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If you love them, desex them

We believe it is every pet owner’s responsibility to desex their pet, not only for their own pet’s health and well-being; but to curb accidental litters that add to the thousands of lost and abandoned animals that enter shelters each year.

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Desexing your pet is simple.
If you love them, desex them.
There were many happy faces around the Home when news spread of Giggles' adoption during the recent adoption drive. He had been patiently waiting for 96 days.

Cat adoption records smashed thanks to you

To all who responded to my first blog, thank you for a positive and...

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Free F4 vaccination for cats & kittens adopted before this Sunday

Adopt one of our cats or kittens by Sunday 26 March 2017 (inclusive) and...

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A happy home for Graham: A cat who endured horrific injuries

Stray moggie Graham arrived at our North Melbourne shelter with injuries so horrific, we...

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Golden Oldie Bella finds her senior soulmate

At seven years of age, senior dog Bella found a new lease on life...

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Our voice for Victoria's cats and dogs

Help us advocate for the welfare of dogs and cats.

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