Little Timmy has a new home....and a new bestie, Maxie!
Thanks foster mum Kate for fitting this little one in. We're so happy to see him in his home, where he can settle in now, and have some stability.
We wish you and your new family all the very best special boy. ... See MoreSee Less
Patricia TonnerWell done Timmy .... a special family to share your life with ....Bless this new family my heart melts with joy 🐾💞🐾💞😁19 hours ago
Transparency post re: your donations.
As you know we received a small bequest and rather than not leaving it sit in the bank doing nothing - we helped dogs and cats in need at that time.
We hoped the lady who passed away and left us with the responsibility of helping animals would have been happy that we reached out and decided to 'pay it forward' to others outside of RWL.
As always there is full documentation from Vets, Food stores etc and this is always given to our financial officer and included in our yearly budget which we post after our AGM.
Because you are so generous to us - there are times when we have money sitting in the bank. And we want to know how you feel with this.
1. If a case comes to us (we have one at the moment) and it is legitimate (we always check) would you be happy for some of your fund for these cases. To assist. To alleviate pain and suffering. To pay it forward.
We aren't talking about using all our funds. It is just sometimes we can help - and we want to be transparent with you who support us.
At the moment this is the case I am talking about.
A little dog lost her elderly Mum. The daughter who is lovely is caring for her. The little dog is 15 years and 5 months and after promising her Mum she would care for her beloved dog - financial hardship found her needing to surrender the dog to us.
We were set to do so - all lined up, and the daughter found she just couldn't break her promise to her Mum. And so we offered to do bloods, and a dental for her Mum's bub at our vet clinic.
This does two things. It helps the daughter fulfil her promise to her Mum and for the little dog? It keeps her out of the animal welfare system, and in a home where she is loved.
We can do this kind of thing with your blessing. And we can always post the story and tell you - although sometimes it is sensitive to the owners and so we work behind the scenes.
Are you happy for us to continue to do this - with some of your hard earned cash?
If you feel you donate to us - and thats all you want your money to do - we have a separate account we can put your money in.
But I have a feeling you will understand the outreach of goodness and trust us to 'do it right'.
Again - we are being transparent - and would like your opinion.
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Trish MelastiAbsolutely support this! A bub in need is always worth stepping in for, whether a RWL case or not. Please keep doing what you do and know you have your donors' support and trust to do the right thing! <31 day ago · 6
Nan CoolKae, I live in s.a. This obviously has nothing to do with me but if it did I would support your decision 100%. I am in awe of all the wonderful work you and your helpers do. I have shed many tears at times reading the stories of some of your precious fur babies. If I lived in Victoria I would be compelled to join you. Many blessings for your continued success. ❤1 day ago · 5
Linda HelanderA perfect solution. Whilst still saving the little dog by vetting it the dog it gets to stay in a home where it's loved.1 day ago · 6
Wala Animal Sanctuary Inc.Such a noble gesture. I would like to think you would get no objections and get to continue making a difference1 day ago · 3
Anne MckeonI won't comment because I don't donate, but God Bless all of you who do, if ever I come into some money, or if I die all donations taken at my funeral will go to you.1 day ago · 2
Val Martell ComeauHelping someone is always a good thing!! As always you're all fantastic!!1 day ago · 1
Denny Colthorpecontinue to do what yr doing the way yr doing it ,you guys are a blessing1 day ago · 3
Kat TideswellI think so long as the money is going to help animals, to hell with the specifics of how exactly it's done! And I think it's wonderful you were able to help the little bub stay in the family and be more comfortable.1 day ago · 5
Josie MullerTerrific! And absolutely perfectly invested into exactly what she wanted. x1 day ago · 3
Ann HeadThis is akin to helping the elderly live out their days in a place where they are loved and comfortable. The money has been donated to help sick and needy dogs - and this is a good cause. Better than many charities where a lot of it goes to pay Admin1 day ago · 6
Press release….. Sherlock - boy next door or playboy?
