Will you help save neglected dogs?

Will you help save neglected dogs?

When Maltese Terriers Lenny & Toby came into our care, they were severely underweight, with horrendously filthy, matted fur.

Their densely tangled clumps of fur had combined with faeces, old food, stale water, urine and ear wax, resulting in the heavy, putrid masses hanging from their frail frames.

Will you donate today to help us rescue neglected animals like Lenny & Toby and give them hope for a better life?

The appalling condition these dogs were in was the result of living in a dirty, unhygienic environment for at least two years. The tragic part is that it could have so easily been avoided.

Sadly, this is just one of over 980 cases of horrific neglect, abandonment and cruelty that came through our Inspectorate last year.

It is only with your support that we can rescue animals from abhorrent conditions, turn their lives around and find them loving new homes. Will you make a life-changing difference for dogs like Lenny and Toby by donating today?

Click ‘read more’ for Lenny & Toby’s happy ending, and watch the video below to witness their incredible transformation. 

Thanks to the support of people like you, these sweet dogs have landed on their feet.

I’m pleased to tell you that Lenny has found his forever home with his new Mum Sophia and her family (including fur brother Cobber – pictured together here).

Meanwhile, Toby is currently living with his doting foster carer, Jan, who plans to officially adopt him soon.

They’ve both progressed in leaps and bounds since coming into our care, developing into happy, confident little dogs with a zest for life.

This happy ending was only possible thanks to the kindness and generosity of people like you.

Will you be the reason that another neglected animal gets the forever home they’ve always dreamed of?


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  • Goal: $60,530
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  • No. donors: 801
  • Av. amount: $70

Thank you for your donation!

Your kindness will make a huge difference to the safety and wellbeing of animals in South Australia.

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