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Who wants to be an AWL Volunteer?

Who wants to be a Volunteer? AWL received a phone call on a Sunday morning, about a three week old kitten that was desperately in need of care that had been given to them. They lived over 2 hours drive away but were prepared to bring the baby kitten to Batemans Bay. A couple of hours later they arrived at our kitten carer's home and as it turned out she had a mother cat that was suckling babies and the beautiful mother cat washed the new baby and let it suckle. Little Poppet is progressing really well, although small for her age she is now learning to eat food with the help of a very dedicated volunteer carer. It is moments like this that make being a volunteer with AWL so enjoyable. Would love you to join us! Phone Elaine on 0410 016 612 We have several adult cats available for adoption, all would love a home before Christmas. For more details phone Elaine, 0410 016 612. AWL promotes responsible pet ownership and all our animals are vet checked, de-sexed, vaccinated and wormed Media Release


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