human is the most important
person. Initially you need to visit
him a number of times and allow
him to adjust to his forever
human in his own time. The
reward will be a very special
companion.

February 2015 issue “ She closes her eyes and snuggles
into my shoulder willing me to stay with
Celene : Maltese x 10yrs 4kgs Female.
her for that extra minute…” Janice
Petite Celene is blind. But she is a bright little girl with
ears that hear everything. When she hears my voice she dances
around in excitement so we enjoy cuddles throughout the day -
she closes her eyes and snuggles into my shoulder willing me to
stay with her for that extra minute. She hears when dinner is
being prepared and always eats enthusiastically. Celene loves to
lie in the sun on a cold winter’s day and in summer seems to find
her way to a cooler shady spot.

Celene would adapt well to an adult family who have the time,
patience, love and determination to give this brave little dog a
second chance at life and a bit of spoiling. She would be happy to
share your home with another dog.

Sponsor: “ Without a dog a house is not a home! ” Sylvia Raye

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ADOPT ME! MEET 12 OLDIES BUT GOODIES

Walter Shih Tzu x 10yrs Igor Maltese x Jack Misty Maltese x Shih Tzu Ralph Maltese x 12yrs
6kgs Male Sponsor:“With Russell 10yrs Male 12yrs Female Sponsor:“In 6.2kgs Male Sponsor:
lots of love & cuddles!” Sponsor: “Sending love & loving memory of Sammy!” “ Wishing you luck finding
Barbara Holdsworth hugs!” Jane & her fur kids Fred & Teena Wratten a kind family!” P. Tew

Fletcher Maltese x 12yrs ❤Monte Maltese x 12yrs Betty Maltese x 10yrs Cupid Maltese x 12yrs
4.6kgs Male Sponsor:“ In Female Sponsor:“In loving 5kgs Male Sponsor: “A
loving memory of Minnie!” Male Sponsor: With ex memory of Sybil & Jed, two loving forever family
Marika Camilleri DR doggie Jerry, Lucy & strays!” Janet & Richard soon!” Lesley Cansdell
humans Maya & Willie

Basil Maltese x 12yrs Papi Maltese x 12yrs Genie Jack Russell x Tyson Maltese x 10yrs
Male Sponsor: “In loving 6.5kgs Male Sponsor:“In 13yrs 4.9kgs Female Male Sponsor: “In loving
memory of our dear little memory of my beautiful Sponsor: “ On behalf of our memory of our rescue dog
Elle!” Bill & Joan Collins woofs!” Susan Carovigno sweet Josie!” Liz May Penny!” Stephanie

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I know this is all
about Ruby but
how cute am I?

“ Ruby

Kinninmont ”

( pictured with her best
buddy Pompey

If I wasn’t me I’d like to be - a bird in a tree I have made a difference to my family’s life because
It took a while but I was finally trained to - shake - I am always around, looking cute and keeping an eye
hands. Now everyone thinks I’m so clever & I am! on everything and giving unconditional love.
When I heard I was to star in DR magazine I - My greatest achievement - buddying up with my
cheered. Then I wondered what took them so long to brother Pompey. He is wound around my little paw now.
ask me???? I’ve definitely got star quality... If I impersonated a movie star I’d be - definitely Reese
I hate to whine - so I don’t! I’ve too much class for that. Wooferspoon
My tail wags most when - I see my pup parents:) My yappiest moments are - when the doorbell rings-
If I could wish fleas on someone it would be - a more friends have arrived. More cuddles for me.
FLEA! Give them some of their own medicine!!! The food that makes me drool is - A peanut butter
My family say I have taught them to - appreciate bone ( a Nylabone with peanut butter on each end )they
having two dogs and a lot of love in the house. are so very yummy!
My relationship with other dogs is - I’m ready to play
- are you? My nickname is - Rubes
I often wonder - why everyone isn’t as happy as me! My favourite place in the world is - having a cuddle.
My friends laugh when - they hear me SNORE but To all those dogs waiting in pounds I say - keep your
they don’t realize that there is quite an art to it. chins up your forever home is coming…
Life is - SWEET! Thanks Monika

