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Published by magazine, 2018-03-28 16:06:33

DoggieRescue CATS E-Magazine April 2018_Neat

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

DoggieRescue PHONE: 9486-3133

APRIL
2018
Issue 22

Meet Esmerelda -
DoggieRescue’s
gorgeous spider
slayer. Read her
story inside!

www.DoggieRescue.com

2 APRIL 2018 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE

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What’s inside: Published
MONTHLY

FROM MY DESK 2
By Monika Biernacki

ADOPT, DON’T SHOP! Featuring our 3

two new gingers Lady Marmalade & Hugo Hello Readers,

LOGAN & LEVI FIV cats do make great 4-5 Miss Esmerelda introduces our cat E-Magazine this
pets. By Deb Rouse month and some of our new arrivals and some of our
pairs are popping over so they are not forgotten. With so
A SWEET KITTY CALLED ESMERELDA 6 many cats and kittens looking for homes, bonded pairs
by Oznur Mezgil seem to have little chance, yet they have so much to
offer to busy working people.
EVERY CAT IS A GIFT! There are just so 7
many positives about adopting a cat…. Especially in focus this month are our beautiful bonded
pair of siblings Logan and Levi. As kittens they were found
TOO MANY KITTIES, NOT ENOUGH 10-11 to be FIV positive and now young adults they still wait for
HOMES. By Corinne Daw their forever home. Don’t miss Deb’s article on them p4.

CAMPBELLTOWN ANIMAL CARE 12-15 We introduce Oznur our volunteer photographer who each
FACILITY— Kitties needing homes! month will be writing about her favourite shelter kitty. This
month it is Esmerelda p6.
BLACKTOWN ANIMAL HOLDING 16-20
FACILITY Featuring abandoned cats. Our pound section p12-21 is again filled with cats and
kittens as pounds continue to overflow with abandoned,
HAWKESBURY ANIMAL SHELTER CATS 21 unwanted cats. Are you able to save a life?
Adopt one, or two or even a few!!!
I hope you enjoy the magazine which Corinne puts
DOGGIERESCUE HAS BUNNIES—Did 22-25 together so beautifully each month and thank you to
you know? Meet them and fall in love! everyone for your support!

Email: [email protected]

APRIL 2018 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE 3

MEET “ LADY MARMALADE ” & “HUGO” (bow tie)

Domestic Shorthair Both 5 months Ginger/White Female & Male .
Not a bonded pair. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS,VIDEOS, STORIES & LOTS, LOTS MORE!

RESCUE CATS ARE THE BEST BREED!

4 APRIL 2018 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E- MAGAZINE

• Feline FEATURE FIV CATS MAKE GREAT PETS!

LOGAN & LEVI

Are you seeking a sweet pair of young kitties? A brother & sister, who are Written by
obviously bonded and genuinely care for each other? They are so very Deb Rouse
affectionate to people too and need, and deserve, a loving home.

Levi & Logan were rescued at a young age, but may have been over looked as they have
FIV. Their sister was adopted when very young, and these two remained at the vets for a
period. They were kindly fostered for several months, and then came to us at the shelter.

Logan is a gorgy-boy, enjoys playing
with toys that you of course will dangle
and throw for his amusement. He likes to
take his toys back to his bed, where we
mostly find them. He is a lovely fluffy
ginger and white – showing the general
tendency of gingers to be very friendly.

Sponsor: Love from Sam & Joy Jenkins

Many people may fear FIV, due to misconceptions. www.fivcats.com advises cats with FIV do not have “a life-
threatening disease” from FIV itself & have an immune system which “just goes on working, not perfectly, but
perfectly adequately”. We focus on keeping these two happy and secure which helps maintain their immunity
systems, and they in return make us happy!

Levi is the “brains”, she is smart and quite Sponsor: “ Our paws are crossed! ”
good about assessing risks. Long and lean, she The 4 Kane Kitties
has huge green eyes to assess the world
around her. She does enjoy being patted, her
fav soft spot is just under her chin! Her coat
looks like a tuxedo, but… she has tabby
ginger markings in her black coat which
show up in the bright sunlight, quite unusual.

Are you seeking a loving pair to be part of your caring family? Come & meet Levi & Logan!

