South East Animal Welfare League (SEAWL) was founded in 1972, and is a community based, not-for-profit organisation providing temporary shelter for lost and abandoned animals across the South East.
Many people would be surprised to know that SEAWL is not associated with the Animal Welfare League rescues that are well-known across Australia.
Through the hard work of their dedicated staff and volunteers, the SEAWL aims to provide lost, stray or ill-treated dogs and cats with a second chance at a safe and happy home.
Though the SEAWL receives some financial support from local councils, it continues to rely on the support of generous community members and local organisations.
SEAWL is currently working to rebuild their existing dog kennels and cattery to include more spaces to accommodate the needs of the growing community, and guarantee the animals housed with SEAWL receive the very best care.