Sponsor a 4 Paws Permanent Resident
4 Paws Permanent Residents are pets that will remain in our care forever. They were abandoned or surrendered with serious health concerns or are pets in their twilight years.
These very special friends will never be available for adoption. Instead, they will remain as 4 Paws Permanent Residents until the end of their days.
These are the animals that many other groups and shelters would have given up on.
They are cared for by very special, experienced Foster Carers where they will live out their twilight years with love and in comfort and will receive the very best veterinary care.
Each pet has costs associated with their care and they often receive daily medicine and have regular visits to the vet. In order to meet these costs we are asking businesses, social clubs, sports groups, schools and pet-loving individuals to sponsor one of these very special animals.
"New Home, New Life" is the promise we gave to these special-needs ladies and gents.
Remember, these animals have often been faithful, loving companions to someone before they arrived at 4 Paws.
Many of them have lost their elderly owners and they deserve to feel love and companionship again.
Each pet below has a monthly sponsorship amount required. If the Permanent Foster Carer provides flea/worm treatments and food, as sometimes happens, sponsorship funds are used for veterinary care and annual vaccinations.
In return for your monthly sponsorship commitment, we will provide a framed photo of your Sponsor Pet for you to display, our quarterly newsletter, a Christmas Card and depending on individual circumstances, there may be the opportunity to meet your sponsor pet(s).
We will also display your company logo or personal message alongside the animal on our website and Facebook page.
All donations over $2 are tax deductible.
For more information about Sponsoring a Permanent Resident please Contact Us
Loli, born 2011, is a beautiful, Tonkinese x girl who's had a tough time after her beloved owner passed away.
Loli is a timid girl, looking for consistency and love.
She's settled with a carer now and is a constant companion.
Loli has recently developed a thyroid condition which requires daily medication.
Coupled with her age, this is the reason that Loli will remain as a 4 Paws Permanent Resident.
Loli’s required sponsorship is $50 per month.
If you would like to sponsor her please contact us
Socks, is a senior gent, born around 2009.
Socks is currently in a loving foster home where he is doted on.
He's had his ups and downs, health wise, since being in our care.
We've come to realise that he doesn't manage change well so we'd like to keep him in this home for the remainder of his life.
Socks has arthritis in his knees and is monitored closely for dental health. He requires ongoing sponsorship to help contribute to the costs of his vet work.
Socks’ required sponsorship is $TBC per month.
If you would like to sponsor him please contact us
Loki, is a magnificent boy, born in 2014.
He’s the proud owner of a luxuriously long, thick coat and enjoys a cuddle and a brush.
Poor Loki became extremely unwell a couple of weeks ago which resulted with a blockage in his urinary tract due to crystals.
That was cleared thanks to the work of our wonderful vets and he's on the mend.
Loki will now be on a prescription urinary diet for the remainder of his life.
He's found his "furever" home with a wonderful permanent foster family who have experience in caring for older cats with urinary tract issues and he will remain under the care of 4 Paws.
Loki requires ongoing sponsorship to cover the cost of his prescription diet and medical expenses.
Loki’s required sponsorship is $50 per month.
If you would like to sponsor him please contact us
Roy is a sweet Poodle X, approximately 10 years old, who was found in a regional forest where he was left tied to a tree.
He was brought to 4 Paws when no owner could be found.
Our wonderful groomers had to cut off nearly 2 kg of matted hair.
Roy was desexed at our vets and had extensive dental work done to remove many rotten teeth.
He also has a heart murmur which requires regular monitoring.
Nevertheless, Roy is a happy, loveable fellow with none of his previous neglectful treatment coming through in his personality.
He has been placed with a loving, patient foster parent in a calm environment so that he has the best chance for leading a long and happy life, permanently cared for by 4 Paws.
Roy is kindly sponsored by Toni Hammond and Clintyn Barnes
Bobbie is a 6-year-old Maltese Cross who has been surrendered to 4 Paws Animal Rescue as his previous owner could no longer care for him.
Bobbie has high anxiety levels and was unwilling to trust anyone when he first came into care.
He reacted aggressively in new situations as he was scared.
Bobbie was placed with experienced carers who have worked patiently to establish trust in this little fellow, using gentleness and consistency.
Bobbie has formed a strong bond with his
carers and the other dogs in the household.
He enjoys daily walks, car outings and lots of cuddles and belly rubs.
Bobbie will remain as a permanent foster dog in this loving home so that he can enjoy a happy and fulfilling life for the rest of his days.
Bobbie is kindly sponsored by Sunco Motors
Robbie is a dear little Yorkshire terrier who is approximately 13 years old.
He came to 4 Paws through the RSPCA so not much is known about his previous life.
Upon his arrival at our vets, he required dental work and was desexed.
