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Published by magazine, 2018-12-29 00:55:01

DoggieRescue CATS E-Magazine January 2019_Neat

2 Mc Cowan Rd, Cnr. Bloodwood Rd, INGLESIDE. 2101
NO KILL
OPEN: 10am-5pm Tuesday-Sunday
SHELTER
DoggieRescue PHONE: 9486-3133






JANUARY
2019
Issue 31







Feeling woozy, all I
can see are…
SPOTS!










Harper is having a
“ Happy New Year”
meet him inside….





















www.DoggieRescue.com

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Published
What’s inside:
MONTHLY
Dear Readers,

FROM MY DESK 2
By Monika Biernacki Harper introduces our January cat e-magazine well and
truly in the swing of celebrations. Grayson ( pictured with
me above ) looks a little exhausted from all the
A SLIDESHOW OF BEAUTIFUL KITTIES 3
By Kim Bernotas celebrations (p6) whilst Tommy and Lil and Willy are just
watching on the side-lines. They would all appreciate
2019 NEW YEARS WISHES 4-6 some visitors in the holiday period giving them some one
By Amelia Spence on one attention. Cats, like dogs, also need help to climb
out of their shells and forget the traumas of the past.
2018 CAT ADOPTION OF THE YEAR 6 They would welcome you with happy meows and purrs.
Meet Angelica & read her story We are always looking for volunteer carers. Who knows
what relationships may develop.
5 MINUTES WITH LOGAN He’s young, 8
gorgeous & comes with a sweet partner... Our super shy Angelica was with us some 2 years until
one of our very experienced carers fell in love with her
DO THESE KITTENS DESERVE TO LIVE? 10-11 and recognised her potential!
What is your council’s policy….

Gorgeous Pinky introduces the revelry in the bunny
CAMPBELLTOWN ANIMAL HOLDING
12-15
FACILITY— Adopt a pound pet. department (p19). She has recently found a boyfriend
called Licorice and they happily partied all night! With
BLACKTOWN ANIMAL HOLDING 16-18 Licorice’s recent adoption Pinky is looking for another
FACILITY—Available kitties partner to share her life with. We have quite a few new
bunnies come in some of whom have found partners
MEET PINKY OUR COVER GIRL! She’s so recently. It is so nice for the buns to have a mate to share
gorgeous –where is her forever family? 19 their toys with when we are not around! Check out
Vivienne’s summer tips for bunnies to keep them cool in
the summer heat.
SUNNY’S SUMMER TIPS! 20-21
By Vivienne Chan
“ Wishing you all a Happy New Year and a fun
holiday season. If you have some time on your
hands pop in and give some fur kids a cuddle!”
Email: [email protected]

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Rescue cats are
the best breed!









Photos: Kim Bernotas







































Contact: DoggieRescue Shelter Ingleside CLICK HERE
Business hours phone: 02 9486-3133 for more details on the
slideshow featured kitties

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NEW YEARS WISHES!



By Amelia Spence There’s no
DoggieRescue vacant laps...
Cat Wrangler

























“ There are 22 cats currently available at Monika’s
Rescue, some which are located at their Veterinary
practice in Parramatta and others in the Northern “ My wish would be to be adopted as an only
Beaches shelter. A few of the cats decided to share cat as I want to be spoilt. The other kitties
with me their New Years Eve wishes! It was all mostly take all the attention away from me at the
the same: a new start in a new loving home.” Amelia shelter.” Maddie

MARVELLEOUS MADDIE is a beautiful torbie and a spoilt only cat. Maddie enjoys play sessions and she
white coloured cat. Maddie enjoys a scratch and will likes to chase toy wands and balls, although she is not
lean her face into your hand to get further attention. fond of bells. Maddie, as will all the other lovely kitties
She has also started climbing on kitty wranglers lap for would love to have a new home and be able to share
a cuddle, although she does suffer from a bit of their life with someone special, why not consider a
anxiety due to living in a cattery and would love to be
rescue kitty?! Sponsor: Lesley Cansdell & Titch the Cat

