They say that love is blind, but in this case it's really true!

Back in 2011, our carer Jo rescued a greyhound who had spent 6 months in the Animal Welfare League shelter waiting for the right person to adopt him. After lots of love and patience Fastfeet rewarded Jo and

UPDATE: February 2017

It is with very great sadness that we must announce that Harold went to rainbow bridge just six weeks shy of a year in care. He went very peacefully in his sleep. He had had a dental and vet check just six weeks before he left us. We are so

Erica, Jenny and Cheryl attended a three day seminar last week on The Business of Saving Lives. This collaborative conference was a first for Australia's animal welfare groups.

An amazing group of people from USA and Australia, including Alley Cat Allies Founder and President Becky Robinson, President and CEO, Helen Woodward Animal Center,

In November, 2012 Pixie came to CatRescue from a Sydney pound as a five year old cat. As soon as we saw Pixie we knew she was in very dire straights. Her breathing was terribly rapid.

An immediate vet check confirmed Pixie would only need short term palliative care as her

Here at CatRescue 901, we totally understand that some people are very distressed at the state of some of the cats/kittens we rescue. So one of our directors, Jenny has described what is done when very sick kittens of cats come into care and how quickly these desperate cases can

Cats always do best in their own home environment when you are away. Traditional boarding can be very stressful starting with a car ride to a strange location with unfamiliar sounds, sights and smells and often many other animals.

Kerry Bailey & the team from Pet Sitters Australia has the perfect

Late last month, Misty and her brother Sparky were trapped from a colony at Concord where some particularly nasty people are harming the cats. Sadly other kittens in the colony were found dead after Misty and Sparky were safe.

Sparky was coming around well under trapper Tina's loving care, but Misty

You may have noticed that CatRescue NSW has morphed into CatRescue 901. We now have this brand new website to go with our new name and logo.

Why 901? 9 = Nine Lives, 0 = No Kill and 1 = Saving one life at a time.

We have a new name and entity,

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