Throughout November, we ran a campaign across our social media channels that showcased what it’s like to be an Animal Welfare Officer.
Our AWOs work on a number of community support projects ranging from controlling feral populations to rescuing abandoned animals. They work to protect the vital bond vulnerable people, the elderly, the homeless and those suffering from mental health issues have with their animals. And by taking our educational initiatives out to the community, we have a better chance of preventing cases of neglect, abandonment and cruelty.
In this video, we join Tania as she helps an owner who’s unable to get her dog neutered, as part of our Pick & Snip project.
In these videos, we join AJ and Libby as they unveil what it takes to run our Trap, Neuter, Return project.
In this video, we join Tania as she returns Twilight back to his loving owner after we helped them through our Pet Refuge project.
If you’ve enjoyed learning all about what our AWO team do, you can read more about our projects here.
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