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Published by magazine, 2017-08-28 20:23:05

DoggieRescue Cats E-Magazine September 2017_Neat

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

DoggieRescue PHONE: 9486-3133

NO KILL
SHELTER

SEPTEMBER
2017

Issue 15

Meet Pinocchio, who with his
bonded brother Jiminy are
waiting for adoption. P4

IN SPRING TAKE
TIME TO SMELL
THE DAFFODILS!

www.DoggieRescue.com

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What’s inside: Published
MONTHLY

FROM MY DESK 2
By Monika Biernacki 3

PRECIOUS LITTER. Macey was
abandoned pregnant—read her story!

Dear Readers,

A PHOTOGRAPHIC PROJECT BY JULIAN 4-5 Whilst I am writing this, right at the end of winter it is hard
SLATEM & DIMI RAFAEL to believe spring is close. Nights are cold and it is hard to
get those fingertips working in the mornings!
THE LIFE OF PIE 7
By Meaghan Howard

UPGRADING DOGGIERESCUE OUT- 8-9 Macey, the little pregnant kitty we rescued from
DOOR ENCLOSURES. By Deb Rouse. Campbelltown Animal Holding Facility, has given birth to
5 kittens — 3 girls and two boys. See photo and story on
FEATURING THE BEAUTIFUL KITTIES AT 11-13 opposite page. She and her little family are being well
HAWKESBURY ANIMAL SHELTER cared for by Dr. Dee and her wonderful staff at The
Cottage Animal Hospital.

BLACKTOWN ANIMAL HOLDING 14-15 With the warmer weather creeping in what better time to
FACILITY—Adopt a furry friend! get those joggers on and start up your fitness program.
Our customer service team are only too happy to find you
CAMPBELLTOWN ANIMAL CARE 16-20 a suitable doggie exercise pal. While you are here taking
FACILITY— Kitties needing homes! a breather from exercising, you can chill with some of our
gorgeous kitties who are very skilled at relaxing!
VACCINATION SAVES LIVES. Regular 21
vaccination is essential for your pet’s health.

DOGGIERESCUE HAS BUNNIES—Did 22-24 Authenticity has snapped some relaxed poses p4 & p5
you know ? Meet them and fall in love!
to demonstrate how it is done. With all those doggy

scents on your fingertips the cats will find you most

Email: [email protected] intriguing! Monika

SEPTEMBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E- MAGAZINE 3

PRECIOUS LITTER

Macey was abandoned heavily pregnant and has been rescued from Campbelltown Animal Holding
Facility. She is now safe at The Cottage Animal Hospital where she will receive the very best of care.

Macey is resting after giving birth 22/08 to 3 girls and 2 boys (we think). If
you would like to help with good quality wet food or recycled newspaper
kitty litter, please drop off at The Cottage Animal Hospital . Macey will give
you a big purry thanks in appreciation!

The Cottage Animal Hospital,
16 Ross St, Parramatta. Ph: 9890 7220

Donations for Macey can also be left at DoggieRescue at Ingleside.

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CLICK
HERE

“Jiminy”

“ We stepped out of the world of “Tommy”
CLICK HERE
canine hustle and into the mellow
feline section. Here we found a
clowder of communally-living
cats, positioned to enjoy the
beams of sunlight coming from
just over the horizon. Each cat
had their place, personality and
style. Dimi and I felt welcomed by
them, with every cat coming in
their own time to meet us.

”Julian

“Jiminy” “Pinocchio”
CLICK HERE

SEPTEMBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E- MAGAZINE 5

“Jiminy”

“ We spent a long while with them and Deborah, their

caretaker and later, went inside to meet the rest. Not only are
these cats blessed with a unique and warm personality, but
as these photographs show, they each possess a distinct

”physical beauty, too. Julian CLICK HERE

“Lil” “Tommy”

• A photography project by Sydney duo, CLICK
HERE
Julian Slatem and Dimi Rafael from Authenticity.