Email Deb: [email protected] DoggieRescue.com

APRIL 2018 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE 5

CLICK HERE FOR THE MOST AMAZING VIDEO OF TWO BONDED CATS

How do Logan & Levi spend their days? Bianca, DoggieRescue Kennel Hand, had a couple of
quick picks. Let us go in for a close up….A gorgeous pair of kitties, so bonded and in love with
each other. Logan ( ginger ) and Levi ( black/white ) have waited along time to meet their forever
family. It could be YOU! For more details or to meet them please email: [email protected]

6 APRIL 2018 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E- MAGAZINE

• Feline FAVOURITES A sweet kitty called Esmerelda

by Oznur Mezgil

Hello Readers,

My name is Oznur and every month I
volunteer as a photographer at Doggie
Rescue. After I take the photographs I
often sit with the cats awhile. They are all
gorgeous but my favourite is Esmerelda.

“ ESMERELDA ”

Domestic Shorthair 2 years Black/White Female
Loves: Cuddles, playing and her kitty friends.
Experienced at: Purring. Slaying spiders.
Suit: A family who will appreciate her.

Esmerelda is one of the sweetest cats you could
ever meet. She is always so friendly, cuddly and
purrs as soon as she sees you. She loves playing
with toys and with her friends. She is also very
smart. Once I entered the cats enclosure there was
a dead spider. Esmeralda was keep touching it and
coming to me. It was so obvious that she killed it
and was so proud to show me. I can't wait to see
her finding her well deserved forever home.

Sponsor: “ I cannot adopt a cat but want to help!”
Grant Rogers

For more details contact:
[email protected]

Esmerelda loves playing with toys : VIDEO CLICK HERE!

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Every cat is a gift

What gifts do cats bring to your life? Firstly, cats are great anti-depressants
and just cuddling your cat can release Oxytocin the feel good hormone which
has very positive effects on your mental health. What is better than the gift of
love? Whether it be loudly purring, rubbing against you or wanting to cuddle up
and just be with you, a cat takes your loneliness away. Don’t forget the gift of
laughter and fun! Cat’s love to play and enjoy life and it does not cost much
money to entertain them. Cats are independent!! No more early morning walks
and a cat is happy to entertain themselves while you are away at work.

There are just so many positives in adopting a cat, and the only thing better
than ONE cat is adopting TWO! Come and meet your purrfect match today!

CLICK HERE
FOR VIDEO

Pinocchio Jiminy Tennessee

Brick Tommy Lil

William ( in gift wrap top left corner ) 1 yr Tabby/ White Male
Pinocchio & Jiminy 2yrs 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
Tennessee 1yr Tabby/White Male
Brick 1yr Tabby Male Sponsor: “ A house is not a home without a cat!” Sylvia Raye’
Lil & Tommy 1yr Black/White Female/Male ( bonded siblings ) Sponsor: “ Wishing you a happy home soon!”
Breanna & “ I think you are purrfect, just like me!!” with love & licks from Doris the Cat

For more details of the showcased kitties CLICK HERE or please contact [email protected]

8 APRIL 2018 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE

“ Hey...cat LATTE, ONE OF OUR VERY FIRST KITTY ADOPTIONS SHOWS
lovers!! ” DOGGIE SISTER PENNY THAT SIZE IS NOT WHAT COUNTS!

Are you interested in
volunteering with the shelter
kitties? Come and help keep

them clean and happy.
We’d love to meet you!!!”

Latte: Purrhaps,
in winter we will
consider cuddling,

Penny...

Volunteer Tash with Logan

Kitty Wranglers required to
help with feeding & cleaning,
cuddles come after!!!!

For more details please contact Thank you Kirsty for adopting both Latte ( 2 years ago, failed foster ) and
[email protected] Penny ( 3 months ago ) - Kirsty is very long term experienced dog walker
and is one of several regulars who takes the bigger dogs for walkies.

APRIL 2018 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E- MAGAZINE 9

Valley View Boutique Cattery

valleyviewcattery.net

Our Beautiful Cattery Is Open For Business. We Would Love
Your Cat To Come And Stay With Us While You Enjoy Your
Holiday. We Are In Peaceful Warriewood And Have Enclosed
Our Verandah So Your Cat Can Enjoy Lazing Around In The
Sunshine, Enjoying Cuddles, Playtime, Fresh Air, Scratching
Posts And Lots More. We Are Fully Qualified And Hope Your
Cat Will Come And Stay With Our Family Soon.