Robbie was placed with an experienced carer and is now blossoming into a more confident and well-behaved dog.
He loves being outside observing all that is going on and joining in with family life.
Robbie is learning to walk on a lead and is responding well to toilet training.
Because of his age and unknown history, Robbie will remain as part of our Permanent
Foster program so that he can have the best life possible.
Robbie is sponsored by the team at The Resort Club
Biggie, a Fox Terrier mix, born April 2014.
Biggie was surrendered to 4 Paws when his family moved for work and were unable
to find pet friendly rental accommodation.
Biggie was not used to meeting new people or dogs and struggled to adjust when
he was first placed with his new carer who spent a lot of time building Biggie's
confidence and helping him adjust to his new life.
Sadly, the carer passed away and so Biggie was placed with a new family which
included a doggie housemate.
He has adapted really well to their firm but loving care and consistent routines.
He is well-behaved, quiet and now enjoys meeting
new people and other dogs on his walks.
Biggie is a very loyal chap who has come such a long way since arriving at 4 Paws.
He'll remain in permanent care so that he has the security that he needs.
Biggie is sponsored by Barb Devine.
Josie is a sweet little chihuahua who came to 4 Paws from the Pound.
She is only a young dog, being born in 2016, however her health conditions mean that she will remain in the 4 Paws Permanent Resident program.
Josie has hip dysplasia and chronic skin and ear issues for which she receives medication and a special diet.
She loves to snuggle under blankets in the cool weather but only wears a coat under sufferance.
Josie is a happy little dog who loves her foster carer and her doggie housemate.
Josie is sponsored by Kath Fernance in memory of Nellie and Boofie
Rosie is a very shy, extremely timid old girl, born in 2010.
She found her way to 4 Paws when her elderly owner had to go into a nursing care home.
Rosie was very confused and anxious.
We're confident that with some time and patience and after being settled into the right environment she'll be a loving girl who'll be forever grateful for her new home and a new life.
Rosie will remain with us as a 4 Paws Permanent Resident.
Rosie is generously sponsored by Jill Byrne.
Jasper, handsome seal point Birman was collected from the Pound by one of our volunteers in May 2018, it was estimated he was close to 10 years old.
During his first vet consultation it was discovered he had feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) a slow acting virus that interferes with his immune system.
Jasper was in poor condition, he was underweight and had sore eyes.
To provide Jasper with the best chance of living a happy life with the virus he was settled into a quiet, stress free home with no others cats.
His recurrent eye infection and urinary tract infections are now monitored and treated swiftly. With this supportive medical care Jasper has flourished, he's a really smoochy boy who loves cuddles and he's now living a comfortable life.
Jasper will remain with us as a 4 Paws Permanent Resident.
Jasper is kindly sponsored by Bev Parry.
Bella is a dear little 14-year-old Pomeranian.
She came to 4 Paws after being surrendered by her elderly owner who could no longer care for her.
Bella has both hearing loss and eye issues and so will remain part of our Permanent Foster program.
Weighing only 2.5 kg and with no teeth, Bella is responding well to a healthy diet and expert veterinary care.
She loves her walks and going for trips in the car.
Bella is a calm friendly little dog and loves being part of her new family’s life.
Bella is generously sponsored by Sunco Motors.
Ollie, born in 2009, is an incredibly sweet natured boy with a playful personality.
From the way he races around chasing his toys, you wouldn't believe his age.
Ollie spent quite some time in our halfway house with no suitable adoption applications before being fostered mid 2021.
Since then, he's been living his absolute best life and relishes in the affection and attention lavished on him by his carer.
In October 2021, Ollie suddenly began having mobility issues with his back legs and after a series of tests, was diagnosed with diabetes.
He was placed on twice daily insulin shots and amazingly within a month had improved to the point where he was confirmed to be in remission.
His back legs are working perfectly again and he's back to his old self.
Ollie will continue to be monitored very closely and receive routine blood tests for the rest of his life.
For now, we are managing his condition with a prescription diet and he will remain a 4 Paws Permanent Resident.
Ollie is generously sponsored by the Binney Family
Ricky, born February 2010, came to us just before Christmas 2017, a little on the heavy side and with a few medical conditions.
From the very beginning Ricky’s “chilled” nature was evident. He arrived at our foster home calmly observing his environment and immediately tolerating his new effervescent foster sister.
The noticeable improvement in Ricky’s health due to his new active lifestyle saw Ricky flourish into a gorgeous little man who has been given a second chance at life.
Ricky’s favourite things are his daily walks, swims in the river, resting on the top of the lounge and playing tug'o'war with his fluffy toy bone.
Ricky is one of the most sweet, loyal and happy little dogs we have ever had the pleasure of knowing
Ricky will remain with his carers as a 4 Paws Permanent Resident so that we can continue to monitor his health.
