Fraser Coast Council mascots Fraser the dog and Poppins the cat help councillor Robert Garland (right) present a cheque for $3920.50 to Fraser Coast Training and Employment Support Services chief executive officer Lance Stone. They were joined by TESS wildlife ranger Ray Revill holding a two-month-old eastern grey joey orphaned after a car hit its mother.
Fraser Coast Council mascots Fraser the dog and Poppins the cat help councillor Robert Garland (right) present a cheque for $3920.50 to Fraser Coast Training and Employment Support Services chief executive officer Lance Stone. They were joined by TESS wildlife ranger Ray Revill holding a two-month-old eastern grey joey orphaned after a car hit its mother. Contributed

Portion of pet registration fee goes to wildlife sanctuary

RESPONSIBLE pet owners have played a role in TESS Wildlife Sanctuary near Maryborough, benefiting from $3920.50.

Community Health, Education and Training councillor Robert Garland said the council donated 25 cents from each registration fee to a charity each year.

Dog and cat registration renewal notices will be issued by the end of this month.

Owners who pay their renewal fees by close of trade on Saturday, August 31, will receive a $20 discount.



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