Has fame gone to Sherlock’s head? Photos have emerged of Australia’s favourite celebrity boy next door, in a compromising position, with two beauties. One is believed to be none other than the Supermodel Blanche, although her face can’t be seen in the photo, sources close to the model have confirmed that it is her. She has declined to comment. Sherlock is claiming that he did not pose for the photos but some are questioning whether it is simply a publicity stunt. Blanche is known for shunning the advances of Sherlock in public. Has she finally warmed to him and who is the other mystery woman? ... See MoreSee Less
Ally LangmaidWhooooo!!!!!! Lady's who love him finally!! Well done little man for wearing them down ❤️1 day ago
Anne Phelanoh sherlock blanche has finally come around your persistence has paid off lol but seems she has a chaperone just to appear not to eager haha good work xx1 day ago
Glenna Lorayne MooneyNObody can resist those baby blues ... not even ... well ... u no who! 😊💕💕💕😊1 day ago
Michelle DonovanOh Sherlock- you just never gave up did you? I hope that persistence is returned with the love from lady Blanche 💙💗1 day ago
Laura RobertsGo Sherlock I new you would soon win the ladies over!!!! Who could resist you ❤️1 day ago
Anne MckeonSo nice to see the girls have agree to share the bed Mr Holmes just keep persisting and she will come round to your way of thinking.1 day ago
Penelope LangmeadI think Sherlock is giving the photographer the "poison eye" - "you are dead to me!"1 day ago
Our beautiful Timmy has a home. We are so delighted - he will be heading off in the next day or so. Thank you to everyone who helped and for Kate and Luke who have fostered this loving little boy. We will update you with more pics soon we hope! ... See MoreSee Less
Linda ClarkHow lovely, he's so beautiful,enjoy your new home Timmy and have lot's of fun xxx2 days ago
Catherine EnglishSuch a beautiful little pet. Have a wonderful life baby boy ..... you deserve it!2 days ago
Some have musical chairs. We have musical beds. One must - when considering the day - move them accordingly. Our cherubs have floor heating to flop onto - it comes up through their beds and throughout the day 'the people who need people' move about like rockstars posing for fans.
That being said - there is nowhere in this house that is private. if we go outside - everyone goes outside (unless you know - its cold....) if I go into the kitchen to cook - well - there is a saying about too many cooks in the kitchen. Or helpers.
From the fire room where we mainly live our lives - everyone has a 'favourite position' El Mayo is in the corner away from everyone, Baby Girl is in the round donut - also a fav of Smarch, and Lunez particularly likes my chair - which I believe my now be her chair. She spends more time in it than me.
So when I am in the study - I don't just go in there. Beds are moved in. Put under the dining table in the door way of the study, and under my desk. Only the little donut can fit under my desk - and boy is it popular. Every time I look down - Smuglet, Romy, Baby Girl is on it. Claimed like Edmund Hilary and Mt. Everest - you know...