“ Let your cat enjoy REVIEW: “ My Godson chose Valley View after much researching
the catteries in his 25km radius. He chose Valley View and could
being part of our family not have spoken more highly of it’s owners, Natalie and Joel. Their
while you enjoy your care, love and commitment to the cats was wonderful. He even told
me he wouldn’t mind staying there himself!!!! ” Sue Bosler
holiday.”

CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS AND MORE DETAILS - WARRIEWOOD AREA

For more stories CLICK HERE
The Cottage Animal Hospital
16 Ross St, PARRAMAMTTA

Calvin is a 7 months old kitty
who came in from a pound with
a terribly injured toe.

Calvin had his surgery and was such
a good brave boy. Here he is getting a
healing cuddle from nurse Ellen from
The Cottage Animal Hospital while he
recovers from his very big day.

When he heals and is back to his
cheeky self he will enter Doggie
Rescue’s adoption program so you
will be seeing him again in the
magazine as he looks for his forever
family. We hope you get well soon
Calvin.

10 APRIL 2018 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE

TOO MANY UNWANTED KITTIES,
NOT ENOUGH HOMES By Corinne Daw

Every day in a western Sydney pound dumped cats and kittens arrive. Some are pregnant and many have
litters of kittens. It is not unusual at this pound for 30+ cats/kittens to arrive daily. This is just ONE pound.

For these abandoned animals their life depends on…

• BREED, AGE, COLOUR– CUTENESS

Purebred cats, unusual or pretty colouring/fluffiness
can help find popularity and a potential new family.

• PERSONALITY—ABILITY TO BE HANDLED/

FRIENDLINESS Unless a kitten/cat can be handled/
patted and cuddled their chances of adoption deteriorate.
This is especially so if they are fearful / shy /hide and are
not used to human contact. Mostly these are the kitties
who have been living rough and have been trapped.

• HEALTH—ANY ONGOING HEALTH PROBLEMS

like cat flu/ringworm/other health issue, especially if it’s
contagious, can result in death unless a rescue group
steps in.

• THEIR ABILITY TO SHINE ON SOCIAL MEDIA/

FACEBOOK sites where many of adoptees are found.

It is a fact that only 3% of impounded cats are claimed. Francesca above was one of the lucky ones.
So what happens to the other 97%? Some pound facilities There were over 100 plus cats and kittens
rehome the bulk of their impounded cats, mostly through waiting at Blacktown Animal Holding Facility to
social media, or they are taken into the care of a variety of be adopted/rescued and Francesca was the
rescue groups. But there are many thousands who, through one chosen to be sent to DoggieRescue.
no fault of their own, are euthanized simply because they
were not lucky enough to be chosen.

Most Australian states have DoggieRescue has previously taken many
introduced laws requiring all cats to cats/kittens from Blacktown and surrounding
be micro chipped, registered and pounds. Recently rehomed Josephine and
desexed (SA, Canberra, Victoria, WA, Juliette were both ex Blacktown kitties.
Tasmania) but in NSW, owners are
‘encouraged’ to desex their cats, While saving these cats is imperative it is
it is not compulsory by law. important to stop the breeding cycle which
results in so many unwanted kitties. With the
kitten season lasting longer each year due to
the warmer winters, resulting in more births,
compulsory desexing for all sold/adopted
kittens is mandatory.

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Just why are so many kittens /cats abandoned? CATS BECOME LOST and even though some are
micro chipped they are not always claimed. It is
Kittens are so adorable and sweet, but grow very quickly sometimes an easy out for a now unwanted pet to
from that tiny bundle of fluff into leggy teenagers. leave it in the pound ( or dump it somewhere ) and let
Impulse buys don’t always lead to a loving, permanent the pound staff deal with it. Problem solved. Despair
home for life. The child who wanted that cute kitty so and desperation are part and parcel of any pound
badly could be married with children of her own before worker or rescue group. There is never enough time/
her chosen cat passes away through old age. Many cats never enough funding...never enough homes available
can, and do if well cared for, live into their twenties. That for the many in urgent need.
is a huge commitment of time, money and love for each
kitten sitting in the pet shop window. If you are not MARRIAGE BREAKDOW OR BIRTH OF A BABY
prepared to care for an animal for its whole lifetime— Lifestyle changes that do not always include your pre
then don’t adopt. loved pet.