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We want a
home together














Tommy and Lil are brother and sister, a bonded playing with toys - she especially enjoys chasing ping
pair. Tommy and Lil are both fluffy with black and pong balls and going after a toy wand. Tommy is a floof
white coats and Lil, the smaller of the two, could be ball who is quite timid towards people, although kitty
described as a little pudge. The pair had a difficult wranglers are working with him using socialisation
start to life, being rescued from a hoarding situation, techniques taught to us by the previous Cat Coordinator
along with their friend Angelica who has found a and he is slowly becoming more confident. Tommy and
home. Lil is the more affectionate of the two, Lil both share the same New Years Eve wish, hoping for
although she can be a bit shy until you get to know a loving home together with an experienced cat lover
her. Once she knows you, however, she will come who can continue working with Tommy and Lil and give
over for pats and rub against your legs. Lil also loves this gorgeous pair of kitties a loving forever home.



Thinking… My
New Year’s wish
is to be adored!
Willy Wonka is a
large black tuxedo boy
with grey ripples throughout his
coat. When Willy was rescued, he was
treated for a broken pelvis but that has
not slowed him down and he has been
better for a while now!

Willy enjoys gentle pats and can be
quite vocal when you come into his
domain. He also enjoys playing with
ribbons. He gets on with mostly all the
cats, but a few of the alphas like to tell
him who is boss!

Sponsor: “ For our rainbow bridge
mob!” Happy New Year from Colleen
& Ron

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Harper, our gorgeous cover boy, is a fluffy black
cat, whose coat looks brown in the sunlight.
Harper, along with his two brothers who have
already found homes, was rescued before being
due to be put to sleep! When Harper first came to
Monika’s he was quite shy and timid, however with
special treats, yummy food and social techniques
Harper has becoming a friendly boy. Harper loves
to rub across your legs as well as chat with you in
the form of mews, he also likes a scratch. Harper
would be the alpha male of the group and is
always the first to explore a new toy or bed. Harper
enjoys telling other kitty’s who is boss, although he
does have his favourites.

Harper’s New Year wish would be to find a loving
home.

Sponsor: In loving memory of Joan Elmes
( cat lover )





Grayson is a lovely Russian blue cross grey male cat.
Grayson is very affectionate and will often ask for a
scratch or a cuddle, he has been known to follow his
favourite kennel hands around when they come in to
say hello. Poor Grayson has had to have his tail
amputated and suffers from incontinence, although this
does not slow him down! Grayson wears a nappy with
a harness attached when he is exploring the cat room.

Grayson’s New Year wish would be to find a special
family where he can receive a lot of love as well as give
out love, and who do not mind cleaning a dirty nappy.

Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Joey & Rosie!” Pat
Broderick

THE COUNTDOWN …
10 9 99 9 8 88 8 7 77 7 6 5 4 3 2 1


HAPPY NEW YEAR!
ADOPT - DON’T SHOP & GIVE A HOMELESS KITTY A FAMILY

For the beautiful feature photos DoggieRescue wants to thank…

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

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CAT ADOPTION
OF THE YEAR


Of all the cat adoptions this year Angelica’s
would have to be the standout. She came
into DoggieRescue’s care in late 2016 and it
has taken many months of kind treatment and
patience for her personality to begin to shine.