Today as usual Tick-too was waiting for me outside as I got dressed woofing at my window. I asked husband to bring her inside she had no jacket on and it was cold. As I work between RWL and my art - she managed to claim Gold in the bed stakes. She even played with a little soft tiny Tiger my Mum gave our first boy Ernie today. It must be a Tick Too kind of day. :) ... See MoreSee Less
Elizabeth CucksonLove your updates, I can only imagine what meal time is like in your home2 days ago · 2
Jenny HolderYour art is amazing and so are you in the gift you give to all of these lost souls 🙏🏻🐾❤️️2 days ago · 3
Judy GurrLove your comments and your art and all you do for all the sweet babies that come your way!!❤️❤️❤️🇨🇦2 days ago
Patricia TeagerI admire your lifestyle animals first, humans second, thank you for sharing a day in your life.2 days ago · 2
Julie Woodmy 2 boys follow me wherever i go,bathroom toilet outside study kitchen onto couch, i move off the couch 6 times in half an hour and up they get and back on each time i sit down. they just have to be where you are. its called doggy love2 days ago · 1
Elizabeth NevilleAlways have a chuckle as your updates are so much fun! Thanks. Hope you are getting a bit more time for the fabulous artwork too. :-)2 days ago · 1
Patricia TonnerI really love to read what is going on in RWL..... melts me. So happy to see these little souls receiving so much love ❤️ 🐾❤️🐾❤️🐾❤️🐾❤️🐾2 days ago
Naurma DawsonI get this completely - there are six beds in my house between two dogs and that's not including the couch and my bed and they are all used regularly. I got lazy about moving them around so just added enough beds to cover the rooms. And they still want to sit on me as well!2 days ago
Jenny RyanI get it! I have beds In The lounge and beds in the bedroom. They'll b up on the human bed and under my doona soon after the lights go out.2 days ago
Anne MckeonThere is something wonderful with having the furbabies with you, I can't even go to the toilet without hearing a knock on the door and as soon as I slide the door a little nose and two eyes peer around that door and a look of relief comes on that face, so now I have an open door policy, other than when visitors come and then I have the knock on the door.2 days ago · 1
An action shot of Audrey. How do we know? Her eyes are open. #thecouchismine ... See MoreSee Less
Caroline Miller HaleWell, her legs are in running position sort of, right? Sort of ... ?2 days ago · 1
The 2016/2017 Entertainment books are no longer usable. If you haven't got your 2017/2018 books yet, you can order them from us now www.entertainmentbook.com.au/orderbooks/191s943
They come highly recommended by Blanche ;) ... See MoreSee Less
Robyn CockerellOh that's exciting! I was waiting to see which local groups had them, but now I know you have a link I would much rather support RWL ❤3 days ago · 1
Glenna Lorayne MooneyWell, well ... do say ... what more can you ask for than a recommendation from the delightful diva .... uh .... Miss Blanche of the pink leopard jammies. xoxoxoxox2 days ago
Anna SimpsonWe are doing the same up here for YAPS.. .I am surprised that quite a few order the digital copy. There is a lot of competition as the schools do it too.2 days ago
Pepsi lives with her Mum Shelley and Dad Ian in WA and every year support us with an amazing donation. Thank you all the way to Welshpool Western Australia for your $1000 gift. It is truly humbling that after 11 years we still have great supporters liking what we do. Bless and thank you :) xxx ... See MoreSee Less
Michelle DonovanThat is such amazing support. Thank you Shelly and Dan for helping such a wonderful cause! 😘😘3 days ago · 1
Patricia TonnerThank you to Pepsi's mum and dad .... you are special people. Think of all the precious little fur babies you have helped to save 💞🐾💞🐾💞🐾💞18 hours ago
The very sweet and cheeky Queen and Bird have been in care for 230 days...!!!????
They were found on a cold November day, Bird sang her way into foster mum Leah's life, being mistaken for a little bird calling for help. Her adventurous ways saved her and her sisters lives. She is a super sweet, cheeky cuddler.
Queen, surveys her kingdom, it's hers to roam but she always has time for a snuggle and a scratch. She will run to the door to greet you when you arrive and hop straight up for some lap time.
Each are still looking for a place to call their own. Both are super sweet, affectionate, playful kitties.
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Wohoo, stitches are out, a nice soothing bath and Quinn is ready to roll. He needs a little more care before he's ready for adoption but the hard part is all behind him now. ... See MoreSee Less
Elisabeth ShearerGood luck to the little boy! I groom three dogs with no eyes, they do fine as long as you don't move the furniture around.3 days ago · 2
Sharon Lee HowardAlly you apply by going to the website and submitting an application. Good luck...he's gorgeous 🤞🤞🤞3 days ago
Anne MckeonOh! mighty Quinn long may you live, and be loved you are such a special little man.3 days ago
Anne Phelangod bless little guy all good thinks ahead now and a loving home and family that will spoil you rotten xx3 days ago · 1
We lost Superman today. His little body gave out and he went downhill very quickly this morning. Mum Linda held him as he passed.
