Cats and dogs - and their offspring - that arrive in our care are fostered in the homes of our carers where all of their health, social and welfare needs are met. This includes the engagement of professional trainers for dogs if deemed beneficial for the dog.
Our companion animals come into care for many reasons, they may be surrendered by previous owners or calls from vets to assist.
Many of our kittens are strays that are trapped in the wild. Stray kittens under 16 weeks are considered homeless and can come directly to rescue. It is generally easy to tell if a kitten is a stray or has a home by watching its behaviour and also its appearance. These little waifs always need extra tender care for their health and socialisation but they are generally quickly zooming around without a care in the world.
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land where we work and live, the people of the nation and pay our respects to Elders past and present. We celebrate the stories, culture and traditions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders of all communities who also work and live on this land.