Angelica! are being introduced to her with slowly. Cinnamon has
started to look in at her as a means of inspecting this
By Amelia Spence, her Mum new creature! Angelica is happy in her new home and
we, her new parents, adore her, she has all the time in
Angelica was adopted from Monika’s DoggieRescue at the world to settle and continue gaining confidence.
the end of November 2018 by her number one fan - me!
She has moved in with Josh, Tabitha and Cinnamon Thank you to Linda for rescuing Ange. Thank you
( Feta ) and is now a part of our family. Angelica was to Monika’s Rescue for housing her at your shelter.
rescued from a hoarding situation as a kitten with two Thank you to the kennel hands for helping to look
other cats - Lil and Tommy and was always a very timid after her. And thank you to the Kitty Wranglers, as
cat. Angelica has been at the shelter for over a year and well as the previous Cat Coordinator Deb, for
I have worked with other kitty wranglers to help her gain helping to socialise her as well as love her.
confidence with people.
PS: Ange says she will send more photos when she
Angelica is taking her time to settle in as she is not used settles into her new home a little more.
to being around people for so long. Her two cat sisters


“OH, NO….WE’VE FORGOTTEN
SESAME’S WISH!” My New Years Eve
wish is to find a loving
Sesame is an enchanting short haired jet- home where I can have
cuddles on tap!
black cat who has FIV, although that does
not slow him down at all. Sesame is an
extremely friendly boy, enjoys receiving pats
and will even jump up onto your lap for a
cuddle. He loves an intense ear scratch and
enjoys playing with wands. He is currently
housed with two other FIV positive kitties and
he gets on well with the female, but no so
much with the male who is the alpha kitty and
likes to tell him who is boss! Sponsor: Happy
New Year with love from Tovah & Lola

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I love looking down
at everyone from
my high bed... with
LOGAN


AN INTERVIEW ….

1. Social with other cats. Logan is
especially close to Levi his
sister. They are a BONDED
PAIR to be adopted together.
2. Is now 2 years of age and has
been homeless since he was
a kitten..
3. Very social, likes to be close to
you and be part of the ‘action’!
4. Enjoys a good meal, like a
range of fresh & tinned food &
he loves his biscuits too!!!
5. Both Logan & his sister Levi
are FIV+ which mean that they
need to be inside only kitties.
As with all cats though they
would love to be outside in an
enclosed, safe area at times.
6. Has the FLUFFIEST tail ever
and a lion like mane around his
neck but is enjoying a very
cute, shorter summer clip.

Sponsored by: Logan: With lots of love from Sam & Joy Jenkins & FOR MORE DETAILS PLEASE
Levi: Happy New Year from the 4 Kane Kitties PHONE 9486-3133



ADOPT A RESCUED CAT

DOGGIERESCUE 2 McCowan Rd, INGLESIDE. NSW. 2101
Phone: (02) 9486-3133 www.DoggieRescue.com/adoption_cat.htm



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Please

ADOPT

don’t
SHOP


Rescue
Thousands of kitties Pets Are
are dumped in the
holiday season...it’s Best!
purrfectly disgusting
Lil ( with her bonded
brother Tommy pictured
below ) came from a
hoarders situation. This
stunning pair of cats are
seeking a special home
together.

Pease call 9486-3133
or CLICK HERE

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Written by Corinne Daw


DO THESE KITTENS DESERVE TO LIVE?


Another year has passed, with its joys and sorrows and as we begin a brand new year it is a time for resolutions.
Perhaps your resolution is to make more money…. or save more, to get fitter and lose weight. Many people start the
new year planning a holiday or thinking about changing jobs. Vowing to change their life for the better. My resolution
is for everyone to realize just how precious life is. Every life. Animals who come into pounds have no voice of their
own and many times their fate is decided by people who never even meet them. These kittens above are homeless
but in the loving hands of a caring veterinary practice. Forever homes will be found for these precious babies but if
they were in some pounds they would be killed because they weigh less than 600 grams.
Have you ever asked your council what their policy is In some pounds it is the weak, the frail and sick, the
regarding abandoned cats and kittens? Councils have scared...tiny underweight kittens (under 600grams )
the power to kill...or save and to some the ‘easy way’ deemed non life saveable. Mothers with kittens rehomed
out is to kill. But these councils are answerable to their but their tiny kittens killed. Hissy kittens, who sometimes
ratepayers...yes YOU have the power to change things! just take a day or two to respond, are called feral. Sadly,
they have every right to be terrified of humans!
There are many proactive councils who realize that the
marketing and support of the community via the all Councils make decisions in a committee of people who
powerful social media network helps enormously in sometimes just see black and white and never feel. As
rehoming pound animals. Blacktown Animal Holding they analyse their data or decide what the budget will
Facility is a stand out with their rehoming policies and cover helpless lives hang in the balance. Killing is an
success rate of adoptions and also finding foster carers. instant problem solver. But it is not acceptable in 2019.