“ Toby, hearing impaired but
visual perfection” Julian

“Toby” CLICK
HERE
“Merida”

MEET THE KITTIES:

Jiminy 1yr & Pinocchio 1yr Both White/Black Males ( bonded brothers) Sponsors: “ Somewhere a loving
home waits!” Lesley Cansdell & Titch the cat & “In loving memory of Joey & Rosie!” Pat Broderick & Big Joey
Tommy 1yr Black/White L/H Male & Lil 1yr Black/White L/H Female ( bonded siblings ) Sponsors: “ A house
without a cat is no home!” Sylvia Raye & “ I hope you find a happy home soon!” Doris the cat
Merida 18mths Torti Female & Toby 18mths pure white deaf Male. (bonded pair) Sponsor: “ I cannot adopt a
cat but want to help! ” Grant Rogers & “ Just ‘cause you’re such a good boy!” Jane & Romeo ( see story p45 )

For more details or to arrange a meeting please email: [email protected]

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Captain 7yrs G/W Male. Logan 2yrs B/W Male & Levi 2yrs G/W Female They William 9mths T/W
Sponsor: “ For all our are a bonded pair. Both FIV+ and would need to be inside Male Playful & very loving.
rainbow Bridge Mob!” cats. Sponsor: “ Hoping they find a forever home very Seeking loving family to
Colleen & Ron soon!” Love from The 4 Kane Kitties ( CLICK HERE ) give him a kind home.

Angelica 1yr B/W Female Brick 9mths Tabby Male Astro 1yr B/W Male & Annabelle 1yr B/W Female. A

She needs time & love. A very handsome boy! bonded pair. Sponsor Astro: With love from Sylvia Raye

“ Merida & Toby (below) are life long sweethearts. They came to us separately as kittens after

some "hard times" in the pounds. Being the same age, loved doing kitten-things together. They
still enjoy buddying-up for sleep. Toby is hearing impaired yet reacts well to body language
and lip reading, he knows Merida can be trusted to care for them both.” Deborah

SEPTEMBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE 7

• • • Adoption Update “PIE HOWARD” aka Pirate feature by Meaghan Howard

The Life of Pie

Recently my family made the decision to
foster an older cat.

WHY FOSTER? Well by fostering you learn who the CLICK HERE
real pussy cat is. It can be hard to be your brave and
loving self with all sorts of strange noises and smells “ Pirate, now Pie, has finally found his
at a shelter. Getting to know your foster fur baby is safe, forever home with us.” Meaghan
going to make it much easier to find them a forever
home. Plus you are also making space at the shelter Pirate is around 7-8 years which makes him quite a bit
for another death row pussycat to be rescued. older than the other pussy cats in the cattery. He wasn’t
coping as well as the others and would spend his days
With all this in mind we met Pirate. Poor Pirate has looking for a patch of sun and avoiding his more
had a sad and terrible past which culminated in him boisterous shelter mates. He seemed to lack energy and
being rescued from a pet hoarding situation. Some of it looked as if he had difficulties jumping up on ledges.
the dogs rescued were lucky and made it to Doggie
Rescue where they are safe and looking for their Pirate will never be the Brad Pitt of the pussy cat world,
forever homes and the cats were taken to the with battle scar chunks out of his ears and even his
wonderful Cottage Veterinary Hospital. As you can tongue, bow legs and stubby paws and half shaved
imagine apart from the stress that went with their because of a skin condition, but we thought he was
situation their health needed immediate attention. gorgeous and knew that he was coming straight home
Once Pirate was stronger he then had to wait a few with us. In a very short time this funny, sweet boy has
months until a space opened for him in the Doggie found a new lease of life. It’s as if he wants to make up
Rescue Cattery. for everything he has missed out on. He plays all day
with his toys and madly dashes in and out of different
rooms stopping suddenly to leap up on a waiting lap.
He is rapidly learning to trust us and has come so far.