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ADOPT ME! MEET 12 DOGGIERESCUE FUR KIDS OVER 14KGS

Turtle Labrador x 2yrs Bear Staffy x 2yrs Male Buzz Shar Pei x Labrador Jax Labrador x Border
Male Sponsor: “ In loving Sponsor: With love from all 1yr 21kgs Male Sponsor: Collie 2yrs 17.5kgs Male
memory of Roger, Rover the volunteer team at “ I’m on the trail of a loving Sponsor: “ A faithful friend
& Ross!” Elizabeth www.labourking.com.au forever home!” Lyb Semple forever!” Wendy McCathie

Skyla Pointer x 1yr 22kgs Blaze Cattle x Staffy 2yrs Roxy Staffy x 5yrs 26kgs Patch B/Collie x Cattle
Female Sponsor: With love
from Kezi, Sherry & Spot 15kgs Male Sponsor: “ In Female Sponsor:“ In 1yr 17kgs Male Sponsor:
Trafford
loving memory of my special memory of Jessica!” Honey, “In memory of Rusty &

boy Sam!” Val Rodgers Bonnie & Marti their Mum Natasha!” Barry & Jessica

Billy Retriever x B/Collie Tabitha Labrador x Maple Staffy x 3yrs 17kgs Bambi Kelpie x 1yr
6yrs 22kgs Male Sponsor: B/Collie 2yrs Female
“A smile that melts your Sponsor: “In loving memory Female Sponsor: “Hugs to 15kgs Male Sponsor: “ A
heart!” Kylee-Jan Ervine of Sam & Jess!” Sara Dyer
a sweet girl –forever family loving home soon!” Tony

soon!” Gail & Nelson Suters

AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 35

REWARD CAN YOU HELP THESE CUTE DOGGIES TO ….
DEVOTION
FIND A FOREVER HOME!
9486-3133

Antonio: Foxy x Kelpie Beryl Chihuahua x Corgi Chuck Jack Russell x 4yrs Aladdin Jack Russell x
3yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor: 5yrs 9kgs Female Sponsor: 10kgs Male Sponsor: “In 2yrs 8.5kgs Male Sponsor:
“For the lovely Lily & the “Just ‘cause you are such a memory of Ralph, Floyd & “ Just ‘cause you’re such a
joyous Jenna!” Lisa Kane pretty girl!” Jane & Romeo Steffie!” Verena good boy!” Jane & Romeo

Sasha Jack Russell x 3yrs Justin Mini Foxy x 6yrs Pippa Jack Russell x 4yrs Trinity Mini Foxy x 3yrs
4kgs Female Sponsor: “ A 4kgs Female Sponsor: “ A
5kgs Female Sponsor: “ In 7.8kgs Male Sponsor: “In sweet girl & a faithful forever home is coming soon for
friend!” Claire & Michael you Trinity!” Julie McCann
loving memory of our dear loving memory of our dear

Elle!” Malki & Chandra Harry!” Malki & Chandra

ADOPT ME Meet your sponsored doggie — featured this month are…..

Every month we love to highlight our
sponsored doggies. Meet Eric & Clifford

BONDED PAIR: ERIC & CLIFFORD

Eric Terrier x 2yrs & is bonded with Clifford Silky x
Shih Tzu 3yrs Both are Male.

They are the most abused dogs we have ever seen at
DoggieRescue and need a very special home. Sponsor:
“For Sam & in loving memory of ex DR doggie Ted!”
Alison Skinner

36 AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE News & gossip
direct from the
Tommy is very happy with his new family dog’s mouth...
Sam & Treena in Newport, a happy shot.

Georgie, Grace, Coco, Lucy & Emily setting Hello Readers,
up to sell their treats.
Above is my little dog Obi, cuddled up in bed doing what he
On 13th July my daughters Lucy & Coco, along loves most -sleeping. Can’t blame him, it’s cold and wet in
with their friends Georgie, Emily & Gracie held the mountains. This is his special blanket which he takes with
another cake stall outside Woolworths in Avalon him to the Vet whenever he has to have his regular diabetic
and raised $203.55 for DoggieRescue. Kirrilly check-ups. Poor boy after everything he has been through -
death row, the hernia operations and moving house all he
wants is a little peace and quiet. His three great loves are
eating, sleeping and walkies – pretty normal. But what is truly
exceptional is that he subjects himself willingly every day to
the syringe and every so often, tests for his glucose levels,
which involve taking blood samples. He trusts me absolutely,
unfortunately the same cannot be said of the Vet!

We have sponsored Bobby in the hope that it helps him to find
the loving forever home he truly deserves. Cheers, Lori

MEET
BOBBY...

