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AWL NSW Launches its first Christmas Catalogue

Animal Welfare League NSW launches its first-ever Gift Catalogue for Christmas 

Animal Welfare League New South Wales (AWL NSW) has launched its first-ever gift catalogue this Christmas. This is in keeping with the festive spirit of giving and sharing love and compassion for animals in our care.

AWL NSW’s new gift catalogue called For The Love of Animals (FTLA) invites members of the community to consider a special gift with a difference for animals who need it most.

After a year that has been marked by uncertainty and loss brought about by the bushfires, drought, flood and the ongoing pandemic, there has never been a better time to pick a gift of hope and reassurance for those who have suffered in silence. 

From lifesaving vaccines, critical ambulance care, vital medicines or simply a nourishing meal, these special gifts will go a long way in bringing comfort and joy to our four-legged friends, who’ve had an equally hard year.

Every gift purchased will contribute to our crucial work and will help us provide life-sustaining healthcare for animals in need.

AWL NSW CEO Mark Slater says, “By choosing a special present from our gift catalogue, members of the community can pledge their commitment and unwavering love for the welfare of animals.”

Sharing a gift from our catalogue will keep on giving every day for the love of animals. 

Please visit to choose your gift or call (02) 8777 4461.

About Animal Welfare League NSW

Animal Welfare League NSW™ is a registered charity that has been operating for over 60 years. We provide expert care to surrendered, neglected, and abandoned animals across NSW. We believe that all companion animals in NSW deserve a safe and loving home. We strive to accomplish this through our work in rehoming, education and discount de-sexing programs

We are one of the only two regulating bodies authorised to exercise powers under the NSW Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act. Our Inspectors are authorised to seize and prosecute cases of animal cruelty and neglect, and our team are on the road every day protecting animals, educating owners, providing emergency rescue, and investigating allegations of animal cruelty. 

As part of our ‘Getting to Zero’ philosophy we are committed to achieving zero euthanasia of healthy and treatable cats and dogs. Animal Welfare League NSW relies on the generous support of the community.

For more information, please visit 

MEDIA RELEASE, 3rd December 2020

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