“ We had visions of having to build ramps It was by fostering Pirate and bringing him into our home
and steps to help him up on the lounge that his hidden personality has come out. He is funny,
and beds and tippy toeing around so as cheeky, affectionate and would make the most
not to disturb him. Oh, how wonderfully wonderful addition to any family … which is why we
wrong we were!! ” Meaghan became failed foster carers and couldn’t let him go.

We are keen to hear from people who have had
fostering experience of rescued cats in the past.
Email Deb on : [email protected]

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• Feline FEATURE FOCUSING ON CAT ENCLOSURES PART 2

Progress on
Outdoors Cat

Enclosures

Q: Are we there yet?

A: It is just around the

next corner

Written by

Both outdoor enclosures, not creatively Deb Rouse

named the “big” one and the “small” one,

have been made secure and are in use by the kitties at DR – great

benefits and fun being had! However, the internal fittings are just

temporary and based on kind donations of items while focus

swung back to the internal cat walk-way and a “duplex”. This du-

CLICK HERE plex is to help with separation of kitties that prefer being in a single

Meanwhile, outdoors we have been: feline household, not an easy task given we shelter many kitties.

• adding temporary cat walks,
• building a little pyramid of dog kennels,
• hanging an Ikea pet-tent,
• arranging cat stands and scratchy

poles, and

• adding comfy chairs for the kitties and

people.

All of this has only been possible by the
very kind donations by so many people.
Mega-miaow from the kitties to you all!

CLICK FOR VIDEO “ We have a way to go, and our
outdoor enclosures have yet to be
completed this month. Yet we are
being flexible to the nature of the kitties
we have, to keep them as healthy and
happy as possible and ready for
meeting their new families.” Deb

Lil ( at left ) enjoying the new enclosure area.

SEPTEMBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE 9

See the shelter’s progress in the photo slides below. More photos: www.facebook.com/helpandsavemore/

CATS LOVE... BREEDERS CHOICE!

A big THANK YOU to
FIBRECYCLE
producers of Breeders
Choice Cat Litter for their
ongoing support of the
DoggieRescue kitties

“ Tommy ”

“Our kitties appreciate clean litter trays, many thanks to Breeders Choice for their kind donation
of kitty litter, and trial bags are being given to the adopters of our kitties! ” Deb

Breeders Choice cat litter pellets - 99% recycled paper - no additives/chemicals www.breeders-choice.com.au

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Going to the shops soon? We have many hungry,
hungry kitties and we are very grateful for wet
(tinned, sachets) of cat food.

FANCY
FEAST is on
special!!!

We know our kitties love to have Fancy
Feast Filet of Salmon/ Turkey/ Chicken/
Tuna or Fancy Feast Royal Tuna White
meat or Fine Flakes of Tuna - please
keep your eyes out for specials at the
major supermarkets and pet food stores.

SEPTSEEMPBTEERM2B01E7RDO2G01G4IERPEOSUCNUDE.CCOAMTSCAET-SMEA- MGAAGZAIZNINEE 115

FEATURING A VARIETY OF CATS IN THREE DIFFERENT POUNDS.

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

I think I am far too
handsome to be
homeless….

Imp.PCC389
SIAMESE X

1yr Male

12 SSEEPPTTEEMMBBEERR20210717DDOOGGGGIEIERREESSCCUUEECCAATTSSEE-M-MAAGGAAZZININEE

Imp.HCC154 Ginger/
White 7yrs Male

Imp.HCC168 Tabby/ Imp.PCC167 Ginger/ Imp.PCC390 Blue Torti
White 3yrs Female White 2yrs Male 3yrs Female

SEPTEMBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E- MAGAZINE 13
HAWKESBURY ANIMAL SHELTER

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

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Every Spring pregnant cats and newly POUND CATS ARE LIKE FLOWERS
born kittens join the thousands of cats WAITING TO BE PICKED!
already waiting in pounds for adoption.

What that means is that to save their lives
shelter staff and volunteers are going to
be working very hard to find new families
and foster homes.

