“No more kittens,” Katerina Gzozdova told her partner of two years, Zac. “We’re taking a break.” After years of fostering and saving over 70 lives since she was just 15-years-old, Katerina was beginning to burn out. She was adamant on taking some time for herself and look after the kittens she was already caring for… Read More Kittens separated at birth celebrate miraculous reunion with cutest cuddle
Meet Hex—the ‘unadoptable’ hyperactive, over-excited, loving one-year-old boxer cross Pitbull who was saved from death when two very special people took a chance on her. Hex was a stray, roaming the streets as a puppy for seven months before being taken in by a shelter in December last year. In her three months at the… Read More Hex, the ‘unadoptable’ pup, and why you should give shelter dogs a second chance
Our diggers aren’t the only ones who deserve recognition this Anzac Day. Animals have had—and still do have—a phenomenal impact on Australia’s war efforts. From horses, to dogs, to cats, and even birds, our furry friends have provided diggers with comfort, transport, enemy and gas detection, saving countless lives. Over 16 million animals served in… Read More This Anzac Day, We Remember Them. All of Them.