While we all know how dreadful this time is - we know Superman had the best six months with us as a Foundation Dog. He was loved and cared for beyond his previous life.
The burden is great on the carers - who give the final gift to those souls who come into RWL - and it is often difficult, confronting because of the kind of people who step into animal welfare for all the right reasons.
We would like to thank Mum Linda for caring for our gorgeous super hero - and wrap her, as well as him in love, compassion and kindness at this really hard time.
Vale little Superman, you are much loved. Candle lit. xxxx ... See MoreSee Less
Carol WilliamsRIP little Superman, now its time for fun and games over the rainbow bridge. Thank you for caring for him4 days ago · 1
Helen Williamsby little one go and play with all the other little ones in heaven god bless you ....4 days ago
Annette Stephenson"Fly High Superman" and say hello to all our fur babies at Rainbow Bridge ♡ :-) ☆4 days ago
ex RWL boy Harry sporting his long winter coat - helps when you have a run and sit in the crispy grass! Go Harry! ... See MoreSee Less
Hearts squeeze tight and no words come other than 'Happy Jack". :) ... See MoreSee Less
Out and about today, after a stop at the café, where I was of course very popular with all the ladies! Choruses of “Oh isn’t he beautiful “and “Isn’t he adorable”, life’s tough being a celebrity. Then off with my human caretakers do a bit of grocery shopping at Petbarn Doncaster. I’ve never been into one of these places before and I have to tell you the smells are exquisite. I could not contain my excitement. Anyway, I digress…. The staff in the store came running as soon as they saw me, instantly recognised and amazed that I was gracing their store with my presence. “Oh my goodness, is that Sherlock?” my caretakers were surprised at my fame, I really don’t know why, I do keep telling them how much EVERYONE loves me. I posed for some selfies with them…. You do of course have to keep your fans happy. Sorry that I didn’t have anything on me to give you pawtographs today ladies, so here’s one for you now ;) ... See MoreSee Less
Anne MckeonMr Holmes you are so, so, so, handsome, the ladies would have been happy just to be in your presence, you are one gorgeous little man.5 days ago
Maureen VernonI just love the wonderful, lovely and cute commentary coming from Sherlock. Makes me smile. Thank you Sherlock & Co.5 days ago · 1
Tracey MitchellSherlock, you are one absolutely gorgeous boy 💙 How lucky the girls at Petbarn are to have been blessed by your presence. I do believe you are a superstar of the puppy world 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟5 days ago · 2
Helen Jane RobertsI do believe Sherlock will need to write a book regarding his antics soon to placate his followers 😂5 days ago · 1
Jacqui WatsonCan I ask please who Sherlock is "dressed" by?!! I love his ensemble would love to get some for my Pepper. Thanks5 days ago · 2
Little Sofie waited for Mum and Dad Irene and Wayne in the sun where she can look out. On arrival home they got a tiny tail wag and a tiny jump up. Good girl little Sofie. She is having her eyes checked again next week so fingers crossed. x ... See MoreSee Less
Jodi Bergerwhat a beautiful picture. let the sun shine on your sweet face and feel the warmth and love from your mum and dad. xo5 days ago
Ex RWL girl who has no eyes - Bella is now known as Miss Bells. She has achieved an independence and is loving life to the max. Kath her Mum says thank you to Ruth for her amazing understanding and how she 'got' exactly the situation and we are so delighted that in some way spiritually it was all lined up and meant to be.
Check out Miss Bells. Oh yeah......:) ... See MoreSee Less
Tracey MitchellWonderful how it's all worked out for her. Such a beautiful little girl 💕💕6 days ago · 1
Adrian PeakeIt's amazing the love and care you dedicate to these beautifully doggies. xx6 days ago · 1
Susan StantonMiss Bells you are beautiful, enjoy your life , love and hugs precious xxx🌸💗🎀💖6 days ago · 1
Les Ronda JohnsonMiss Bells you are so cute, we lost our furbaby Nellie last year, she was also blind and the love of our life.6 days ago
No eyes, tongue out - Quinn is rocking his Friday night. :)
NB: Quinn will be having his eye stitches out hopefully early next week. We will keep you posted.
