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DoggieRescue CATS E-Magazine October 2018_Neat

2 Mc Cowan Rd, Cnr. Bloodwood Rd, INGLESIDE. 2101
OPEN: 10am-5pm Tuesday-Sunday SHELTER
NO KILL

DoggieRescue PHONE: 9486-3133





OCTOBER
2018
Issue 28




HALLOWEEN
is GHOSTS, SPIDERS,
ZOMBIES & BATS...&
SCARY PUMPKINS
that HIDE behind poor
KITTY CATS!!!






















Fernando gives his best
‘EVIL PUMPKIN’ expression.
Meet him inside...









www.DoggieRescue.com

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Dear Readers,

Our October 2018 cover boy Fernando is a little unnerved
by those strange pumpkins and is keeping his ears finely
tuned. Logan and Levi are also a bit spooked and keeping
a watchful eye on proceedings.

Halloween is just around the corner and on p4 Deb shows
us importantly how to keep your cat relaxed and not
Join us on Facebook scared whilst the festivities are on. She also highlights the
https://www.facebook.com/doggierescue prejudice against FIV+ kitties. At DoggieRescue we have
three beautiful FIV+ cats who deserve a future.
Follow us on Twitter
On p8 Deb gives us part one on her practical tips to keep
www.twitter.com/monikadogrescue
kitties happy and stimulated indoors or in an outdoor
enclosure, which means they will be safe too. It makes
Published
What’s inside: very interesting reading
MONTHLY
Our rabbits are not keen on spiders invading their hutch
FROM MY DESK 2 and hope if they hop away they will disappear! Halloween
By Monika Biernacki is all too much for our bunnies who would rather just
quietly sit and eat their greens and carrots.

LET OUR KITTIES PUT A SPELL 3
ON YOU! “ Thank you for all your care and love for
these abandoned pets” Monika
TAKE CARE OF CATS ON HALLOWEEN 4-5
By Deb Rouse
DR KITTIES, UPDATE ON “AMBER” & 6-7
IN FOCUS STORY ON “ZOOM”

HOW TO KEEP YOUR CAT SAFE AND 8-9
HAPPY By Deb Rouse
CAMPBELLTOWN ANIMAL HOLDING 10-11
FACILITY— Adopt a pound pet.
BLACKTOWN ANIMAL HOLDING 12-15
FACILITY—Available kitties

IS YOUR CAT DESEXED? Please help to 16
stop the breeding cycle of unwanted kittens

17-20
BUNNIES— See our Halloween bunnies
needing loving homes!



Email: [email protected]

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ALL TREAT,

NO TRICKS!

THESE CATS ARE

SPELLBINDING


At DoggieRescue we don’t need any magic potions or witch’s
spells—what you see is what you get! Gorgeous kitties with
eyes that hypnotise, are you ready to be bewitched?

CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS

PHOTOS BY TOVAH LEVITAS
https://www.facebook.com/Artbytovahlevitas/

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• • • 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 during the Roman
period (or maybe before?) to honour the
departed.

• Mexico and other countries celebrate
the “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.

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 around the period. Unfortunately Fun attributes of black cats:
there are people we cannot trust who will hurt • Black is always “in” & considered stylish & sophisticated
any animal regardless of its colour. • 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….
Biggest myth about black cats:
they bring bad luck or are evil. FEATURING HARPER: Pure black, glossy, handsome….
Young adult Male ready for adoption! Sponsor: “ In loving
memory of Joan Elmes (cat lover)

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It is a sad fact that
many cats who test
positive to the Feline
Immunodeficiency
Virus are not even
given the chance
of a home in pounds
simply due to the
fact they are less
adoptable.




Halloween is a time when prejudices come to Black cats are unlucky? Cats with FIV are less
the fore… adoptable? Poor Sesame has been given the

‘DOUBLE WHAMMY’ of superstitions and in
• The delusion that BLACK CATS ARE
an educated society how sad is that….
UNLUCKY when in fact in many countries black cats
are actually a symbol of good luck.

Black cats ( or predominately black cats ) are the least
likely to be adopted due to unfounded superstitions
which can mean life or death to a homeless cat.