Shih Tzu x
Maltese
15yrs young
7.5kgs Male

A sweet, easy
boy. Sponsor:
“On behalf of
our ex DR
doggie Obi!”
Lori & John

AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 37

How good is this!!!!! In offices around the country, people have been HAPPY
sharing their workspaces with some unlikely colleagues.... BIRTHDAY
CHECK THIS OUT : http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-07-03/ TO JULIA
australian-offices-allow-pets-at-work-to-boost-morale/6593620

WE THINK YOU
ARE AMAZING

HOW ABOUT A BIG ROUND OF APPLAUSE FOR THESE KIDS! JULIA CELEBRATED HER 10TH
They are from North Turramurra Public School and baked goodies BIRTHDAY WITH HERBERT!
to raise funds for Doggie Rescue. Wait for it....they raised an
enormous $445.20 Thanks also goes to the local IGA Store for Julia’s birthday was the 4th July and she
assisting the kids. Community Fundraising at its best, thank you x wanted to spend it with the doggies. We
hope your special day was happy & fun:)
Change.org by Choose Cruelty Free,
Animals Australia & Humane
Research Australia are promoting a
petition on CRUELTY FREE
COSMETICS and are still a long way
from the target of 100,000 signatures.
https://www.change.org/p/australians-
for-cruelty-free-cosmetics

https://www.facebook.com/doggierescue
FACEBOOK MR. POPULARITY

Hi - it's me - Bubbles. I have been with my foster family for a few
weeks now and would love to find my forever home. I'm really cute,
fun loving, eager to go for walks and really love to be part of the
pack. Have you got a place in your pack for me?

Bubbles Jack Russell x 6yrs 8kgs Male A bright & happy boy.
Sponsor:“For my Serbian rescue dogs Nela & Tess!” Lorelei Dowling

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ADOPT ME! MEET 12 ADORABLE FLUFFS & SCRUFFS

Tugboat Shih Tzu x 6yrs Tina Poodle x 1-2yrs Oscar Maltese x Shih Tzu Crumpet Poodle x Silky
3.2kgs Male Sponsor: 4.4kgs Female Sponsor: 10yrs 9kgs Male Sponsor: 18mths 5kgs Male
“ It’s in giving that we “For my dogs—Annabel, “ In memory of my Scamp!” Sponsor: “To give you
receive!” Royce Milmlow Suzie & Mitzi!” Maureen Joey, Lily & Helen Ingold a better chance! Pam

Shep Tibetan Spaniel x Wiggles Maltese x 2yrs Cole Border Terrier x Gina Maltese x 5yrs
7yrs 5.9kgs Male Sponsor: 5kgs Male Sponsor: “Ex 4yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: 4.1kgs Female Sponsor:
“Love from Linda, Pat & Pee DR dog Woody’s way of “He needs kindness, love “ Wishing you very good
Wee & remembering Robbie saying thanks!” Tracy Fay & time!” Janice, Volunteer luck ” P. Tew

Angus Aussie Terrier x Honey Silky Terrier x 7yrs Caramello Japanese Bundy Foxy x Chihuahua
2yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor: Female Sponsor: “In loving Spitz 18mths Male 7yrs 5kgs Female
“ I hope you find a kind memory of my husband Sponsor:“Pawfect for any- Sponsor: “In loving memory
family!” Lesley Cansdell Les!” Noreen one with a heart!” Beth of Elle!” Bill & Joan Collins

AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 39

ADOPT ME! MEET FOUR VERY DESERVING DOGGIES

Edna Foxy x Basenji 9yrs Leah Foxy x 7-8yrs Anastasia English Staffy Rossco Jack Russell x
Female Sponsor: “In loving Female Sponsor: “ In loving x 5yrs 13.7kgs Female 6yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor:
memory of Otto & ex DR memory of our dear little Sponsor:“In loving memory “ In loving memory of Rusty
doggie Rohan!” Gail Starkey Fantasia!” Emma Curtin of Iceberg!” Henny Sim & Natasha!” Barry & Jessica

www.dangerousdoglawyers.com.au

40 AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

Featuring Dr. Deirdre Clack from The Cottage Animal Hospital
www.thecottageanimalhospital.com Phone: 9890 7220

Dr Deirdre (Dee) Clack Sponsor:“In loving memory of Connor & Polly!” The Browns
BVSc (hons) has been a
veterinarian for Doggie
Rescue animals for
over 15 years and has
more than 20 years
veterinary experience.

IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR DOG’S TEETH.

When Neville (pictured above) a 10 year old Maltese x Unlike people your buddy will not complain they just
weighing a tiny 4kgs, came from the pound he needed learn to live with the discomfort. Regular dental check
to stay at The Cottage Animal Hospital for quite a ups and cleans mean a healthy mouth for your pet so
while. He had the worst mouth I had ever seen. After they can smile widely showing off their beautiful teeth
several surgeries Neville had all his teeth removed AND be pain free - hooray!
and though he is still terribly thin he is gaining weight.
Neville’s teeth had never been cleaned or cared for by Don't be embarrassed if your pet has less than perfect
his previous family. breath or teeth - we are happy to help and advise.

• Just like people dirty teeth & sore gums can A dental check up with a qualified nurse or our one
trigger serious health problems including heart of our vets is 100% free for the month of AUGUST.
& kidney disease. If you would like to call and book phone: 98907220

• Just like people prevention is better than For every person that books a free check up we will
cure… and WAY better than infections and donate $10 towards a Doggie Rescue golden oldie
extractions. who needs dental care, like little Neville.

THE Cottage Animal Hospital is a venture set up and run by Dr. Deirdre
Clack BVSc (hons) and Monika’s DoggieRescue.

16 ROSS STREET, PARRAMATTA. NSW. 2150
TELEPHONE: 9890 7220

https://www.facebook.com/TheCottageAnimalHospital

AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 41

ADOPT A HOMELESS CAT

AND LET THEM FILL YOUR

WORLD WITH LOVE!

Spice

Tuesday Sugar
Imp.553
Latte Imp.590

Rhianna Velvet

Tim Tam

DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS/KITTENS PAGES 41- 56

IN A PURRFECT WORLD EVERY CAT WOULD HAVE A HOME
http://www.doggierescue.com/adoption_cat.htm

42 AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

Meet DoggieRescue’s new Cat Foster Care Co–Ordinater, Deb Rouse: Deb has been
volunteering for cat rescues for years, starting at Peggy Brown's (Manly Warringah Pittwater
branch of AWL) and after Peggy retired, volunteering at Ingleside. We feel lucky and proud to
have Deb on board, especially due to her experience and ongoing involvement in helping cats
from death row in council pounds. Deb is working on creating a network of cat/kitten foster
carers, located on the Northern Beaches. She will be acting as the adoption officer for all her
foster carers, adopting cats out from foster carers’ homes in the area, and helping Doggie
Rescue to place cats at vet clinics around Sydney which has so far been a great success.

DoggieRescue.com... Rescuing Cats!

PRETTY KITTY

Latte 1yr Domestic Shorthair Ginger/
White Female

Contact our Cat Foster Care Co-Ordinater
Deb on 0413 705 218

Sponsor: With lots of love from the
5 Kane Kitties ...

“ Since Doggie Rescue started Cat
Rescue about a year ago we have
saved & adopted over 181 cats &
kittens. At the moment & rescuing
from Blacktown pound, Renbury Farm
& Hawkesbury when possible. I want
to welcome Deb our new Cat Foster
Care Co-Ordinator and am looking
forward to this next step in our rescue
work rehoming cats & kittens.” Monika

Hello Readers, The role of Cat Foster Coordinator helps with both
approaches, and helps with promoting those animals in
Over recent years, and in line with its objectives to the pounds for who we currently, and unfortunately, do
rescuing dogs from euthanasia at pounds, Doggie not have resources to provide a temporary home.
Rescue.com has stretched its people to helping cats
and kittens at the pounds. Already DR’s team has saved This role also promotes best practice in caring for cats
over 181 cats and kittens through two approaches: and kittens in a holistic manner, considering an animal’s
emotional and psychological state, not just physical
1. The kind support from vet practices – pitching wellbeing, by drawing on the expert advice now available
in with their people, capabilities, skills, $ and other world-wide. And, we also get our “hands dirty”
resources to help with a providing an extended responding to special requests by using our network of
“exit route” from the pounds exceptionally experienced volunteers (where would we
be without them?).
2. Growing DR’s own cat foster care network
I have been volunteering with various animal welfare
Both approaches help abandoned animals find groups for over 12 years... but I still respectfully consider
new loving forever families and homes – adoptions!

AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 43

so many know so much more than I, and am always open These aim to reduce the significant number put-to-
to learning more. I have met so many dedicated, kind and sleep each year in pounds and shelters – around
talented volunteers along the way. Cats are my passion 50,000 dogs and cats (including puppies and kittens)
(I also like dogs, birds and native animals that visit my just in NSW alone.
garden especially at night).
G2Z (Getting to Zero) shouldn’t be about easing off
My personals goals include making a positive contribution when the euthanasia rate gets under 10%, i.e. close
to reducing the number of animals abandoned or enough is good enough... its only a “No Kill Policy” that
surrendered to pounds really continually drives taking actions wherever
companion animals can be rescued and saved. We
• one way is promote a better understanding and can't save them all yet... but won't it be a kinder world
addressing a cat’s behaviour issues, which is as our culture increases our respect for animals and
often not the cat’s fault, not discard them so easily?

• another is to increase awareness of what is DoggieRescue can’t do it alone without the generosity
entailed in being a “responsible owner” of its volunteers giving up their time and resources,
supporting vet practices, and donations. Please
• and of course the “goldie oldie”: promoting continue to help DR in any way you can.
desexing

“Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened”.” ― Anatole France

For details on “ Rue”,“ Burrito”, “ Katniss”,“ Nacho” & “ Primrose” please call DoggieRescue on 9486-3133

CAN YOU HELP US?

• FOSTER ONE
• ADOPT ONE
• BECOME A VOLUNTEER
• HELP AT EVENTS &

FUNDRAISING

FOSTER CARERS
especially needed
for ADULT cats.

FOR DETAILS PH: 9486-3133

Video: Noodles & her kitties CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO FOR IPAD READERS

EVERY LIFE IS IMPORTANT— OUR WEBSITE http://www.doggierescue.com/adoption_cat.htm

44 AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

http://www.collaroyvet.com.au/ I’m so
purrfect...
Collaroy Veterinary Services
1185 Pittwater Rd,
COLLAROY. NSW. 2097
Phone: (02 ) 9971 8487

ADOPT ME!

Are you ready for a new best friend? One who will love your attention
and will be happy to snuggle and cuddle for most of the day? OK,
playing a few games will also be on the list.

Miracle is so named as she was saved from Death Row at a pound, is
your family open to "rescuing" her now? She is well mannered and in one
of our photos, was kneading her blanket with joy from just being told how
pretty she was - how sweet and intelligent! Miracle is a 1 - 1.5 year old
tabby & white Domestic Short Hair female cat. Miracle is ready for her
forever caring & longing for more attention as soon as she can get it!

Miracle will come with desexing, wormed, F3 vaccinated, FIV tested
and micro chipped. For more details call Collaroy Veterinary Service

http://amsvet.com.au/

AMS Dee Why
815 Pittwater Rd,
DEE WHY. NSW. 2099
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (02) 9938 1069

Name: Olivia Female Spayed About 9-10mths
Sweet, affectionate and loving.

Olivia came to us as a very young and frightened
girl. She had little to no interaction with people &
always kept to hers self. With a bit of love and
attention she has now become the most affectionate
lap cat. She would love nothing more than to find a
human companion to cling onto forever. If you can
offer her a loving forever home please contact us.

AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 45

Kittycat-tidbit:cat talks – are you really listening?

MEOOOOW…
FEED ME!

Imp.3089: PEANUT
1-2yrs Tabby/Torti Female

Do you recognise your cat’s different vocalisations and do you notice if your cat does repeat the
same string of “meows” for certain needs?

How many different forms (pitch, cat-words/vowels in patterns, and intensity) do you notice?

And to whom is it directed?

Most people will be familiar with a cat’s standard meows/calls to humans for welcoming, seeking attention or food,
growls of discouragement etc. There is a range of other possible vocalisations, and we still have lots to learn,
though the most famous study which still holds true was by Mildred Moelk in the 1940s. With my own and friends’
cats I have noticed the following:

• The different greetings to me on arriving home – one of my cats has a convoluted 7 vowel/word
sentence when I have been late home from work or a long social engagement, I am guessing this
includes being reprimanded by her ;)

• The breath type of vocalisation rather than a meow-call, the cat pushing its breath through the mouth –
I am sure this is one of my cat’s ways of trying to get as close as possible to human communication, as
it can also meow when it chooses, and has been noticed by family and neighbours

• Short warning meows/calls to other cats – usually as in “get out of my way, coming through!” and
also a different call distinctly a warning when something dangerous is approaching – observed both
in female and male cats to our “tribe”

• Short and quiet, one or two vowel meows to birds – I have noticed several cats performing this
funny little welcoming but also warning to birds

• Baby-like-cries by one of my cats when he is about to be fed – he was rescued from a shelter/pound
so times must have been tough for him and still 2 years later he is so excited yet still anxious about
being fed
What have you heard that has been repeated by your cat?