If you have never owned (or been owned)
by a cat then you don’t know what you are
missing! If you have already lost your
heart to a cat in your life and would love
another, or if you have a space in your
heart, and your home, that needs filling
there has never been a better time than
now to adopt a feline friend… or two!!!

Don’t hesitate to phone or visit Blacktown
Animal Holding Facility because these
kitties lives really do depend on you.

Featured cats: Impounding numbers
3138, 2993, 3239, 3061, 3100 & 3431

WHERE: Blacktown’s Animal Holding Facility
415 Flushcombe Road, PROSPECT. NSW

SEPTEMBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E- MAGAZINE 135

SPRING IS A TIME WHEN LIFE BEGINS ANEW….

CLICK HERE JUB JUB IS STILL AVAILABLE
FOR VIDEO
FOR IMMEDIATE ADOPTION

Imp: 3504 Meet "Jub Jub", a
beautiful 10 year old girl. If we
charged per kg, this would be one
very expensive cat! The adorable
Jub Jub is a large girl that usually
lays in her bed. She feels a bit out of
her comfort zone being in a new
environment and she is looking for a
new home where her new family will
be patient with her. We are confident
when she has been given some time
settling into her new home, she will
become affectionate and enjoy lots of
cuddles. Adoption cost $117.00

GINGER IS AVAILABLE FOR CLICK HERE
IMMEDIATE ADOPTION FOR VIDEO

Imp: 3577 Meet "Ginger" the
(almost) 7 year old boy.

This big fluffy boy turns 7 years
old in December. He is a bit out of
his comfort zone but we are sure
his personality will shine when he
is in his new, forever home! If you
are interested in adopting Ginger,
please visit the Facility and spend
some time with him. The adoption
price is $95

ADOPTION PRICES include HOURS : Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm SAVE A
desexing, micro chipping, Saturday 9:00 am to 1:00 pm LIFE
lifetime registration, Sunday 9:00 am to 11:00 am
vaccination & health check. (Closed Public Holidays )

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• • •CAMPBELLTOWN ANIMAL HOLDING FACILITY : CATS Pound FEATURE

How will you CLICK HERE FOR MORE
celebrate Spring? INFORMATION, VIDEOS
& CASH BACK OFFERS.

Imp. 5673
Black/White Male

Black and white is awfully nice!

Imp. 5670 Imp. 5657 LAZARIUS
White Female 1yr Black Male

SEPTEMBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E- MAGAZINE 17

Imp. 5662 Imp. 5667 Imp. 5663
White/patches Female Tabby/White Female Tabby Male

Or a bunch of beautiful flowers….

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Imp. 5650 CHARLIE
4yrs Ginger/White Male

Imp. 5660 KITTLES Imp. 5665 Ginger Male Imp. 5659 MARTY
16wks Ginger/White Female 4yrs Ginger/White Male

Perhaps spice your life up with a dash of ginger?

SEPTEMBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE 19

Maybe ...you could make room in your life for...

a very frightened,
lost, bewildered &

unloved stray

Imp. 5661
Tortie Female

Imp. 5658 RUSTIN Imp. 5672 Imp. 5668 & 5669
1.5yrs Tabby/White Male Black Medium Haired Female White/Tabby Females

SPRING, A VERY SPECIAL TIME OF THE YEAR….
CELEBRATE IT BY SAVING A PRECIOUS CAT’S LIFE!!!

Contact: Animal Care Facility Office Location: 2 Rose St (off Blaxland Rd),
Business hours phone: 02 4645 4790 Campbelltown 2560

Opening hours:
Monday: 9:00am - 3:30pm
Tuesday-Friday: 9:00am - 3:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am - 12:00pm
Sunday: Closed and Public Holidays: Closed

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

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WANTED:
Somebody to love me..

I AM SO VERY SCARED AND WILL NEED TIME AND LOVE
FOR MY TRUE PERSONALITY TO SHINE.

