Help needed to keep homeless pets warm on the Gold Coast this winter

AS the months get cooler Animal Welfare League Qld is asking the community to donate blankets, towels and bedding to help keep their homeless animals warm.

Communications Manager Brooke Whitney says that during winter the animals are more susceptible to illness which holds up their ability to be adopted as they are put into foster care while being treated.

“We would be grateful for blankets, warm bedding, towels and sheets to help keep the animals warm while they wait for new homes,” Ms Whitney says.

“Winter is a great time to adopt a pet as animals make the perfect companions and are great to cuddle up to on the couch,” Ms Whitney says

If you’re looking to update your own winter wardrobe AWLQ has 11 op shops. We have lots of great winter items and all profits go back in to helping save the lives of more animals.

The Animal Welfare League of Qld cares for 10,000 animals annually and has five rehoming locations in Brisbane, Ipswich, Beenleigh and on the Gold Coast.

To donate click here.

Flix searches for her forever family

THE Animal Welfare League is hoping a family will visit their rehoming centre on the Gold Coast and adopt Flix, who is looking for a loving family to call home.

Flix is a two year old cuddly cat that will come up to you and sit on your lap for some scratches and tickles.

She is gentle and placid and gets on with other cats.

Flix would love a home with an owner who will dote on her.

Meet this little sweetie at the Animal Welfare League’s Rehoming Centre on the Gold Coast.

PHONE: 07 5509 9030
WEB: www.awlqld.com.au/adopt-a-pet
ADDRESS: Shelter Road, Coombabah, Qld, 4216

Furrgie waits for his forever home

THE Animal Welfare League is hoping a family will visit their rehoming centre on the Gold Coast and adopt Furrgie, who is looking for a loving family to call home.

Furrgie is a 6 month old Domestic Short Haired cat.

Furrgie is a cuddly little kitty cat who is waiting for his new family to come and adopt him.

He enjoys playing with other kittens so he would do well in any home environment.

Furrgie has been desexed and is waiting to meet his forever family at the Animal Welfare League’s Rehoming Centre on the Gold Coast for an adoption fee of just $50.

PHONE: 07 5509 9030
WEB: www.awlqld.com.au/adopt-a-pet
ADDRESS: Shelter Road, Coombabah, Qld, 4216

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Playful Jynkx wants a place to call home

THE Animal Welfare League is hoping a family will visit their rehoming centre on the Gold Coast and adopt Jynkx, who is looking for a loving family to call home.

Jynkx is a playful Staffy x Sharpei who aims to please!

He’ll need a home that will be happy to continue his training and give him lots of love, exercise and enrichment.

He loves to play with doggy friends and is eager to learn

Jynkx has been wormed, vaccinated, desexed, micro-chipped and issued with a clean bill of health, and is waiting to meet his forever family at the Animal Welfare League’s Rehoming Centre on the Gold Coast.

PHONE: 07 5509 9030
WEB: www.awlqld.com.au/adopt-a-pet
ADDRESS: Shelter Road, Coombabah, Qld, 4216

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Cash searches for his forever family

THE Animal Welfare League is hoping a family will visit their rehoming centre on the Gold Coast and adopt Cash, who is looking for a loving family to call home.

Cash is a sweet little two year old staffy x ridgeback who is very smart and knows basic obedience.

He is very trainable and food orientated.

Cash would make a great exercise buddy or is happy to relax on the couch to keep you company.

Cash has been wormed, vaccinated, desexed, micro-chipped and issued with a clean bill of health, and is waiting to meet his forever family at the Animal Welfare League’s Rehoming Centre on the Gold Coast.

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PHONE: 07 5509 9030
WEB: www.awlqld.com.au/adopt-a-pet
ADDRESS: Shelter Road, Coombabah, Qld, 4216