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Karen HarlessI am so glad there are people like you who help little guys like Quinn. He is beautiful and you rock.6 days ago · 1
Lorraine GayLooking fantastic little man.... So happy for you and you are a true 'rock star!' Loads of love to you darling xxxxxxxxxxxxxx6 days ago · 1
Marley enjoyed her bath soooo much she wagged her tail all the way through it. Her ears and eyes continue to improve and after her stitch removal and final vet check early next week she should be right to go on her new home visit. You're such a sweetie pie Marley and your foster mum is going to miss you. We love you little girl and hope you find happiness where ever you land. ... See MoreSee Less
Little Quinn is healing beautifully. You would think nothing is wrong with him! He eats faster than the other dogs, even though he has no teeth. He likes to sleep with his foster sister Keira, who is usually not interested in other foster dogs. His blindness does not stop him at all. He should have his stitches out on Monday. And will be ready for adoption soon. Onward and upward for this little boy now :) ... See MoreSee Less
Vicki OlsenThanks for the good news on Quinn! So happy he is adapting and doing ok with his surgery.1 week ago
Anne MckeonOh! mighty Quinn you are incredible, so lovely to hear you are doing so well, Good Luck darling man.1 week ago
Beverly McIntoshGood on you dear Quinn. Onwards and upwards from now on. Now to find you a forever home ❤🐶❤1 week ago
Rescued With Love added 6 new photos.
Life just doesn't get any better. Jack is in his element. We can't imagine how free and happy he must be feeling, being blind and having spent most of his young life in long term kenneling, to this, most amazing, sernsory filled, safe environment. So much exploring to do, so much fun to be had. We couldn't be any happier for Jack and his new family who adore him! ... See MoreSee Less
Margi AnnNothing makes a heart swell than seeing a rescue so happy in their new forever home❣ except being the actual adopter💜1 week ago · 2
Jan CottonHe looks so full of life and confidence in his new to him home. He is enjoying life one can see that..well done to all the carers.. xox1 week ago
Linda CecalaYay! So happy for you Jack - you've had a tough one but looks like it's all better now! 💙💙💙1 week ago
Kae here - back from leave and ready to continue leading RWL the only way I know how.
Thank you beyond thanks for the overwhelming support to our changes we so painstakingly decided upon.
We have new little ones coming today (and possibly) tomorrow - so nothing has changed - just Netta's life will be busier!
Our foster carers are on board. Our Vets are on board. Our Committee is on board. Our supporters are 100% on board.
And so Rescued With Love continues the way it always has.
much love and a picture of Tick too. Even though it's not Tongue out Tuesday - she likes to keep you on your toes.
Watch this space - we are ready for rescue.
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Beverly McIntoshThat's so great that everyone is on board with your decisions on RWL. Good luck for the continuing fabulous work you all do for the furbabies that you have come into your care ❤❤❤🐶🐶🐶1 week ago · 1
Anne EvansUr a gift from above Kae ... Rescue rips ur heart out and shreds it apart ... Daily ... 1000000% support to all xx1 week ago
Paula GaudettI know it means very little but even those of us half way across the world and can't do a darn thing to help you are on board. But hey look at Tick's beautiful little face and you know she is on board and that is really all that is important. She and the other babies need you and that is the most important approval you can have. Love and Hugs to you and the crew from Maxi and I.1 week ago
Noelle FreemanWell done. Sometimes we just have to take a big breath, take some me time & restart1 week ago
Rescued With Love added 3 new photos.
We've just heard from Sam, Esta's mum, letting us know how Esta is doing. She said it's almost a year since she came to live with them and has really come out if her shell. She's grown and is almost the same size as her brother Spike, who she loves.
