Pets of the week – Week of May 23, 2018 | Photos

Little Orphans Animal Rescue 

We are a passionate group of friends dedicated to helping the ‘little ones’ who may be very young and need a little bit of extra care. We are an in home foster care network located in Bendigo and take small kittens and puppies to help them grow up to be strong enough to be adopted by loving families.

Our animals are vet checked, microchipped, vaccinated, desexed, and flea and worm treated before going to their new homes.

New foster carers are always welcome to help the animals in need.  Please help us to help the animals.

Enquiries may be made by: Calling: 0409 182 447, Email:  kerrie@littleorphans.net or Facebook

Echuca Animal Rescue Service

Echuca Animal Rescue Service is a community-based, not for profit, organisation focused on rescuing, fostering and rehoming companion animals.

We have a dream that one day all animals will be safe, loved and cared for. We believe that every life is special and deserves a second chance.

We will partly fund our veterinary and other costs by fundraising events.

Any donations are gratefully accepted and are tax deductible. 

Find us here or phone 0466 983 674.

Campaspe Animal Shelter

For full details on our adoption process, please head to Campaspe Animal Shelter's webpage: www.campaspeanimalshelter.com.au

Located at 520 McKenzie Road, Echuca. For any enquiries phone 5480 3005.

Happy Paws Animal Rescue

Happy Paws is a privately run, pro-life animal rescue group located in Bendigo, Victoria.

We are dedicated to rescuing animals that are in desperate need of a second chance and prepare them for adoption.

This process involves any vet work required and every animal is desexed, vaccinated, microchipped and treated for fleas and worms.

We are currently looking for amazing people to become Foster Carers.

Fostering provides a homeless animal with a safe and loving home until a forever family can be found.

Rescue groups can only take on an animal if a Foster Carer is available, without a Carer, an animal is likely to face an uncertain future in the pound.

Fostering is an incredibly rewarding experience which literally saves the lives. For more information please emailhappypawsrescue@hotmail.com

Chally Animal Rescue

Volunteers at Chally Animal Rescue come from a range of backgrounds - but we all have one thing in common; we are all passionate about helping the forgotten animals in our society.

On a daily basis, this is in the form of the many foster animals we look after and adopt into loving, forever homes. But more than this, we are passionate about long-term solutions and community education; our dream is that one day we are no longer needed.

Email: theteam@challyanimalrescue.org.au or phone: 0448 327 128.

BAWCS

For more information on adoption from Bendigo Animal Welfare & Community Services, visit the website: www.bawcs.org.au and click on Adopt a Pet.

Please complete Bendigo Animal Welfare & Community Services online Adoption application form as the first step to progress your interest.  

Jemima’s Gift Bendigo

Jemima’s Gift is a non for profit animal rescue group. All animals rescued through Jemima’s Gift are vet checked, vaccinated, wormed, microchipped and desexed prior to rehoming.

To find out more about Jemima’s Gift visit their website or Facebook page. To apply to adopt an animal please email Leah at leah@jemimasgift.com or phone 0481 393 681.

RSPCA 

For more information on adoption from the Bendigo RSPCA, call 5441 2209 or visit the shelter at 20 Pipers Lane, Bendigo.

Opening hours are Monday to Saturday 10am to 4pm and Sunday 10am to noon. Click here to visit the shelter's website.

Normal adoption fees: 

Canine four-legged friends: Puppy (aged under 4 months) $420; Dog $385; Senior dog (aged 10 years and over) no fee.

Feline four-legged friends: Kitten (aged under 4 months) $195; Cat $120; Senior cat (aged 10 years and over) no fee.

Mt Alexander Animal Welfare Inc.

Mt Alexander Animal Welfare Inc is a not for profit animal welfare organisation providing high quality animal care and community education on animal welfare. 

We find lifelong homes for surrendered and homeless animals through careful rehoming programs.

Volunteers form the backbone of our activities at our shelter at 24 Langslow Street and at our opportunity shop at 105 Barker Street, Castlemaine. Click here to visit the shelter's website.

Do you work with an animal rescue group? Are pets waiting to be adopted? Email us details and photos: astrid.michael@fairfaxmedia.com.au or phone 5434 4470 for more information.