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Adoption Day at Kellyville Pets!

Adoption Day at Kellyville Pets!

Shelter dogs in need of loving homes

With two successful Adoption Days under their belt, Kellyville Pets are gearing up for their 3rd Adoption Day on February 20, 2016. This February, Kellyville Pets will be hosting alongside Animal Welfare League (AWL) NSW. AWL NSW is a registered charity that has been caring for surrendered, neglected and abandoned animals for over 55 years, and Kellyville Pets has been a proud supporter for many years.

In partnership with AWL NSW, Kellyville Pets already has the ‘Purrfect Partner Program’ established which rehomes rescue cats and kittens (a program that has successfully rehomed over 200 pets to-date). This Adoption Day brings with it the opportunity to meet the rescue dogs and puppies available via AWL NSW that would normally only be seen at their shelter.

There will be approximately 8-10 dogs in attendance on the day, all currently residing at an AWL NSW shelter. Some dogs have been there for more than 400 days patiently waiting for the right family to come along. All dogs available on the day for adoption through AWL NSW have been behaviour assessed before being matched with prospective owners to help ensure we find the right home for each pet. In addition, they are desexed, vaccinated, microchipped, on flea control and have been wormed.

Kellyville Pets hope that these Adoption Days bring more awareness to the option of rehoming rescue animals when looking at selecting a new pet.

“Kellyville Pets has been a wonderful and generous supporter of AWL NSW for more than four years,” said AWL NSW Marketing & Fundraising Manager Carlene Albronda. “Not only do they find our cats new homes, but they also organise fundraising activities on our behalf. We really look forward to expanding our partnership through the Adoption Days focused on rehoming our shelter dogs and puppies.”

 Kellyville Pets will continue to host adoption days with various organisations in 2016.

Shelter dogs are seeking permanent, loving homes
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