Here she is with her mum, dad and brother Spike. She looks so happy!! ... See MoreSee Less
Sherrill KovacicAbsolutely beautiful little fur baby bless you and your wonderful family 🐕🐶🐶🐩😇😇😇😇1 week ago
Anne MckeonIs it that long already since she found her new Home? Good luck baby and hello to Spike glad you two are so happy.1 week ago
Daisy JonesAaaaw how nice to get an update from this lovely family. Living the dream Esta 💕💕💕💕1 week ago · 1
Jodi BergerWhat a beautiful family and a happy ending. Thanks for sharing. Another success story.5 days ago · 1
Over 7 ½ years ago, the beautiful Boz brought Chris and Ian into our lives through foster mum Sus and Steve. Adopting this beautiful boy and then fostering for Rescued With Love, saving so many along the way.
Chris and Ian have been the most wonderful parents to Boz and to so many others over the years.
Bozzy sadly passed away yesterday. And our loving thoughts are with Chris and Ian as they grieve the loss of their beautiful boy. We thank you for making this little man’s life so wonderful and we’re so grateful that part of his journey was to bring you to us. Rest well Boz, you will be remembered with great love. ... See MoreSee Less
Chris HortonWith your one eye, problem feet, and soothing snore, you will be very much missed. Fly free darling Boz, hugs Ian and Chrissy. <31 week ago · 1
Sharon AnthonySo deeply sorry for your loss of Bozzy. He is now continuing his journey over the Rainbow bridge where he is playing with his friends and waiting until he sees you again. RIP Bozzy. Hugs ❤1 week ago
Diane GregoryYour little boy is over the Rainbow bridge now and running free. Thoughts are with you xx1 week ago · 1
Anne MckeonBeautiful Boz go run in that big paddock in the sky, no more pain. Mum Chris and Dad Ian Love to you both, losing a furbaby is never easy.1 week ago
Lois HincksWhat a wonderful life Bozzy had with his beloved Chris and Ian, a life filled with love and care rest easy little man big love to your mummy and daddy ❤❤1 week ago · 2
Carol TempleBozz, you had the best Mum and Dad. They totally adored you. You had a home filled with love and good food. You were a gentle soul, I will miss you very much too. Much love to Chris and Ian, I know your hearts are broken 💔💔. Rest in peace now with your sister Tilly. ❤️1 week ago · 1
Georgina FindlayI know what they are feeling. My Charlie passed away 3 years ago. I still remember him everyday. Lily is our beautiful pet now but hasn't taken the place of Charlie.1 week ago
A few weeks ago I resigned from Rescued With Love.
I could no longer take the 24 hour, 7 day a week, year in year out stress.
I knew I was unable to continue (I had known for some months) but the following day I was reassured by our Committee it was time for change. We could organise something that would allow me to stay as President (and bossy lady) but we had been at this gig for a long time. Almost a decade for some of the Committee and they were worn down and exhausted too.
Two of our Committee Members resigned. My gorgeous right hand girls, Jane and Elisabeth. Both have been instrumental in changing animal welfare.
Elisabeth did all the work behind the scenes to make us the first ever Rescue to be a Charity, and one with DGR status. No small feat. One I am still proud of to this day.
Jane raised the bar and organised the best function/dinners at the Grand Hyatt - no one else was doing them, and she shouldered that work (and a lot of cellophane and pink ribbon) to make it work. And work it did.
So over the past two weeks, I have been on leave. My first actual leave for 11 years.
We have a couple of husbands who have been around RWL for years (our manpower) who have agreed to come onto our Committee. Peter has experience in secretarial work for groups like ours - and has stepped in, and Sean has outside contacts that will bring even more people to RWL's door.
And so I breathed a sigh of relief. But I had one massive hurdle to get over - and this is a big one.
I needed someone to work for me - to alleviate a lot of the day to day working of RWL so I could still be part of RWL, you know like President. Or just bossy lady. Or advocate. Or something. I needed a life. My husband, home life and yes my dogs were suffering. Seeing your wife exhausted and weeping daily is not good for any relationship.