Many cats are abandoned when SOME CATS ARE LOVED AND WANTED and end up
circumstances change. in a pound through no fault of their owners. Old people
die/ or enter nursing homes. Loved pets become
MOVING Whether it be relocating overseas or in in homeless, usually as an adult or older cat where it is
rental accommodation that does not allow pets. harder to find a new family.

LACK OF MONEY. When you adopt/purchase a cat you I have covered some but not all reasons why cats
are committed to it’s care which means veterinary end up in pounds. How do we stop this constant
expenses. It could just be for annual vaccination but if a flow of unwanted kitties? Compulsory desexing is
cat should become sick the costs of it’s care will rise a start but somehow people need to be educated
sometimes resulting in abandonment. that when you adopt a pet—it is for LIFE!

Let us focus on another outer Sydney pound Imp: 681 YASMINE (below) This gorgeous torti girl 2yrs
currently experiencing an upsurge of cats with
kittens, young cats and underage kittens by gave birth to her 5 kittens on the 20th March in the pound.
themselves and mother cats with kittens. She urgently needs a rescue group to save her and her pretty
kitties. If you can help her please contact Campbelltown ASAP.
CAMPBELLTOWN ANIMAL CARE FACILITY
2 ROSE STREET, CAMPBELLTOWN. 2560

CLICK HERE

PHONE: (02) 4645 4790

With their facility nearing capacity the
abandoned KITTIES at Campbelltown
urgently need help with ADOPTIONS or
if under age from RESCUES GROUPS.

For more details re the waiting kitties ….
Click here!

CAN YOU SAVE
A LIFE?

12 APRIL 2018 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE

“What greater gift than the love of a cat? Cats are one of the most
beloved human companions of all time.” Charles Dickens

FOR THE LOVE OF

CAMPBELLTOWN ANIMAL CARE FACILITY— CLICK HERE!

CATS! Do you love CATS?
I do too!
So why adopt ONE
when I can have TWO?

Imp: 6284 Imp: 6252
Gerald Mira
1.5yrs Medium 1yr White/Grey
Haired Tabby/ Female
White Male

APRIL 2018 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE 13

Imp: 6246 Imp: 6274 Imp: 6320
Anabel Courtney Young Ginger
1.5yrs Tabby 1.5yrs Black/ Male
Female White Female

A pair is great but …..will TWO do?
With so many homeless cats perhaps I could adopt ….a FEW!

Imp: 6278 Does my lovely
Lori purrsonality
8wks Torti/Tabby show….
& White Female

Imp: 6250
Eldo
2yrs Black/
White Male

What about that gorgeous torti/ This poor kitty with a sore nose
tabby kitten - do I have room for looks in need of a cuddle or TWO,
FOUR? It’s a big house, could I He’s the one that everyone
possibly fit in ONE MORE??? passes by - I’ll think adopt him TOO!

14 APRIL 2018 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE

There’s so many tiny kittens—are they on death row?
If only I could take them all, please readers can’t some of you go?

YOU HAVEN’T GOT A CAR…..IS CAMPBELLTOWN SO VERY FAR?
WHAT’S THE ADDRESS NOW???? NEVER MIND... PLEASE GET THERE SOMEHOW!

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

Opening hours:
Monday-Friday: 10:00am - 4pm
Saturday: 9:00am - 12:00pm
Sunday: Closed and Public Holidays: Closed

APRIL 2018 DOGGIERESCUE CATS E- MAGAZINE 15

Cats are addictive, as all Imp: 6312 Small male.
cat lovers know, He was found in a cat
Taken good care of they carrier in a park with his
can live for twenty years white teddy bear, and
or so. wearing a blue flea collar.

Cats on the lounge, cats in
the hall, cats in my bed,
cats under my feet…
My days will be filled,
my purrfect life complete.

