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CAWI aims to provide care and find homes for unwanted or surrendered animals, rehabilitate orphaned, sick or injured animals without owners, promote responsible pet ownership and provide information to the general public on animal welfare and the prevention of cruelty to animals.

 

Volunteers ..

If you’d like to become a CAWI Volunteer, see the HOW TO HELP page (opportunites include FOSTER CARING).

 

The CAWI OP SHOP is our main fundraiser. The Op Shop is open Monday – Friday, 10am till 4pm. The Op Shop sells (and would welcome donations of)  clothes, household items, books, crockery, bric-a-brac and some pet supplies.

Your gift is TAX DEDUCTIBLE  

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Donations to CAWI translate into second chances for some of the homeless companion animals in our shire. Your generosity will enable us to cover the costs of:

  • extensive veterinary expenses (including, but not limited to, de-sexing, micro-chipping and vaccinating)
  • food, bedding, parasite prevention, collars, leads, ID tags, toys and other on-going canine maintenance costs
  • advertising of dogs for adoption on the radio and in newspapers
  • professional dog trainers where necessary, to bring out the best in our dogs (and their owners)

MOST importantly your contribution will add to our building fund for CAWI’s Animal Adoption Centre.

Latest Dogs for Adoption

Willow

Willow is a gorgeous 8 month old Ridgeback/Mastiff x. She is friendly, energetic and loves people! She would also like to spend more time with other dogs to run and… more

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Lulu

  Lulu is a 2 year old Ridgeback x with a sweet, gentle nature. She is well behaved and a people pleaser, and does best with a good routine. She… more

Hamish

Update: Little Hamish has just left for he’s 2 week trial. Hamish is a 10 week old Wolfhound cross puppy who came to us from the pound. He is of unknown… more

Bella

Update: 19/3/17 Bella is now on her trial period with adoptee parents. Bella is a female black lab of almost 6 years old with a very friendly nature. She spent… more