The Companion Animal Rescue Awards returns, with nominations now open forrescues, shelters, companion animal welfare organisations, foster carers, andpet adopters.

The Pet Insurance Australia Companion Animal Rescue Awards 2022 program, whichis in its fifth year, is designed to showcase excellence and innovation,thereby helping raise the standards of rescue groups and animal sheltersnationwide.

Cathy Beer, Founder of the Rescue Awards, said thousands of volunteers supportover 1000 rescue groups and animal shelters across Australia.

“The Rescue Awards shines the light on staff and volunteers who not only helpsurrendered and abandoned pets to find a loving home but also provide outreachassistance to pet guardians in the community.”

Pet Insurance Australia was welcomed back as the naming partner for the 2022iteration at the program’s launch at Sydney Dogs and Cats Home.

“Right from our first year of the Rescue Awards back in 2018, Pet InsuranceAustralia has been one of our wonderful founding Supporters. I’m delighted towelcome back this fine Australian family-owned business as our Naming Partner.Pet Insurance Australia brings an international reputation for excellence anda caring approach to their customers seeking pet insurance.”

Ali Osmani, CEO of Pet Insurance Australia, said after supporting the awardssince its inception, it’s a great honour to continue to support in asignificant way.

“We encourage Australian rescues and shelters that work tirelessly to save thelives of pets to enter the Rescue Awards in 2022, and get the recognition theydeserve.”

This year, there are ten awards categories, with one winner in each category.Categories one to eight are for industry, while category nine is for petguardians who adopted a pet, and category ten is for foster carers ofcompanion animals waiting for their forever home.

  1. Outstanding Rescue Group
  2. Outstanding New Rescue Group
  3. Outstanding Animal Shelter
  4. Australian Pet Welfare Foundation Award for Councils
  5. Innovation in Companion Animal Welfare and Management
  6. Working with the Community to keep People and their Pets Together
  7. Volunteer of the Year
  8. Refuel Creative Digital Marketing
  9. Ivory Coat People’s Rescue Story
  10. Ivory Coat Foster Carer Story

The awards will be judged by 21 people who bring a diversity of expertise inthe areas of companion animal welfare, veterinary, training, compassionfatigue, rescue and sheltering, animal behaviour, and rehabilitation.

Entries are open from now until midnight 21 July 2022.

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