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Save a Life with Animal Welfare League

Animal Welfare League NSW sets out to rehome at least 200 dogs and cats in the month of September as part of their "Save a Life in September" campaign, supported by Purina.

The month culminates with a fundraising event in Martin Place, Sydney on September 25th from 7.30 am - 2.30 pm, where members of the public can get up close and personal with some of the dogs in care, chat with staff and seek advice from their animal experts. You can also Save a Life this September by donating directly to helping the animals that are in the care of AWL.

Members of the public are being asked to consider adopting a shelter pet rather than getting animals from other sources and to either donate or raise funds for Animal Welfare League NSW during September.

During “Save a Life in September” they want to let the community know that shelter pets are happy, healthy and ready to be given a second chance at a forever home. They have gorgeous dogs, cats, puppies and kittens all waiting to meet their new family.

It’s also good to know that you can adopt with peace of mind, as all cats and dogs from Animal Welfare League come health checked, behaviour assessed and desexed. Their expert team is also on hand to help guide you through the process of adoption and find the dog or cat who’s the perfect match for your lifestyle.

When: September 25 from 7:30am-2:30pm

Where: Martin Place, Sydney

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