FIV SUPERSTITIONS. We have three FIV positive
Cats : Levi and Logan ( pictured above ) and also
Sesame ( at right ) Their immunity may fluctuate over
time, but by keeping them healthy we know they are
just as likely to live long and happy lives as other
cats do.

The Catwork (FIV) website provides a “true and up to
date picture of cats with the FIV virus (Feline
Immunodeficiency Virus) and what it really means
for them and their owners.”

Catwork’s initial rescues eventually included an FIV • Sesame 12mths Pure black Male FIV+
cat Harry, and this began their journey in thoroughly Sponsor: ” Somewhere a loving home waits!”
understanding FIV cats to advise “that FIV is nothing Lesley Cansdell & Titch the cat.
like the problem people think it is: it is more the
perception of FIV that is the problem”. • Levi Black/White Female & Logan Ginger/
White Male ( bonded pair who need a home
This organisation and their web site is a brilliant together—both FIV+) Sponsors: With love
and useful reference source for anyone wanting from Sam & Joy Jenkins & Best wishes from
to know about or care for FIV cats. the 4 Kane Kitties

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PHOTOS BY TOVAH LEVITAS
https://www.facebook.com/Artbytovahlevitas/

STUNNING IMAGES OF SOME
GORGEOUS AVAILABLE KITTIES

1:) Lenny 4mths Black & White Male. A cuddly
boy who is very affectionate and sweet.

2:) Fernando (cover boy ) 1yr Grey Tabby Male
He is a gorgeous and unusual coloured kitty who
is very loving and playful. Sponsor: “With lots of
love!” Lesley Cansdell & Titch
“ Lenny”
3:) Willy Wonka 4yrs Tuxie Male Looking for a
dashing fur-boy in his own tuxedo? Sponsor: “For
our rainbow bridge mob!” Colleen & Ron



UPDATE ON AMBER







“ Fernando”













I was very ill and living all alone when a friend
suggested I get a cat. Well I did from Doggie
Rescue and I am so pleased I adopted her. Her
name is Amber and she is the best company.
“ Willy Wonka”
Amber was very timid at first but is so confident
and cheeky now. I just love her. She is well
cared for now. Thank you DoggieRescue! Cathy


For more details on our gorgeous available kitties
CLICK HERE

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TOTALLY
ADORABLE
& SWEET!


Are you seeking a young female beauty with gorgeous green eyes? Come meet Zoom, a
young Mum cat, her babes have all now found homes, she just needs a new
fur- family and home all of her own. Zoom is very gentle and has an exotic ticked coat.

She comes desexed, wormed, F3 vaccinated, FIV tested and microchipped. She is just over 12 months old and her
adoption fee is $220. If you are interested in meeting her, please fill in the Cat Adoption Questionnaire and email it
to [email protected] Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Joey & Rosie!” Pat Broderick

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How to keep your cat


happy & safe




We strongly promote that our adopted kitties are kept
safe indoors and in outdoor enclosures.

NSW local councils have commenced bringing in their own requirements for containing Written by
cats to owners’ properties 24/7. These needs vary by each council, however the intent is Deb Rouse
shared: your cat should not roam off your property, and to keep wildlife safe. We strongly
support these changes as this also means greater Email Deb: [email protected]
safety for your cat. DoggieRescue.com


Come to the DR cattery and
Many people struggle to accept that their cat will be happy in their own
see how these principles home and outdoor property. Yes, generally cats will get bored with the same
are applied environment every day. Please consider my hints to keep cats happy and
stimulated, while also being safe indoors and in outdoor enclosures.


Top hints for

happy cats


Provide a room with a view - a “cat TV”


Many people are now aware of how important a window with
a view is, to keep a cat entertained. A view applies to indoor
spaces and also to outdoor enclosures. A cat is a working
animal, and their senses should be “worked” to keep a cat
stimulated and happy. This means sights, sounds, smells/
scents, textures for their touch and even tastes.

A view may consist of:

• your normal street activity or even the neighbours ’
gardens,
• a part of your garden with plants to attract birds and
butterflies, and
• a bird feeder or one or more shallow water bowls to
attract bees, birds and lizards.
Lil has a favourite spot
You may be kind to native animals providing food and outdoors which catches
fresh water, and these animals are safe from your cats the sun and from where
and your cats are safe from the other animals. she can watch the action.

