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FIFTEEN years ago, nearly a third of this little fella’s mates would have met a sad ending. It was even worse for domesticated cats on the Gold Coast, where half of them in 2002 were euthanised. Today, that rate has fallen to one of the lowest in Australia — to 7 percent for both cats and dogs — and the Animal Welfare League of Queensland (AWLQ) wants to reduce it further…read more
ANIMAL Welfare League Queensland (AWLQ) and Ipswich City Council have launched a cooperative campaign to assist Ipswich residents to desex their cats before the spring breeding season.
AWLQ veterinarian Dean Tait wants all cat owners to book in their furry friends as soon as possible… read more
WORLD War II trench jackets, movie set memorabilia, motorbikes, even a tinnie.
Michelle Muir has seen it all in her time as retail co-ordinator of the Animal Welfare League of Queensland op shops, as someone’s trash becomes someone else’s treasure…read more
Jarrod Wallace has swapped his Titans jersey for a purple Animal Welfare League of Queensland shirt after signing up as an AWLQ ambassador.The State of Origin star said he was keen to get involved after seeing the work done at the charity’s Coombabah shelter…read more
The Animal Welfare League is offering a citywide discount on desexing this month before the onslaught of the pet breeding season.
Seven Gold Coast veterinarians have signed up for the promotion.
Nearly one in four families experienced an accidental or unplanned litter with their pet…read more
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