We understand how difficult the decision is to surrender your family pet. We are committed to working with you to ensure the best outcome for you and your pet. Please follow the links below and submit your form. Our Intakes Manager will be in contact with you as soon as practical.
Please note, in order to submit the pet surrender form, we require MICROCHIP, VACCINATION and DESEX certificates.
PLEASE NOTE - If you have found or are caring for a stray animal, please CLICK HERE to send through your enquiry to further discuss your options.
If we have the capacity to take your animal into care, our Intakes Manager will be in touch with you. If you have not heard from us within 1 week, this may mean that we are at capacity and unable to help you at this time. Please bear in mind that Maggie's Rescue is run by volunteers who give so much of their time each week, so we appreciate your patience with our response.
Joining is the first step in getting involved with Maggie's Rescue. By signing up, you'll be able to help with fundraising, easily tell your friends about Maggie's, and be a part of rescuing and re-homing animals in need.Sign up
Maggie’s Rescue is a bit different. We are a registered animal welfare charity, a co-operative of carers that support animals in need of homes. Our goal is to find these animals their permanent homes in families who will commit to loving them for life.
When you talk to the carer for a particular animal, that person is usually looking after the care of that animal and knows the dog or cat well.
Any animal we rehome has been desexed, vaccinated and microchipped and we worm all animals on arrival in our care.
We are committed to No Kill philosophy and believe that public education and desexing is the cornerstone of this. We aim to have basic obedience for each dog by the time of rehome in place and offer ongoing telephone assistance for new owners if needed.
To improve the lives of companion animals
- To advocate for and assist in the de-sexing of domestic pets
- To fundraise money for the continuing of de-sexing and rehoming of unwanted domestic pets
- To be actively involved in our continuing de-sexing and rehoming campaigns
- To promote the welfare of dogs and cats through community education
- Participate in campaigns to introduce and/or improve legislation to give greater protection to all animals
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Thank you for supporting Maggie's Rescue by becoming a member or by renewing your membership.
Renewing members: $15 (yearly fee)
New members: $17 ($15 yearly fee + $2 joining fee)
If you would like to make an additional tax deductible donation in addition to paying your membership fee (you rockstar you!), please do so after completing this payment – a link will be provided and you will receive your receipt immediately.
Maggie’s is a cooperative of like-minded people that relies on our members for spreading the good word and helping with the rescue of animals. The Board is keen to see our core membership base diversify and grow. We need members that are keen to engage in the shaping and execution of Maggie’s strategic direction.
Please find below a Maggie’s Rescue Membership Application form which needs to be completed no later than Friday 23 September 2016. Upon submission of your membership application, you agree to be bound by Maggie's Rescue Co-op's Rules.
To complete this form you will need to download & complete the Reference & Declaration form, and upload a PDF or scan / photo of the completed form. If you wish to complete the form offline and submit it by mail, download the print version here.
After completing this membership form, you will be taken to a second page to pay for your membership fees online.
Thank you for supporting Maggie's Rescue!
$2,890.00 raisedGOAL: $20,000.00
Now is the purrfect time to donate.
Did you know that a cat can be pregnant by 4 months of age? Every spring, un-desexed cats living in colonies around Sydney give birth to litters of kittens. By us caring for 40 kittens, this will mean that there are roughly 320 less stray cats on the streets over a 12 month period.
Continuing warm weather means that kitten season never ends, it is just one long cycle. Kittens in our Foster Carer program receive the best of care which means quality, vet approved kitten food and formula.
Did you know that it costs rescue groups approximately $423 to feed one kitten from 4 weeks of age until it's adopted at around 12-14 weeks? That's a massive amount of food and pressure on foster carers and rescue to provide for these animals. If we don't receive financial donations we cant provide for these kittens.
Help us raise $20,000 to top up our Food Fund.
All donations over $2 are tax deductible.
From all of us here at Maggie's Rescue... THANK YOU!Donate
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Your donation will help us give animals a second chance of finding a loving home for life. Providing vital vet work or behavioural training to our rescued animals, is an important step before they are ready to be adopted into a family that will love them for life.
Remember, that all donations over $2 are tax deductible.
There are two ways that you can donate to us;
- Simply select an amount to the left and make a one-time donation.
- Or click below to make a monthly donation to our Paw Patron Fund.
What will my donation do?
🐾 $15 - Flea and worm treat 1 animal for 1 month
🐾 $30 - 2kg bag of cat or dog food
🐾 $50 - Microchip an animal
🐾 $90 - Desex a male cat
🐾 $125 - Vet visit and 2 vaccinations
🐾 $250 - Desex and vaccinate a female cat
🐾 $390 - Desex and vaccinate a female dog
🐾 $425 - Provide quality food to one kitten for 8 weeks, whilst in our care
🐾 $500 - Complete home-ready program
🐾From all of us here at Maggie's Rescue... THANK YOU! 🐾
Thanks for finding your way to Maggie's Rescue. Feel free to reach out to us by following the links below.
Join our Foster Carer Program
If you would like to apply join our program, please follow the links below. The more foster carers we have, the more animals we can save!
Become a volunteer
If you have some hours free each week and you are interested in volunteering then we would love to have you on board. At Maggie's we are always on the look out for new volunteers, with a variety of skills. Maggies does not have a shelter but we have a variety of roles to fill. From event planning, attendance, fundraising, design and technology. If you're interested, follow the link to find out more and send us your details.
Surrendering a pet
Please note, to submit the pet surrender form we require MICROCHIP, VACCINATION and DESEX certificates.
If you are unable to provide these at the time of surrender, then please email [email protected] or [email protected] with details of your surrender. A volunteer will be in touch if there is a suitable foster carer available to take on your pet.
PLEASE NOTE - If you have found or are caring for a stray cat SUBMIT YOUR ENQUIRY here. A volunteer will respond to you shortly to further discuss your options.
Animals for adoption
Please feel free to contact us or visit us during our office hours.
PLEASE NOTE: Maggie's Rescue is NOT an ANIMAL SHELTER. We do not have animals at Maggie's HQ. All our animals live with our foster carers in their home. To arrange a Meet & Greet with these animals you must make your application via our animal profile page.
Address: Hut 43, Addison Road Community Centre, 142 Addison Rd, Marrickville 2204
General enquiries - [email protected]
Cat enquiries - [email protected]
Dog enquiries - [email protected]
Foster Carer enquiries - [email protected]
Media enquiries - [email protected]
Bequests- [email protected]
Marketing/Sponsorship- [email protected]
Account enquiries - [email protected]
Donations: Donations such as dry and wet food, beds, carriers, collars and lead etc can be dropped off at Maggie's HQ during our office hours on Tuesday's or Thursday's. Alternatively, feel free to place goods in our blue donation bin out the front of our office as it gets cleared each afternoon.
Please ensure that all beds, blankets, towels or sheets have been freshly laundered before leaving in our bin.
If dry food is open, please secure the bag firmly. Do not leave any fresh meat products as we do not have freezer or fridge space.
When we have a surplus of donations, we share them amongst other small rescue groups and shelter, or we may sell quality items on our Online Store or at our Market Stall.Send
Maggie's Rescue is an amazing organisation with so many dedicated volunteers. The work they do is so important!