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Let your cat be “up in the air”

Cats love being high up, especially when they can look down
on us mere mortals. Cats instinctively feel safe when they are
in a high position and also concealed.














Zig loves to jump up the shelves in the cat
room & look down on us once she gets there



Bring the outside in

There are several ways to bring in a stimulating
environment:
• have sunny spots and spots with shades
• include pots of cat grass, cat mint & cat nip
• include multiple scratchy poles and pads,
especially different vertical or horizontal
types made of different materials
• consider a water feature: a simple shallow
bowl, perhaps to include a small solar
• You may build your own cat shelves and ramps or just fountain
place cat stands and furniture (such as tables and
shelves) together, to provide the cats ability to jump These items can easily be added to a room or
up in steps or stages. And also jump down. an outdoor enclosure.
• Cats need several flat surfaces, large enough to safely
sleep there.
• Hammocks are also useful to provide multiple high levels
and sleeping places. You can make your own from
synthetic canvas, shade-cloth, or other material, they can
be rectangles or triangles or any shape. Ensure they are
fastened safely. Ensure cats can easily and safely get in
and out of the hammocks.

More tips to come next month in the second
part of this article on keeping your kitty happy, Levi loves her grass…
comfortable, entertained and safely contained. and her cat scratchy pole!

For more information about available kitties please email Deb on : [email protected]

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Imp: 6762 CINNAMON
Breed: Domestic Short Haired
Colour: Grey/White Size: Medium
Gender: Female Age: 3yrs

Sweet, friendly girl
— priority HIGH















EVERY CAT DESERVES TO LIVE
UNTIL THEY GROW OLD




ANIMAL CARE


FACILITY

CLICK HERE
Location: 2 Rose St (off Blaxland Rd),
Campbelltown 2560
Opening hours:
Mon - Fri: 10:00am - 4.00pm
Sat: 9:00am - 12:00pm
Sun: Closed Public Holidays: Closed
Contact: Animal Care Facility Office
Business hours phone: 02 4645 4790

Imp: 6765
Breed: Domestic Short Haired
Colour: Ginger/White Size: Medium
Gender: Female Age:

Friendly, needs TLC — priority HIGH

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Imp: 6745 GRACEY Imp: 6746 SOPHIE

Breed: Domestic Short Haired Breed: Domestic Short Haired
Colour: Ginger/White Colour: Tabby
Size: Medium Size: Medium
Gender: Female Age: 2 years old Gender: Female Age: 1 year old

She’s very sweet —priority HIGH Surrendered Gentle natured, friendly girl—priority HIGH




















Imp: 6752 MITTENS Imp: 6747 BOBBY
Breed: Domestic Short Haired Breed: Domestic Short Haired
Colour: Black/White Colour: Ginger/White
Size: Medium Size: Medium
Gender: Male Age: 8 years old Gender: Male Age: 2 years old

His owners did not collect him—priority HIGH A handsome & friendly boy—priority HIGH
https://www.facebook.com/Campbelltownpoundcats/

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CLICK
HERE FOR
VIDEO





Imp: 3731 Buttons is a lovely little girl. She is very Imp: 3397 Huckleberry will tell you what he wants!
affectionate and always happy to greet visitors of the With his adorable meow and loving head butts, this
cattery. Her coat is a very pretty torti/tabby. Buttons is affectionate kitty will fill a void in one lucky persons heart.
about1-2years old. Adoption cost is $100.00 He is about 2 years old. Adoption cost is $100.00





















Imp: 3781 Silas is a beautiful, friendly kitty with Imp: 3226 Lucy is just so adorable! With her beautiful
gorgeous eyes. A very handsome black and white male long whiskers and affectionate personality, this gorgeous
he is affectionate and loves pats. Silas is about 2 years multi-coloured little 6 month old kitty will make her new
old. Adoption cost is $100.00 family very happy. Adoption cost is $200.00


WHERE: Blacktown’s Animal Holding Facility
415 Flushcombe Road, PROSPECT. NSW PHONE: (02) 9839 6161
WHEN: Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Saturday 9:00 am to 1:00pm Sunday 9:00 am to 11:00 am

CLICK HERE TO SAVE A LIFE!

