Awlq

Awlq
Awlq
Animals-COOMBABAH, QLD
Animals-Coombabah, QLD
The AWLQ specialises in the care, shelter, and re-homing of cats and dogs. Since 1959, the AWLQ has opened its doors and hearts to all companion animals in need. As well as providing on-site..
Shelter Road, Coombabah, Qld, 4216.
Shelter Road, Coombabah, Qld, 4216.
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The AWLQ specialises in the care, shelter, and re-homing of cats and dogs. Since 1959, the AWLQ has opened its doors and hearts to all companion animals in need. As well as providing on-site care at its' three Re-homing Centre's (Gold Coast, Beenleigh and Ipswich), the AWLQ has a fostering and rehabilitation program that is second to none. The AWLQ works closely with the Gold Coast City Council in providing care for stray animals during their impound period, with all unclaimed animals then transferring to the AWLQ for re-homing.

The Animal Welfare League of Qld takes care of approximately 10,000 strayed and abandoned animals annually from South East Queensland. The AWLQ receives no Government funding for welfare work, relying predominantly on the community for support.

The AWLQ specialises in the care, shelter, and re-homing of cats and dogs. Since 1959, the AWLQ has opened its doors and hearts to all companion animals in need. As well as providing on-site care at its' three Re-homing Centre's (Gold Coast, Beenleigh and Ipswich), the AWLQ has a fostering and rehabilitation program that is second to none.

The AWLQ works closely with the Gold Coast City Council in providing care for stray animals during their impound period, with all unclaimed animals then transferring to the AWLQ for re-homing.

As well as a high focus on rehoming, the AWLQ continues to increase community awareness about how to end the tragedy of pet overpopulation. Our goal is to bring an end to the euthanasia of healthy animals in Australia through legislative changes, education and awareness.

We need the Community's Help

The AWLQ cannot continue its welfare work, caring for the communities homeless animals without the financial support of the community. The direct costs involved in the re-homing of each animal are approximately $500 This cost does not include the support staff that maintain the organisation, allowing the AWLQ to keep its doors open, or the veterinary clinics, which provide charitable veterinary care to the public.

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