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Introducing Awards Supporter Getting To Zero (G2Z)

The Jetpets Rescue Awards 2018 is proud to introduce Getting To Zero (G2Z) as one of our Silver Rescue Supporters.  G2Z is a national program developed and delivered by the Animal Welfare League of Queensland. The aims of G2Z is to increase responsibility for...

New awards program for companion animal rescue revealed

The inaugural Jetpets Rescue Awards 2018 launches in Sydney to celebrate and recognise achievements in companion animal rescue Australia wide. Animal lovers from rescue groups, animal shelters, pet businesses, veterinary industry and the media gathered at the Coal...

Introducing the Jetpets Rescue Awards 2018

A new national awards program for companion animal rescue Pets4Life is pleased to introduce the inaugural companion animal rescue awards to recognise and celebrate the most inspiring examples of rehabilitation and re-homing of companion animals Australia...

Pet Adoption Stories

Stories of successful pet adoption from all over Australia.

Brittany & Gretel, NSW

Gretel is five years old. I adopted her five months ago from a shelter. Gretel’s background is one of life’s biggest mysteries to me. Her kind nature made us feel like she had come from a loving family, even though she was found as a stray. Physically, her body looked...

Alec, Ash & Milly, NSW

We have two rescue cats named Ash and Milly. Ash is two years old and Milly is eight. We found Milly at a vet clinic. She was placed in an esky with her sister and left outside of the vet hospital. Because they were in an esky, the vet staff called Milly's sister Esky...

Ben and Olivia, NSW

I am a long-time volunteer of Sydney Wildlife and about 10 years ago, one of our fellow wildlife rescuers was called out to relocate a ‘very large’ snake from someone’s living room in Sydney. Upon arrival at the house, they quickly realised this was not a local...

“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way in which its animals are treated.”

Mahatma Gandhi