46 AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE
AN INITIATIVE FROM BLACKTOWN POUND…

RESCUECAT E-MAGAZINE

POUND CAT OF THE MONTH!

FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/RescueCatProject.Homepage

We would like to thank Blacktown Animal Holding Facility very much for their wonderful new
initiative in saving a Pound Cat’s life through our FRONT PAGE PET promotion each month.

At the end of each month a Cat/Kitten from the
RED LIST (euthanasia list ) will be chosen from
Blacktown Animal Holding Facility as the cover cat
for RESCUECATS E-Magazine and also Doggie
Rescue E-Magazine ‘CAT OF THE MONTH’. The
chosen cat will be given additional time to find
their forever home. It is just one cat you might say
but for that cat it could mean LIFE not DEATH.

WHERE IS THE POUND?

Blacktown’s Animal Holding facility is YOUTUBE VIDEO : https://youtu.be/M1oveQqm278
located at …415 Flushcombe Road,
‘LOVELY TITANIA’…
PROSPECT. NSW
PERSONALITY: To start, Titania was a bit cautious, and
( Closed Public Holidays.) wanted to tuck herself into Joey’s arms. But as the
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 8:30 am cuddles progressed, and she had her head rubs (x3),
Titania lived up to her name and came out to shine. She
to 4:30 pm Saturday 9:00 am to 1:00 pm is a little thin and will need a loving, caring home soon.
Sunday 9:00 am to11:00 am What I can tell you, is that at the end of the photos plus
additional cuddle time, she was perky and loving being
http://services.blacktown.nsw.gov.au/petsonline/ with some people. LOVE comes FREE

YOU SHOULD KNOW: She is between 1 and 2 years
old, so you had better have some toys at home because
she is going to want to play and (as noted above) tuck
herself into your arms.

WHERE: Blacktown Holding Facility COST: $160
(includes micro chipping, desexing, and vaccinations)

I GOT A HOME: July cover girl “Unexpected Blacktown Animal Holding Facility on 9839-6161
Beauty” cuddles with her new best friend! email: [email protected]

AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 47

“ To start, Titania was a bit cautious, and wanted to tuck herself into Joey’s arms. But as the cuddles
progressed, and she had her head rubs (x3), Titania lived up to her name and came out to shine.” Elizabeth

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http://services.blacktown.nsw.gov.au/petsonline/search.aspx?type=2

You dumped your cat today… Do you know he’s cold & afraid? Waiting for you to come to his aid.
You dumped your cat today…
The one you left at the pound because
you were bored with it and no longer
wanted it around.
Imp.3119:
LINCOLN 1-2yrs
Tabby Male

Imp.3303 PONY 1-2yrs
Tabby/White Female

You dumped your cat today…
How easy it was to do it late at night,
Do you feel guilty about her sad plight?

AUGUST 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 49

BLACKTOWN ANIMAL HOLDING FACILITY PHONE 9839-6161

You dumped your cat today… If you have surrendered him he won’t be given 7 days in the
pound, each minute that passes could see him put down.

Imp.3230: FENNEL You dumped your cat
1-2yrs White/Black
Female today…She doesn’t play
or even eat much; I guess
she’s very sad inside and
will take time to trust...

You dumped your cat today… Imp.3332: BEST-TO-LAST
1-2yrs Tabby Female
Were you having a baby or moving away?
Did you suddenly develop allergies, or was
there NO reason she could not stay?

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CAT VIDEOS: https://www.facebook.com/RescueCatProject.Homepage/videos?ref=page_internal

You dumped your cat today…You did not take him to the pound but you let him roam,
now he sits in a cage, frightened sad and alone.

You dumped your cat today… You dumped your cat today…

That kitten you wanted grew so fast - He had fleas and a little cold; guess
how sad that all the love you had for you don’t care what shape he’s in—
her just didn’t last... You surrendered him I’m told..

Imp.3082: KALE
1-2yrs Grey Male

Imp.3089: PEANUT
1-2yrs Tabby/Torti Female


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