The Getting to Zero Model details the principles and strategies for reducing the numbers of incoming cats and dogs to pounds and shelters and saving 90% of all incoming stray and surrendered cats and dogs in a whole community.
The model is based on AWLQ’s successful strategies in reducing incoming animals and reducing euthanasia rates in Gold Coast City, Australia, a city with over half a million people. Because AWLQ manages all of Gold Coast City’s stray and abandoned animals, it has been possible to develop a whole community change model, transferrable to other cities and towns.
We hope all communities, local governments and animal welfare groups will be equally as passionate about being part of this Getting to Zero evolution in Australia.
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Please go to www.g2z.org.au to find out how you can participate to prevent impounded and abandoned cats and dogs and save more lives.
We have been made aware of a telemarketing campaign that is currently occurring where the caller will try to solicit funds by claiming to be from Animal Welfare League Queensland or AWLQ.
Animal Welfare League Queensland (AWLQ) does not utilise the services of telemarketing or door-to-door fundraisers for any of our campaigns.
Please be assured that all donations to AWLQ are processed online via our secure payment gateway at www.awlqld.com.au/donate. Please keep this in mind when making a donation, if you are ever unsure call us on 07 5509 9014. Thank you for your continued support!