But wait, did someone say
this one is on death row?
I’ll have ANOTHER,
nobody will know!

CLICK HERE for
stories, videos &
lots, lots more!

Just when I
thought I was
done I’ve gone
and fallen for
this cute one…

Imp: 6282
Walter
2yrs Tabby/
White Male

Sadly I sit scanning the internet... all alone,
for strictly no pets are allowed in this a rented home,
but if wishes come true one day I’ll realize my dream...

And become the craziest cat
lady anyone has ever seen!!!!

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Imp: 755 Imp: 758
Coral Dakota

CLICK HERE
FOR VIDEO

ALL CATS AND KITTENS

ADOPTION PRICE INCLUDES DESEXING,
VACCINATION, HEALTH CHECK, LIFETIME

REGISTRATION AND MICRO CHIPPING
CLICK HERE

PHONE: (02) 9839 6161

Imp: 427
Marmaduke

CLICK HERE Imp: 1236
FOR VIDEO Katie

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

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 ( Open Easter Saturday 9am –1pm )

CLICK HERE TO SAVE A LIFE!

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CHECK OUT
BLACKTOWN’S
NEW PROMOTION!

FRONT

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Adoption price
reduced to just $59

Remember if you are looking
for a new best fur friend there
are so many cats and kittens
homeless in pounds.

CLICK HERE!

Imp: 4651
Sally

Imp: 0593
Eclipse

Imp: 1438 Imp: 0541
Oscar Nikki

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Imp: 1012 Did you know Imp: 629
Tom holding a black cat Erina
makes you look thinner?

Imp: 5438 Imp: 1013
Tonka Truck Cruise

CLICK HERE
FOR VIDEO

Imp: 382
Tigerlily

APRIL 2018 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE 19

BLACK AND WHITE DELIGHT

Come over to the dark side and adopt a black or a black and white cat! Their dark beauty, whether
they be tuxedos or patched and just simply a stunning pure black...They are all PURRFECT!

Imp: 641 Midnight
2yrs Pure Black Female

Imp: 789 Crystal
1-3yrs Black/White Female

ADOPTION PRICE $59.00 each

CLICK HERE
FOR VIDEO

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

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 ( Open Easter Saturday 9am –1pm )

CLICK HERE TO SAVE A LIFE!

20 APRIL 2018 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE

Imp: 934
Patrick

Imp: 616 Imp: 617
Ricky Rastus

BLACKTOWN ANIMAL AVAILABLE
HOLDING FACILITY— FOR

CLICK HERE IMMEDIATE
ADOPTION
FOR MORE DETAILS!
CLICK HERE FOR
$59 MORE VIDEOS!

ADOPTION Imp: 615
FEE Rachel

CLICK
HERE

APRIL 2018 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE 21

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

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

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

22 APRIL 2018 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE

NEW! We have ripped See all our gorgeous buns
waiting for adoption ( including
right into this magazine to
Snowflake featured below)
bring you the latest BUNNY on pages 23-25…..

NEWS from DoggieRescue!

Hop in to meet
the bunny of your
dreams...ME!

Quote: What is the only thing better than
adopting ONE bunny? Adopting TWO, of course!

APRIL 2018 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E-MAGAZINE 23

Dave
Davina

Caramel Hazelnut

MEET DOGGIERESCUE’S BUNNY FAMILY!

• Dave the daddy is a laid back boy who knows how to enjoy life! His favourite thing to do is to bunny flop on his

side where he stretches out and relaxes. Dave is getting used to being picked up and enjoys the interaction with
the volunteers. His dream home would be a large space to stretch out and some humans who would enjoy a
more calm furry friend. Dave is a fawn mini lop cross dwarf lop rabbit with brown eyes and he weighs 2.5kg.

• Davina the mummy Is a curious and gentle girl, now a proud mummy to 2 babies. When not looking after her

kits, she enjoys exploring her play area and investigating all the happenings at the rescue. She is learning to
become more comfortable to be picked up by the volunteers, but once seated on their lap, she loves being
patted and gives little kisses. Davina would love a home where she has lots of space to explore and lots of toys
to keep her curious. She is a mini lop with a black otter short coat, brown eyes and weighs 1.8kgs.

