ANIMALS AT THE ELECTIONS
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Friday, 25 November 2011 00:00

Dear Friends,

ELECTION DAY TOMORROW (26/11/11)

Please don’t forget the animals when you cast your vote.

Click here for the results of SAFE’s survey of the animal welfare policies of the political parties.

 

FOUR WHITE FANTAIL PIGEONS SEEK SHELTER

whitefantailpigeonsSomeone in Orewa, Auckland area obviously dismantled their dovecote or their aviary leaving about 15 beautiful white fantail pigeons homeless.

Most of them have been killed by traffic on the main highway, but four have been rescued. If you have a large aviary or chicken coop-like construction offering perches and shelter for 2-3 months, please apply for their adoption. They will initially be wing-clipped so that they don’t return to Orewa.

For more photos and to apply see website www.animalrehoming.co.nz

 

octaviaherchicksOCTAVIA & HER EIGHT CHICKS NEED A SAFE HAVEN

When hens and roosters are dumped in public places, they encounter all manner of suffering. This beautiful family was very lucky to set up home where caring retirement village residents contacted me for help. Please keep in mind that Octavia is likely to have equal numbers of hens and cockerels in her clutch. You will therefore need to have a plan in place to stop further breeding and to ensure that all nine chickens live out the length of their natural lifespan.

For more photos and to apply see website www.animalrehoming.co.nz

 

COCKATIEL & TWO CANARY FRIENDS

cockatielcanariesSadly, when the children lost interest in them and the caregiver decided to renovate, this little trio became superfluous.

Their ages and gender are unknown and they have not been handled as pets.

They are used to a large walk-in aviary and must be adopted into a similarly spacious environment.

For more photos and to apply see website www.animalrehoming.co.nz

 

OTHER CREATURES/UPDATES

Please visit our website to view other animals needing kind guardians and to see what happened to Victor, Madori, Trinity, the pups, the geese and Bonnie and Clyde. See website www.animalrehoming.co.nz

NZ HERALD ON CELEBRITIES

Please click here to learn about the growing trend among celebrities and the general public.

 
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