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“ Jasper”
“ Simba”




































BONDED BALINESE BROTHERS NEED A HOME


Jasper's impound number is 3966 and Simba's Please visit Jasper and Simba at our facility with your
impound number is 3965. Jasper & Simba are large cat carrier (or 2 small ones) if you're interested in
affectionate Balinese cats. They were well-loved in their adopting them. CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS
previous home and are looking to be adopted to a new
home together. Jasper & Simba are a bonded pair and Jasper and Simba's adoption price is $400 for both
must be adopted together ( brothers )They are both 10 (not each) and this includes desexing, micro chipping,
years old. lifetime registration, vaccination, and health check.

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HugoHugo
Imp: 2860 HugoHugo is such a friendly, chilled out kitty. He is very affectionate & about 2 years. Adoption cost $100.00
JulietteJuliette
Imp: 3129 JulietteJuliette is a pretty white and ginger female. This sweet girl is about 1-2 years. Adoption cost $100.00
FOR MORE DETAILS
CLICK HERE!

OCTOBER 2018 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE 15

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.

In Scotland, they believe a strange
black cat turning up on your door
step is a sign of prosperity to come,
in British fishing villages wives kept
a black cat to ensure their
husbands safely returned from sea
trips, and in Japan black cats are
just generally considered good
luck… let’s all follow these beliefs
and welcome a new black kitty to
our home!







LicoriceLicorice
Imp: 3604 LicoriceLicorice is a pure
black, handsome kitty. He is
affectionate & about 4-6yrs
years. Adoption cost $100.00

For more details CLICK on the
pumpkin….

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Female cats can, and do, become pregnant from 4 months of age. You can help. Please spread
the word and make sure everyone you know (neighbours, friends, enemies, boss, long lost
cousins) desexes their cats. Spring is here and that means every entire (non desexed) cat out
there is about to become pregnant - or already is. Don’t let kittens be born...just to die.

ADDRESS : 2 Mc Cowan Rd, Cnr. Bloodwood Rd, INGLESIDE. 2101
OPEN: 10am-5pm Tuesday-Sunday SHELTER
NO KILL











OCTOBER
2018 PHONE: 9486-3133
Issue 14
ADOPTED RABBITS : 21


I’m not SCARED!
These spiders
are NOT real…
ARE THEY?












Meet adorable
Cooper in our
Bunny Section












“ At Halloween

everybun should
expect ...the

unexpected ”
www.DoggieRescue.com

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I hope these
bats don’t
have fleas














SNOWFLAKE Chinchilla Agouti Coat
2.6kgs Female A chubby, cuddly girl.
She was born at our shelter.



Halloween can be a scary and dangerous time
for pets, especially rabbits. Normal routines in
your home suddenly change with the putting up
of decorations, kids dressing up and running
around and the doorbell ringing. Make sure that
your rabbits are securely enclosed in a quiet
area if you are having a Halloween party..






















COOPER White/Grey Markings Male A gentle & very
pretty boy who loves being cuddled and stroked.

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Copyright 2018:

DoggieRescue.com
Permission is given to
reprint for educational
purposes only, provided that
DoggieRescue.com
Magazine is acknowledged.

Published by:
DoggieRescue.com
ABN 49098918471

Address: 8 Chiltern Rd
Ingleside NSW 2101
Phone: 9486 3133
or 0429 044 484

Editor, Advertising,
Typesetting, Layout &
Design: Corinne Daw
Email: Magazine
@doggierescue.com

MIDNIGHT Black Male A chubby, cuddly boy who loves Photography: Lyndall Hord,
to play with rolly toys. Kim Bernotas, Tovah Levitas,
Martha Pavlakis, Natalie
Burns, Amelia Spence &
Vivienne Chan

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.
PINKY Mini Lop with Lilac Points. Ruby eyes.
1.5kgs Female. A docile, gentle girl who enjoys
cuddles & pats.

Halloween, it’s...
SCARY!!!
keep your
kitties locked up
safe inside!





































Halloween is one night when everyone loves to give themself a fright.
Witches, ghosts, ghoulies & bats are not as scary though as FIV+ cats!
Senseless prejudice & fear for kitties like Levi lasts for all of the year….
Levi & her brother Logan wait & wait—while superstition decides their fate!


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