ANIMAL Imp: 5671
CARE Size: Large Gender: Male
FACILITY Colour: Ginger
Hair: Fluffy Due Date: 02 September, 2017

CLICK HERE FOR WEB SITE BH phone: 02 4645 4790

SEPTEMBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE 21

Vaccination has revolutionised control of infectious disease in our pets. It is essential that all pets
are adequately vaccinated to help protect the pet population as a whole. Responsible pet care
requires kittens be given their initial course of vaccinations, but this cannot protect them for the
rest of their lives. Adult cats require regular vaccination to maintain immunity against disease.

When you adopt a kitty from DoggieRescue they come with F3 vaccinations for all kittens and cats are vaccinated in
accordance with standard procedures, ie if people adopt from us then the kitties are initially covered and you will be
provided with a Vaccination Certificate from The Cottage Animal Hospital.

All of our cats are tested for FIV/Felv and that our FIV cats ( of which we have two at present Logan & Levi see page
6 for photos ) are kept as healthy as possible to keep their immunity "up". All vaccinations take time to be effective
and cats/kittens should be kept safe and away from other cats/kittens during that time, either in the house and in
outdoor enclosures, we also recommend good healthy diets. Outdoor enclosures are a great idea for any cat owner
to keep kitty safe and also stop them from mixing with other cats and therefore not at risk of picking up infectious
diseases from unvaccinated cats.

We highly recommend that after adoption that adopters engage with a good reliable vets such as The Cottage
Animal Hospital for the continued good health and care of their new family member.

With the recent outbreak of the highly contagious Feline Enteritis (also known as Feline Panleucopenia) it is more
important than ever that your precious kitty is protected so if you are unsure when you cat is due for vaccination, or if
it is overdue now is a good time to check with your vet because your pets ongoing health is of vital importance.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON VACCINATION PLEASE CLICK HERE

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SIX INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT RABBITS...

Did you know? CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO

1.) When a rabbit is very happy, it expresses its joy by jumping up “Even Australia Post couldn't resist the
into the air, twisting and flicking its feet and head. This movement cuteness of our Pinky! She's loves a
is known as a binky! cuddly bed and would love even more to
have a cuddly family of her very own! She
2.) Rabbits have good night vision and can see movement from has so much love to give.” Tricia
long distances. They can see things to the side, behind or above
them without even moving their heads.

3.) Rabbits can be easily housetrained to use a litter tray! It is
easier to housetrain a desexed rabbit. Rabbits have good
memories and get to know where everything is in their territory.

4.) Rabbits are very clean animals who groom themselves and
their bonded partner, from head to toe around five times a day! This
means you rarely need to give them a bath.

5.) Rabbits chew 120 times a minute and like to pick their favourite
foods. A clean, fresh pasture / oaten hay should make up about
80% of their diet with plenty of fresh leafy green vegetables and
grass. Occasional treats are chopped fruit, carrots, sultanas and
sprouted birdseed.

6.) Rabbits use their long ears to pick up sounds from every
direction and can hear in two directions at once! Rabbits use the
large surface area of their ears to help regulate body temperature.

SEPTEMBER 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE 23

Copyright 2017:

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

Photography: Kim Bernotas,
Deb Rouse & Oznur Mezgil

Advertising: 9746-5446

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

Adopt a DISCLAIMER: The point of
bun, we’re view that is expressed by
lots of fun! 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.

I’m Snowflake,
he’s Peter. We’re
cuddle buddies...

CLICK
HERE

In the Springtime a bunny’s thoughts turn to love. There are all different types of love but for handsome Nugget and
his shyer companion Piper it is the love and companionship of your very best friend. Nugget and Piper have grown
to love each other while waiting for a home at DoggieRescue’s ‘Bunnyland’ where all the homeless bunnies wait to
meet their forever families. What is better than adopting ONE BUNNY— why adopting TWO BUNNIES, of course!!!!

If you are interested in adopting Nugget & Piper (or any of our beautiful rabbits)
please visit: http://www.DoggieRescue.com/adoption_rabbit.htm

Or call Monika on 9486-3133 or email [email protected]


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