• Caramel and Hazelnut love exploring and playing together. They would love a home with lots of interaction and

playtime. They are both mini lop. About 12wks old now and ready for adoption.

DAVE IS DESEXED.ALL RABBITS ARE VACCINATED. REIMBURSEMENT VACCINATION COST $40 EACH RABBIT.

24 APRIL 2018 DOGGIERESCUE.COM CATS E- MAGAZINE

CLICK HERE
FOIR VIDEO

1.) Lucky is a curious and playful girl. Shy at first she soon warms up and loves being brushed and stroked.
2.) Snowflake is a chubby girl who enjoys a good brushing and some snuggles or playing hide and seek.
3.) Cooper is a very pretty boy who loves attention. A recent arrival he will be available for adoption soon.
4.) Pinky is a docile, sweet girl who loves being picked up and being around people. She is a Mini Lop.
5.) Midnight is really as black as midnight! He is a well behaved, gentle boy who loves to play with his rolly toys.
6.) Peter is a curious, cheeky boy who loves to explore. Toys like jingle balls are his favourites!

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• FEATURE RABBIT VACCINATIONS By Vivienne Chan Copyright 2018:

Many of us animal lovers know that cats and DoggieRescue.com
Permission is given to
dogs need regular vaccinations and worming reprint for educational
purposes only, provided
treatments to ensure that they stay healthy. that DoggieRescue.com
Magazine is acknowledged.
Whilst rabbits do not need to be wormed on
Published by:
a regular basis (only as needed basis) it is DoggieRescue.com
ABN 49098918471
extremely important to ensure that your rabbit
Address: 8 Chiltern Rd
is vaccinated regularly against rabbit Ingleside NSW 2101
Phone: 9486 3133
hemorrhagic disease (RHD), also or 0429 044 484

commonly known as calicivirus. I’ve had Editor, Advertising,
Typesetting, Layout &
Calicivirus is used by the Australian my jab! Design: Corinne Daw
Email: Magazine
government to control the wild rabbit @doggierescue.com

population. Domesticated rabbits can be Photography: Oznur
Mezgil, Kim Bernotas &
protected against two out of three strains with Vivienne Chan

a vaccine called "Cylap". Calicivirus is fatal to Printing: SPOTPRESS
9549-1111
rabbits who are not vaccinated and they die a Davina (pic) is a pair with Dave www.spotpress.com.au
painful death from damage to their internal See Website for more details
organs. Sometimes there will be signs of an DISCLAIMER: The point
of view that is expressed by
affected rabbit such as fever or lethargy, but often there will be no visible signs and some contributors in their
respective articles does
they die suddenly. The virus can be spread directly from other infected rabbits or not necessarily reflect that
of the Publisher, Editor.
indirectly from contaminated objects which get into contact with an unprotected Advertising for services and
products appearing here is
rabbit such as hutches or water dishes, insects such as flies and mosquitoes as accepted by the Publisher
and Editor in good faith.
well as other animals who can carry the disease but not be affected by it. However the Publisher and
Editor give no guarantee or
Rabbits need to be vaccinated with the "Cylap" vaccine to ensure they are protected endorsement of products or
against the main strain of the virus. Currently the Australian Veterinary Association services, nor the
recommends that adult rabbits have 2 vaccinations 1 month apart and then every 6 advertisers will fulfill their
months. For baby bunnies, it is recommended that they have vaccinations at 4, 8, obligations.
12 weeks of age and then every 6 months.

All of our rabbits available for adoption from Monika's are vaccinated according
to vet recommendations. It is up to the adopting owner of the rabbit to ensure
their rabbit is frequently vaccinated alongside regular check-ups to ensure they
live a healthy happy and long life of 6-12 year lifespan.

I’m just a LUCKY’S….
funny bunny!
Ha! Ha! Ha! LAUGH
OF THE
MONTH

Q: What kind of music do
rabbits like the most?

A: Hip-Hop

No - Kill Charity Phone 9486-3133 Volunteers welcome!

A KIND HOME, LOVE AND COMMITMENT

PURRS & AFFECTION. TWO FOREVER

FRIENDS. INFINITE LOVE….

Logan & Levi ( bonded siblings ) are seeking a compassionate &
unprejudiced family. Read their story inside.


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