Amelia in her new home
One of the easiest ways in which you can help CPR is by adopting one (or two!) of our animals in need. They can be viewed on the 'Adopt Me' page of this website, on our Facebook page and our PetRescue page.
The adoption fee barely covers microchipping, desexing and first F3 vaccination. All animals receive a minimum of 1 veterinary health check and are all up to date on flea and worm prevention treatment. They also come with a small adoption pack.
Adoption fee's vary depending on the age of the animal and with the amount of veterinary work required. Animals over 6 months are lifetime registered at an additional cost.
Consider becoming a foster carer for CPR. Being a foster carer for an animal and watching it thrive under your love and guidence is simply one of the best experiences in the world. With Coastal Pet Rescue, your comfort and specifications come first, so it is up to you what type of animal you wish to foster, and for how long.
Simply put, we are always in need of financial help. Providing veterinary care, food, medicine and supplies for all our animals is costly, so whether you can help with supplies, food, time or money, rest assured your monetary gift will be put to great use. If you can't adopt or foster, sponsoring an animal is the next greatest way to help and be involved in the daily care of an animal of your choice. You will receive regular updates and photographs of the cat or dog's progression in care and into their new home.
You can help support us through our GoFundMe page:
One of the main fights rescues face is educating the public on the work we do. Become a rescue advocate and inform your friends and family of the responsible nature of desexing your pet, and choosing to adopt, not shop.
If you have your own business, or think you know someone who wouldn't mind putting up some buisness cards of signs for our rescue, please contact us. More exposure means more adoptions, and more adoptions means more smiles!
Coastal Pet Rescue (CPR) is an animal rescue group based on the Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia, and is made up of volunteers who are passionate for saving the lives of those who can not save themselves.