Free care for companion pets of GC homeless at AWLQ Pet Support Day

A variety of Gold Coasters in need have buddy animals, yet numerous can not afford to maintain their pets healthy and balanced.

To help, the Animal Welfare League Queensland held a Pet Support Day at the St Johns Crisis Centre on Monday, changing the parking lot of the centre into a makeshift vet clinic.

44 animals were examined as well as immunized, while the team likewise dispersed vouchers for follow-up vet examinations and desexing.


AWLQ representative Craig Montgomery stated the organisation is dedicated to buddy pets, and also supporting their proprietors, when in need.

“A homeless person’s animal can typically be one of the most important, dependable friend in their life. AWLQ is devoted to making certain that their best friends are vaccinated, microchipped, wormed, dealt with for bloodsuckers, given food and bed linen, with a deal of complimentary desexing coupons to their proprietors,” he stated.

PHOTO: Supplied by AWLQ When the demand arises, AWLQ additionally assists the homeless to rehome their pets should their situation end up being as well hard. Mr Montgomery claimed this is constantly done with empathy and in the most effective rate of interest of the pet.

A range of other provider were additionally at the occasion including The Good Box for Dogs, The Good Box for Blokes & & Gals, a St Johns Crisis Centre nurse, and a lot more.