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2019 Winners Revealed!

2019 Winners Revealed!

The Jetpets Companion Animal Rescue Awards is thrilled to announce the WINNERS for 2019. The Rescue Awards is a national program that celebrates and recognises achievements in the rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of companion animals Australia-wide. “In our second...

JETPETS COMPANION ANIMAL RESCUE AWARDS FINALISTS ANNOUNCED

JETPETS COMPANION ANIMAL RESCUE AWARDS FINALISTS ANNOUNCED

Unconditional love changing lives - over 1,000 entries received! The Jetpets Companion Animal Rescue Awards is thrilled to announce the FINALISTS of the 2019 Awards, which celebrate and recognise achievements in the rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of companion...

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Pet Adoption & Foster Stories

Inspiring and heartwarming stories of successful pet adoption and fostering from all over Australia.

Hildy & Benny, Sylvester and Gracie

Hildy & Benny, Sylvester and Gracie

Growing up in Germany we always had at least one family dog. It was therefore always clear to me that one day I would own a dog again. I was very excited when we found a dog-friendly house to rent! Even before we could move into the new house I started to look at...

Lorraine and Lucy, NSW

Lorraine and Lucy, NSW

Last year one of our dogs, a Cairn Terrier ‘Jaimie’, died and left a hole in our family. We organised with a friend who works at the Sutherland Shire Animal Shelter to meet with an American Staffy ‘Daisy’ that no-one was interested in and had been at the shelter for a...

John and Tilly, NSW

John and Tilly, NSW

John shares his heartwarming story of adopting Tilly. When I lost my beautiful Tenterfield Terrier, Max, to cancer, I thought I never thought I would find another to fill his place. He left a huge hole in my heart as he was my constant and loyal companion. I was...

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

Mahatma Gandhi

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