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Councils whose budget does not cover the cost of Each month DoggieRescue showcases pound cats and
rehoming of their pound animals are lucky if they have kittens from both Blacktown Animal Holding Facility
the backing of a group of dedicated community and Campbelltown Animal Care Facility because
volunteers. Campbelltown Council is proud of their people who work hard at saving lives deserve to be
reduced euthanasia numbers and increased adoptions supported and encouraged. The days of pounds being
and the responsibility for this is partly due to an active able to justify the killing of the sick and vulnerable pound
rescue group called Community Helping animals are a thing of the past for these abandoned
Campbelltown Pound Cats. animals have just as much right to live as the most loved
pet. The response from families who have adopted cats
This group of volunteers through networking over social and kittens from the pounds and shelters show that even
media find sponsors for the overdue cats, rescue groups scared cats, given time and love, make wonderful pets.
to take underage kittens or mother cats with kittens and
cats with medical problems and also families to adopt It is time for every council to be proactive and
cats who are in danger of being euthanized. They work responsible and to learn from other successful
hard, for no money but the rewards are huge as many councils the way to save lives, and for ratepayers to
cats and kittens have been rehabilitated and rehomed
due to their amazing work ethic and dedication. be actively involved in their own council’s policies.


Imp: 7077 AMELIA 6yrs Female Seeking rescue group! Amelia has an
enlarged abdomen and some enlarged lymph nodes palpated. Vet has recommended further vet work up .

































Contact: Animal Care Facility Office
BH phone: 02 4645 4790
CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS

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If looking for a new pet please ADOPT...We will be on the next PTS LIST...













Imp: 6943 Tabby Female 1.5yrs

Hello, my nickname is Mona and I
came into the facility as a stray with
my two kittens who have now
found forever homes. I am a very
laid back young lady, who enjoys
exploring the cattery.
Meeting new people is easy, I love
to snuggle into your arms and
purr in delight. I'll make an easy
addition to any loving home! I have
shown signs of being friendly with
other friendly cats. Please adopt
me and save my life…..



Imp: 6935 T/W Female 7yrs

Hi, my name is Squeaky. I waited
for my family but they never came
to collect me. I am still a little shy at
the facility, but my confidence is
growing everyday. I am friendly
with people, accept pats and like a
scratch under the chin or behind
the ears. I would be most suitable
for a quiet home with a family that
will give me time to settle in. If you
are looking for a sweet, mature girl
- we might be a match!




We have been waiting….so long…
the Pound has reduced our price to $120

CAMPBELLTOWN ANIMAL HOLDING FACILITY PHONE: 02 4645 4790

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Come & meet us...Please SHARE….SPONSOR….ADOPT click here for details


Imp: 6997 T/W Female 1.5yrs

Hi, my name is Zora and I’m an
extremely sweet girl. When I first
came into the facility as a stray I
was shy but I’m getting much more
confident. I’m hoping my new owner
will continue to help me build my
confidence. I’m friendly with people,
and will accept gentle pats from my
carers. I would be most suitable for
a quiet home with a family that is
willing to give me time to settle in.
Adopt me today!


Imp: 7010 B/W Female 1.5yrs

Hi, my name is Nessie. I’m a shy
but sweet girl and friendly with
people, and will accept pats from
my carers. I’m becoming more
confident everyday and looking for
a quiet home with a family that is
willing to accept my shy nature and
help me build my confidence. Do
you think we could be a match?