But the problem was - it is not a 10 hour volunteer a week job. This is a relentless and invasive task. And so I spoke more with the Committee and slept on it for a couple of nights. (or didn't sleep actually, and still haven't until I told all of you this stuff :( )
To ask someone to do this for free was never going to happen.
I did it for free, and I still am in RWL and will never be paid. But I asked Netta, who has been with RWL for almost a decade if she would take on the paid role of running RWL day to day and helping me. She said no, she didn't want to be paid.
I hate to say it, but I made it the only condition. You cannot work and do this job at the level RWL works. And she will be working 60-100 hours a week some weeks.
We either shut RWL down. Or we took this step.
Netta finally agreed.
To be completely transparent for you all - Netta will be paid $300 a week. She will invoice RWL and I will pay her.
To offset that, Barry and I are paying for all the RWL vet bills on our credit cards (personal info here bear with me) so all of the points can be converted into items to auction, or cash to assist with paying Netta.
I also knew if Netta needed a full time job - she would leave RWL - and it would be on the brink of folding again. I couldn't bear thinking about it. All of the dogs. You. All that hard work.
I cannot tell how how close it came to closing. But we have taken the step, and it is the right one. I know it is.
But we are no longer all volunteers. One will get paid.
Netta and I are distraught that you are all going to be dreadfully upset with us. (no she hasn't been paid yet - I wanted to tell you first).
But I hope beyond hope that some of you will understand.
That this had to happen for us to survive. And if there are any changes like this we will tell you - like I have today.
I hope you love us - and our work enough.
I will understand if you no longer want to support RWL if you feel we are doing the wrong thing with your support. It was a case of folding, or continuing this way.
I am sending you all my love, and am hoping, just hoping you will understand.
President & Founder,
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Margaret EneverYou are doing the right thing for you, for the other volunteers and for the dogs. $300 is a pittance in comparison to the high flying salaries that many charities award their staff. If that is what it takes to give you all a break and to keep the group going....good solution...good job! Don't let the naysayers get you down!1 week ago · 18
Tania MiltonGood luck in the future and keep up the great work. everybody needs their own time and its your time to step out of the spotlight so others can shine on your behalf.1 week ago · 1
Sonia RatkajYou all deserve to be paid for the tireless work you do. You are an amazing group of people, to love and save these animals. Never apologise for the good that you do.1 week ago · 4
Lavinia Sinclair-GregoryOf course we all understand and thank you for doing what you do. I wish I was brave enough to do something like this. Keep up the good work.1 week ago · 1
Akke HalmaAbsolutely believe in what you are doing. And you are doing the best to keep going forward.1 week ago · 1
Leona QuinI work less hours and get paid more, including sick leave and holiday loading. Volunteer work can be expensive and time consuming for all the family. If that is what it takes it is a small price to pay so more dogs can be rescued. If people can't see the benefit they have never been a volunteer like I have. Keep up the great work.1 week ago · 2
Maggie Andersson-GillIve just joined you guys but this sounds really reasonable in the event you keep this wonderful charity going. Only thing im good at is sewing so ill happily make jumpers/pjs for you guys and happily deliver them to you. Please send me address and ill start adding my bit for you1 week ago · 8
Zoi PenoglouYou are amazing people that I believe are put in our earth to help out precious fur friends. Nothing that I've just read changes that. Your intentions are of the highest order but you are also human and need to live a degree of normality too! 💖💖💖🐶🐶🐶🐶1 week ago
David VallenceI wish I could pay your wage I have to settle with donating to your medical bill1 week ago · 1
Judy BakerOf course we understand what wonderful work you have all done. Thank you Thank you 🐼🐼1 week ago
Linda McclayOf course she should be paid!! All the volunteers should be paid but that is not possible I know.$300 seems not enough.1 week ago
Sophie JenningsI have no idea how you've been doing this so long. Amazing work you all do x1 week ago
