Sydney Pet Rescue & Adoption Inc.

Every Life is Precious to Us

 

BUSHFIRE APPEAL FOR THE ANIMALS

Commenced 14 January 2013


Charlie, a tiny 5-year-old pug, is bravely fighting for his life in Tasmanian Animal Hospital, after suffering severe burns to 50 per cent of his body in the devastating Dunalley bushfire.
18/1/13  Charlie went home and comes in daily for bandage and wound checks.
http://www.abc.net.au/local/stories/2013/01/10/3667499.htm?site=hobart

SPRA has launched an appeal to help pets, wildlife and other animals affected by the bushfires raging in Australia and Tasmania. Priorities will be pets and animals in NSW, but all cases in need will be considered for assistance subject to funds available. Rescue groups and individuals in need will be considered. Priorities will be cases without access to other support.


OUR PLEDGE:

To the animal victims of these terrible bushfires, and their rescuers and carers......

Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Your courage and spirit inspire us.
We pledge our support to you.
We pledge to raise as much money as we can to help you.
Hang in there, we are with you. 

Another little 5yr old Tasmanian fire victim named Tiddles. His poor face & whiskers singed, and toes burnt. Tough little guy was found under a pile of debris by his owners. He is staying at the Tasmanian Animal Hospital till his owners get back on their feet.
18/1/13  Tiddles the cat with burnt feet is still with us and having treatment but his wounds are healing so well. He will be going home after his owners find a new home.

 

  OUR GOAL $20K
Please help us blitz our target!
The more money we can raise, the more animals, their rescuers and carers, we can help.
Please give generously.

We want to get your donations to the animals as fast as possible!. We plan to dispatch funds on a regular basis, when the amount of funds is sufficient to enable this.
Our first distribution will be sent shortly and will be shown at the bottom of this page.

Please continue to give generously so we can distribute more much needed financial assistance.

Please help the animals and donate now.
Donations of $2 and over are tax deductible

DONATE ONLINE - 
 
You will get an automatic receipt

DONATE AT BANK
Bank: ST GEORGE BANK
Account Name: SPR&A - EMERGENCY APPEALS FUND
BSB: 112-879,  Account number: 456837415
Reference: use 'Bushfire' with your surname & initials


DONATE BY CHEQUE
You can post a cheque donation - please do not post cash.
Cheques should be made payable to: SPR&A Emergency Appeals Fund
Cheques should be posted to
SYDNEY PET RESCUE & ADOPTION Inc. PO Box 361, Jannali NSW 2226

GIVE A GIFT VOUCHER
Franklins and other rewards vouchers which can be cashed in for pet food or goods to help the animals.

 

GROUP WE ARE HELPING

Southern Cross Wildlife Care

Howard at Work wombat

SCWC was founded by Dr. Howard Ralph, a veterinarian with long standing wildlife specialist experience. SCWC is a non profit organisation receiving no government funding and run by volunteers. They rely on donations to keep operating.
Howard’s endeavours are endless. He volunteered at the Queensland floods and went back to assist wildlife (and other animals) at the cyclones. 
24 Jan 2013  Bushfire wildlife victims update by Dr Howard's assistant Glen
Glen has been working side by side with Dr Howard Ralph and his wife Glenda for 12 days straight both in the Moss Vale and Braidwood clinics.They have helped dozens of animals, mainly kangaroos and wombats down the south coast and possums and birds on the north side of Sydney
.On one of the days in Braidwood, they were told to evacuate, the people across the road did, but they stayed to keep helping the animals they were treating, Glen said it was pretty scary....
The costs are very high, for 10 mils, it's $400 for the antibiotic they use.... so they are past the $2,000 mark. Dr Ralph is in Coonabarrabran now treating more animals .... he never stops
 

We're getting your donations where they're needed as fast as possible

 Please dig deep! We want the animals and their rescuers and carers who are working so valiantly to save them, to have the benefit of your donations as soon as possible. Please watch this space to see how your donations are being distributed to the animals.

20/2/12 We have transferred $525 to Southern Cross Wildlife Care
See above for information about them.

 If you are in the area, Southern Cross Wildlife Care are holding a fundraiser 7/4/13

 
 
 

 

 

 Stories about animals affected by the bushfires.

 
 

 

 

SPOTLIGHT ON OUR SPONSORS

 

THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS AND BUSINESSES WHO HAVE PLEDGED THEIR SUPPORT:

Individuals (date order)
(Note-'Give Now' Remittance Statement is sent to us a week after the end of the month- these donations will be listed when statement is received)

15/01/2013  $50 Karen B
22/01/2013  $50 Norma C - "for your worthy cause"- possibly for the bushfires"
25/01/2013  $100  BM - "to help animals injured by the bushfires"
30/01/2013  $100.00     Ethel R "to assist in the rescue of animals affected by the bushfires"

Jan 2013 Donations via 'Give Now'
15/01/2013    $50.00     Robyn    Ruse    For the animals injured in the bushfires
16/01/2013    $50.00     Donna    SA    Please ensure this goes to animal victims of the NSW bush fires
17/01/2013    $50.00     Judy     this donation is for bushfire victims.
20/01/2013    $25.00     Gwendoline  For the Help of Animal Bushfire Victims
8/02/2013    $50.00     Carolyn R 
"To help injured pets and wildlife from the recent bushfires"

  

  
Yarrabin fire in Cooma Monaro area

 

  On behalf of all the animals, thank you for supporting our rescue effort.

SYDNEY PET RESCUE & ADOPTION
Registered Charity CFN 20040
GIVING LOST & ABANDONED PETS A SECOND CHANCE- Member Society of WSPA

 


11/1/13