Our mission is to rescue healthy, treatable pets from pounds and shelters in southern NSW & ACT and rehome them with adoptive families.
We are based in Wagga Wagga and Canberra.
Thank you PPP, we greatly appreciate your support.
To all who helped PPP over the last 12 moths or so I would like to say thanks. Unfortunately we could not continue and the committee have decided to close our charity. Our final business transaction occurred yesterday when PPP donated all of our funds to BFPR.
This is a direct quote from PPP's Facebook page.
We have one foster family with heavy hearts tonight, you see after 10 months in foster care the very very beautiful Bella was adopted today.
Thank you to Bella's wonderful foster family for looking after her and a big thank you to her new family for not only adopting, but adopting an adult cat.
Good luck in your new home Bella x
We have been so busy with adoptions over the past 10 days and we are super happy but the down side is that only 2 cats have been adopted.
Last kitten 'season' was huge and as a rescue organisation we know that we took in 'too' many kittens - but how could we say no. As a result we still have 50 kittens / cats in our care and in another couple of months kitten season will be here again.
Most of our kittens are now 6 months + and we really need your help in finding them forever homes. If you are considering adopting a cat, please please please consider adopting one who might be a little bit older. Just one advantage of adopting an older kitten/cat is that we know their personality and we can let you know if the kitten/cat is the right match for you & your home.
Kitten/cat adoption fees range from $100 - $200 and this helps us recover some of the cost of their desexing, vaccinations, microchipping, flea & worm treatments.
If your pet is not desexed, get it done now!
This has been shared from Lake Road Veterinary Clinic's Facebook page:
We are very excited to be involved and celebrating National Desexing Month!!!
Call the clinic for special deals and use the CODEWORD of "SNIP" to receive your discount on desexing your pet.
We recently received a generous donation from a charitable foundation who wishes to remain anonymous. We have used it to pay vet bills and to purchase six of these crates to showcase the available kitties at adoption events. We are very grateful for the person's generosity.
Hi my name is Elliot and I am looking for a family to love me and make me part of their family. Once I get to know you I am very loving, and think I am a lapdog. I am excitable and react to anything or anyone new. I have plenty of energy and am happy to spend my day playing in the garden with another active dog. I am good with cats I know and play with my foster carers cat.