Julie CaldeiraGood on all of you and thankyou . We are very grateful u have found a way to keep saving our furry loved ones ❤️❤️❤️1 week ago · 1
Selwyn McCormickWhy would anyone not agree with this choice, your charity is amazing , the work you all do is out of love for these animals, without you all things would be very different in their world, such a wonderful group of people, thankyou and sending heaps of love xxx1 week ago · 2
Michele ThurstansIt is so, so the right thing to do. It is a small price to pay to keep this wonderful rescue operative.1 week ago · 2
Tracey-Lee WhyteI've supported you for 11 years and will continue too😊💕. It doesn't matter to me if Netta is paid it is well deserved. Take care of you, you have wonderful support and beautiful and caring volunteers xxx❤1 week ago · 1
Jan MathewsDear Kate.. anyone who loves animals won't care one bit.. I haven't been a follower for that long but think what you all do is just outstanding. I wish all of you were paid, you deserve to be. What you have done for all those dogs is wonderful and so are you. Keep up the good work 💕1 week ago · 1
Wendy GrimstonJust thank you - to all of you. We, and all of those beautiful babies - past, present and future are forever grateful. Let us know how we can continue to help in some small way. Bless you all. ❤️😘😘😘1 week ago · 1
Donna HydeKae, we will still love & support the great work you do. I have lost your bank details where can I get them from please? ❤️1 week ago · 1
Jaclyn WechtenhiserI don't know how anyone could be mad at you Kae. You've eaten, breathed and slept RWL for years. I don't know how you've done it without a paid position for so long. I'm sure Netta will do a fabulous job. I pray for many more years of saved puppies through RWL.1 week ago · 1
Felicia EscobarYou shouldn't have to justify anything. You all work tirelessly end of story. You all deserve millions....1 week ago · 5
Lynne AbbotOf course it still deserves our support. You have done a wonderful job. Thank you so much.1 week ago
Lisa Tarasenko$300 a week is barely anything! Im so amazed at the incredible work you all do. You guys will be getting some of my tax refund.1 week ago · 1
Florrie LakerPurrfect! That's a pair that was just meant to be. I could watch them play for hours.1 week ago
Gary LintzJack may have lost sight but not on life itself. He's enjoying what he has missed in the pass. Well done & thank you for caring.1 week ago · 1
Dear little Timmy is in for a dental tomorrow and then we’d like to get him into a new home as soon as we can. We want to quickly settle him into a home with as little disruption as possible, here’s why:
We are at least his 4th move in the last couple of years for this poor little tyke. This little boy was a rescue dog, adopted by an elderly lady. We’re not sure where from or if there was another home before that. He spent the last two years as an inside lap dog, an only dog, with all day company and a loving owner. Life was good. But once again his life has taken a turn, and sadly, his owner passed away.
A family member of the owner took him in, but sadly, he’s not good with cats and they just couldn’t make it work.
So little Timmy has come to us. And we think the best thing to do is to get him into a home where he can settle quickly and permanently in his forever home. Lord knows he needs to finally feel some permanency and have some stability in his life.
He is a sweet boy, looking for a home with someone with lots of time and love to give him. He also loooves a daily walk!
We’d love to find him the type of home he’s used to, as someone’s full time companion. He may be ok with another quiet gentle dog, with someone who understands dogs and can help guide him through a settling in period as he can be nervous at first, but we know he’d be very happy as an only dog if you’re home a lot!
He’s around 7 years old and has a low grade heart murmur, no medication or treatment is required at this stage.
All applications and inquires to go through www.rescuedwithlove.org/adopt and fill in the Adoption form please. ... See MoreSee Less
Lyn SligarPoor little Timmy- praying that he will go to some kind person who will love him & provide him with a lovely home🇦🇺😘2 weeks ago
Rowena ElizabethI know I would be perfect for little Timmy, but my gorgeous dog passed away last year after 16 yrs of being my best buddy. but I'm just not emotionally ready yet for another companion. Good Luck.2 weeks ago
Sherrill KovacicGood luck little timmy you are so beautiful i do hope that you find your forever home 🐶🐶🐕🐕🐩🐩2 weeks ago