Hi everyone, Please find attached the link to our Easter eNews document recently published. The aim of this is to keep people informed, provide some tips and of course find loving homes for animals in AAPS care. Feedback is welcome and enjoy the read.
Please click here for our latest Easter news !
Cats and Kittens!
Cats & kittens of all ages are awaiting their purrfect forever homes & we have plenty to choose from! Please visit our shelter during March 29th to April 13, between the hours of 11.00am and 3.00pm at 10 Homeleigh Road, Keysborough – (03) 9798 8415
Our cats & kittens come in all different colours, dispositions, sizes, genders & ages so it would be pretty hard to NOT find your perfect match or matches (two cats are twice the fun). Of course all of our cats are desexed & microchipped & the very low adoption fee will also include a free booster vaccination, cardboard cat carrier & a toy.
Please click here for a poster to download
Award wages apply & weekend penalty
Casual Relieving Animal Welfare Coordinator/ Office/
Administration Officer - Award wages apply & weekend Penalty rates –
Experienced Vet Nurse (Casual)
Award wages apply.
| Please email/submit your resume to AAPS Office Manager –
firstname.lastname@example.org or by post – Attention AAPS Office Manager, Australian Animal Protection Society, 10 Homeleigh Road,
Keysborough, Vic, 3173
Donations! To donate to our shelter, please use one of the following options:
Please use a credit or debit card by clicking here using the "Give now" website.
This webpage allows secure online payment by any credit or debit card and a tax receipt is emailed to you.
Or, you may call the shelter on ph. 03 9798 8415or 03 9798 8044 to arrange a bank transfer. You can also send a cheque made out to the" Australian Animal Protection Society": 10 Homeleigh Road, Keysborough, 3173, Victoria.
Please help the Bunnies!
It’s not such a pleasant life to be stuck in an animal shelter when you’re a rabbit or a guinea-pig. We try our very best to make them happy & healthy while they wait for their new homes so this is where we desperately need your help. We would greatly appreciate FRESH donations of endive, bok choy, choy sum, dutch carrot tops, parsley, broccoli, pak choy, wombak, chicory, radish tops, cos lettuce. Also we need oaten or grass hay and bags of oaten chalf. Anybody who wants to donate but lives too far away, please use Woolworths online and deliver to the AAPS at https://www.homeshop.com.au/
You may have noticed a few professional photographs of some of our animals available for adoption on our website. These stunning pictures have been taken by David Oakley, who kindly volunteers his time us once a week. David has his own website - please visit him at Rivid Pet Portraiture. He has an amazing affinity with the animals and the patience of a saint.
Incase you missed it, here is a link to our Christmas Newsletter:
Click here for our previous newsletter
Cocasse was surrendered to us because his owners could no longer
keep him & it’s not often that we would be thrilled with an
animal being surrendered but in this case, it was definitely in
Cocasse’s best interests. ........... He is now a much improved,
very handsome boy who loves to play ball & he is just so smart &
loyal with those he knows. He loves his walks & he would suit an
active adult family or a family with older teens.....
Click here and scroll down to read more about our dogs ...
Daisy and Duke are quiet and shy brother sister duo. They would do well in a peaceful environment. Click here to see more photos and scroll through the other cats available for adoption
New home stories!
Please enjoy some new home stories - thank you for sending them in. Please email new stories to email@example.com.