Imp: 6967 T/W Female 5yrs

Hi, my name is Lucy & I’m adorable
and friendly! I came into the facility
as a stray and sadly no one came to
collect me. I’m very friendly and love
receiving pats from my carers and
will lean into your hand, purring in
delight as you pat me. I am sure I
could slot into any loving family with
ease, come check me out!





We’re friendly, loveable, adorable cuddle bugs in need of a second chance.
Though running out of time we are still hoping for a loving home to see in 2019



PLEASE, come and say Hello! Click here

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WAITING AT : 2 ROSE STREET, CAMPBELLTOWN. “ ADOPT A POUNDIE” Save a life












































Imp:7063 Domino 12wks Male Imp:7009 Tom 6yrs Male Imp:7064 Orca 12wks Male










Imp:7031 Willow 10mths Female Imp:7074 Freckles 12wks Female Imp:6990 Peggy 2.5yrs Female

CLICK HERE TO SAVE THE PRECIOUS LIFE OF A POUND CAT WHO HAS NEVER BEEN LOVED!
Volunteers at CHCP’s ...need your help so EVERY poundie has a chance of finding a home

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Imp: 6992
“ Starshine”
18mths Female



















Imp: 6976
“ Starlette”
18mths Female























Adoption price reduced to $120.00 each to help them find a loving home sooner CLICK HERE!

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Christmas has flown past, and as Santa leaves all the joy and happiness behind him for another year
the lucky adopted pound cats enjoy all the joys that a loving home brings but — spare a thought for the cats
left behind for they are…

THE CATS THAT

CLICK
HERE
SANTA FORGOT!
























Imp: 4477 QUINN Imp: 4462 LADY Imp: 4979 MAUDE
2-3yrs Tabby Female 2-3yrs White Female 1-2yrs Torti Female




















Imp: 4377 SEBASTIAN Imp: 4735 INDIGO Imp: 4859 MAISY
4-6yrs Grey/White Male 2-3yrs Black Female 6mths-1yr Tabby/White Female

BLACKTOWN ANIMAL HOLDING FACILITY PHONE: 9839 6161

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ADOPT A
POUND KITTEN


Until further notice all KITTENS are $150.00 to
adopt which includes desexing/micro chipping,
vaccination, lifetime registration & vet check.

Reduced adoption fee applies until 4.30pm
2nd January 2019.
click here for more information





















Imp: 4734 RAVEN Imp: 4960 NETTLE Imp: 4619 MARCUS
2-3yrs Black Male 2-3yrs Tabby/White Female 1-2yrs White/Ginger Male




















Imp: 5410 JUPITER Imp: 3903 SKIPPER Imp: 5100 GARFIELD
1-2yrs Ginger Male 1-3yrs Tabby/White Female 8-10yrs Ginger/White Male

TO GIVE A KITTY A HOME CLICK HERE $39.00 ADULT CATS

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HELP SAVE LIVES! FOSTER


CARERS URGENTLY NEEDED!


With the holiday season upon us in order to help save • 5-12 week old kittens who can eat by themselves
more cats & kittens, Blacktown Animal Holding
• cats/kittens with ringworm
Facility is calling upon cat lovers who have room in their • cats/kittens with cat flu
home and heart to temporarily foster/ care for cats and
kittens until they're ready for their forever home.
Cats and kittens generally stay in foster care for 2-10
We are looking for people who are willing to foster any weeks and a spare room ( such as a bathroom or a quiet
of the following: room with no other animals ) is required. No previous
foster care experience is needed.
• mum cats with their babies (most urgent!)
• Experienced bottle-feeders who are willing to Help saves lives by becoming a kitty foster carer.
bottle-feed orphaned kittens who are not yet able Email [email protected]
to feed themselves (also important) requesting a Foster Care Application Form.


