PAWS (People & Animal Welfare Society Inc) is a non-profit organisation promoting community welfare through Ahimsa (non-violence) and is largely staffed by volunteers.
PAWS People & Animal Welfare Society was formed in the year 2000 and incorporated in the year 2004. PAWS is essentially a community group attracting members, supporters and volunteers who feel inspired by the goals and purposes of the society. PAWS represents the culture of non-violence and PAWS members try to exemplify this principle in their day to day lives. Anyone who comes in contact with PAWS has the opportunity to become more aware of the value animal welfare holds for human society and how a meat free diet is the best choice to alleviate animal suffering, help to protect the environment, and to bring goodness to people.
Every hour, 23 dogs and cats are euthanised in shelters and pounds across Australia. As many people are aware, irresponsible breeding of cats and dogs contributes to this overpopulation problem. People who have companion animals are in an ideal position to help curb the tide of unwanted pets.
To this end, National Desexing Month aims to remind people to desex their animals before the summer breeding season.
Working with well over 200 vets, the National Desexing Network (NDN) has organised subsidies, discounts and special deals, that will make desexing a pet an affordable reality for many Australians, who may not have otherwise had the financial backing for the procedure.
Where: Participating vet clinics all across Australia.
More info: To see a list of participating vet clinics, or to register your pet for low cost desexing, please visit the National Desexing Network homepage.
The dairy industry has rejected advances from the RSPCA for an animal welfare approved milk brand. The welfare organisation approached the industry about developing a label for milk produced to welfare friendly standards. Noel Campbell, president of lobby group Australian Dairy Farmers, said members could not accept the idea because it would divide the industry. […]
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