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Council Pushes Cat Containment and Discounted Desexing to Protect Native Fauna and Pets
Discounted pet desexing program
Children: Draw you and your cat for chance to win
Carinity residents benefit from generous donors
Cat curfew updates 30 March
Woman Faces Court Over Three Emaciated Horses Found Near Mannum
Pet registration renewals due
Tara Cooley of UConn Law Honored by Animal Legal Defense Fund
“Happy tears” as Bond finds a home after 406 days
Pet registration deadline is approaching at Mildura
Chip your pet for free
Cats Must Now Be Microchipped by Law
Pet cats fall victim to ‘barbaric’ steel-jaw traps
Pet registration due in April
Bat monitoring success in Pureora Forest
Remember to renew your pet registration
Adopt don’t shop – 62 pets adopted last week
Launch of Pet Adoption Month | new leash on life
$50 Cats & Kittens Adoptable at ACAC: No Joking
Concession Card Holders Get Free Desexing in March
3-day pet adoption drive
Keeping cats safe: new video for renters
Find your purrfect pet at adoption day
Adopt your ‘Furever Friend’ at Epping Animal Welfare Facility
Ballarat Animal Shelter Sees ‘Pawsitive’ Cat Adoption Outcome
Find your purfect match this Valentine’s Day
Wilsons Prom Sanctuary one step closer
Eighteen shore plover translocated to Waikawa Island
24-hour cat curfew for Wellington Shire
Cat adoption days at Shepparton Animal Shelter
Cat curfew updates
Cats’ Playful and Serious Fights Analyzed
Delicate operation to retrieve cat trapped inside commercial tank
Tender opens for centralised cats and dogs registration system
From ‘data bombing’ to ‘dead cats’ – new book puts spotlight on PR industry
RSPCA WA’s strangest call-outs of 2022
Dumped kitten among flood of unwanted felines
Toxoplasmosis: Pathogen with Molecular ‘Key’ to Cells
Call to protect tenants with pets