CLICK HERE TO SAVE A LIFE!

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









JANUARY
2019 PHONE: 9486-3133
Issue 17 ADOPTED RABBITS : 23


























“ New Year Resolution…

Find my forever family! Make
my pink eyes shine this

year—adopt me! ” Pinky













www.DoggieRescue.com

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SUNNY’S


SUMMER TIPS




A Guide to helping Your Pet Rabbit Cope With The Aussie Heat

Summer may be a relaxing time for us humans, going to the beach and cooling
off with ice cream but for our furry companion pet rabbits, it is not necessarily so
relaxing as they are more sensitive to heat. Rabbits do best in cooler weather and
By Vivienne Chan prefer a temperature of 12-25ºC, anything above 30ºC can cause a lot of stress,
(Pictured with Sunny a heat stroke or even death for rabbits.
Flemish Giant x bunny)
Here are our 3 best tips for keeping your pet rabbit cool and alive this summer…

1. Bring them indoors in the shade. Rabbits do better indoors all year around and
it means they're more incorporated into the household with more interaction. But by
bringing them indoors in summer, it is an instant cool down in comparison to a hutch
with a play pen outdoors or even on a covered terrace. If you are starting to sweat
outside on a 30ºC day, imagine how a furry rabbit would feel. If your home is not rabbit
proofed, you can keep them in a play pen with a food and potty station and a few toys
to keep themselves entertained until you are able to spend more time with the rabbit.

2. Tiles and frozen water bottles. A spare tile that you have leftover from
renovations or a repurposed old milk/water bottle filled with water and frozen can make a big difference for a
fluffy rabbit. Rabbits love to lie down on tiles when it's hot just like humans standing on a cool tile ground,
they can also benefit from lying next to a frozen water bottle. If you're worried about
condensation, just wrap an old towel around the drink bottle which you don't mind the
rabbit chewing on. Frozen ice packs are NOT suitable for rabbits as they can chew
through the fabric/material and if the liquid is digested it can cause big medical issues.




















Cooper White/Grey Markings Male Licorice Black Lop Adult Male Ned Netherland Dwarf 6mths Male

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3. A fan or air-conditioning. Australian summers Copyright 2019:

can get super hot! So even on days where your pet DoggieRescue.com
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would do best in either an air-conditioned room or
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Summer is also a time where there are a lot of Phone: 9486 3133
mosquitoes and flies around, these pesky bugs carry or 0429 044 484

viruses which can cause the death of your beloved pet Editor, Advertising,
rabbit. Ensure that your rabbit enclosures are mosquito and fly Typesetting, Layout & Design:
proof, have pet safe bug-deterrents around (yellow sticky flying insect sheets Corinne Daw email: magazine
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in and out of the house is the best way to keep the bugs in check.
Photography: Lyndall Hord,
Kim Bernotas, Tovah Levitas,
Have a fantastic summer Sunny Flemish Martha Pavlakis, Natalie Burns,

everyone, stay cool and be smart Giant x Female Amelia Spence & Vivienne
about your decisions with looking Chan
after your pet rabbit!
Printing: SPOTPRESS
9549-1111
Pinky's joke of the www.spotpress.com.au

month: Q: Why does the DISCLAIMER: The point of
rabbit bring toilet paper to view expressed by contributors
the party? A: Because he in their respective articles does
is a party pooper. not necessarily reflect that of
the Publisher, Editor.
For more details or email [email protected] adoption_rabbit.htm
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 Adult Female Dandelion Lop x grey young Female

No - Kill Charity Phone 9486-3133 Volunteers welcome!














Smokey






Sunny









Hilary




2019 Dandy










Nesquick
Cooper





Please call DoggieRescue on 9486-3133 at Ingleside or fill in the Adoption form for bunnies
on www.doggierescue.com/adoption_rabbit and email it to [email protected]
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR FANTASTIC SUPPORTERS...


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