Ricky is generously sponsored by Sunco Motors
Gus Gus unbelievably found himself unclaimed at the Pound at the grand old age of 15.
We settled him into an amazing foster family and started his "second chance" at life.
Gus Gus waited patiently for a Forever Family to want him but the perfect family hasn't appeared.
Gus Gus is now an old man, he's really affectionate and very much adored by his foster family - we believe this old gentleman deserves the love and he'll now remain with the carers as a 4 Paws Permanent Resident.
Gus Gus is sponsored on behalf of Odie and the team at The Resort Club
Nelly is a Terrier cross, born July 2005.
When Nelly arrived in our care she was in so much pain, over 90% of her teeth had to be removed and she had badly infected gums.
The pain didn't dampen this little one's spirit though, she is a perfect little lady......full of love. She's a tiny little dog but with so much personality!
As Nellie is in her retirement years she will remain with us as a 4 Paws Permanent Resident so that we can be sure she'll have a wonderful life.
We've settled her with a wonderful carer and Nelly is thriving. She's loving her good food, cuddles and family life.
Nelly is generously sponsored by Barb Devine
Muffin is a sweet natured, adorable, Maltese cross, born August 2009
This gorgeous little girl is very outgoing and playful. She adores cuddles and sitting on your knee.
Muffin is so cute. She gently tilts her head to one side when you talk to her as if she is listening to everything you say.
Little Muffin has a sore back and is still receiving treatment. She also suffers from dry eye and has extremely sensitive skin.
With this in mind, Muffin will remain as a 4 Paws Permanent Resident to ensure that she can be monitored and will receive the very best vet care in order to keep her comfortable and happy.
Muffin is generously sponsored by Ann Page and her dog Missy (pictured).
Anna came to us from the Pound when she was just a few weeks old. She was adopted and placed in a loving home where she lived for 3 years.
A change in the family circumstances meant that Anna found herself back with 4 Paws.
Anna settled in with her foster carer then
one day, she collapsed and couldn't hold her head up - this was the first of many trips to the vet.
After a three week stay in the vet hospital Anna returned home, she was skinny and shaven and had been diagnosed with a nasty stomach virus and hypokalaemia.
Months later, after a slow recovery, Anna started to feel better.
Today, Anna is still on bulk medication and requires regular trips to the vets for blood tests and constant monitoring.
Thanks to her foster carers dedication we are able to keep our promise to Anna in providing a loving home for her. She will remain as a 4 Paws Permanent Resident.
Anna is generously sponsored by Pauline Smith & Ted Sharpe
ZEUS is a male, born approx January 2002.
Zues is a very homely cat that loves attention and to be surrounded by the family.
Whilst we were preparing Zues for adoption we noticed he would get unsettled when new cats arrived and his routine changed. He is very sensitive and doesn't like change.
The stress caused him to become prone to having crystals in his urine and he suffered with UTI's.
We matched Zeus to the perfect Foster home where he has settled beautifully.
He now requires a prescription diet to keep him healthy and we have decided that more change in his life would not be good for Zeus.
He will remain with his carer as a 4 Paws Permanent Resident so that we can keep an eye on him and ensure that he continues to feel settled and loved.
Zeus is generously sponsored by Sue Nunn
Bella Bee is a sweet little Maltese Terrier born in June 2013.
She was surrendered to 4 Paws when her owners could no longer care for her in their accommodation.
Bella Bee had to have her spleen removed and a non-malignant mass was discovered on her liver.
She has recently undergone a full dental procedure in which several teeth were removed.
Because of her multiple health issues, it was decided to place Bella Bee into the 4 Paws Permanent Foster program.
She lives with her devoted carers and her doggy housemate.
Bella is a friendly little dog who loves her walks and hanging out with her family.
Bella Bee is generously sponsored by Sunco Motors
Rusty, born March 2008, he's a Terrier who has been with 4 Paws for many years.
We've attempted to match him to the perfect adoptive home, however he has a very complex character and we now feel that it would be in Rusty's best interests to allow him to remain as a 4 Paws Permanent Resident.
Rusty can be very fearful and anxious in new situations or around new people.
Whilst he feels confident with his carers he is a very sweet, loyal, and playful boy.
He loves playing with soft toys and balls. He enjoys walking at the beach when it is not busy with other people and dogs.
Rusty is generously sponsored by Sunco Motors
Siam is a stunning Siamese lady, born in 2006
When Siam arrived in our care she was very stressed and even though we tried her in a number of different homes she just wouldn't settle.....until she met her current carer.
Siam knew where she wanted to stay and is now a much more relaxed cat. Her behaviour has improved and she is now happy and healthy.
A real lady, Siam is calm and quiet with a wonderful character. She is thoroughly enjoying her retirement years now.
Siam will remain with her carer as a 4 Paws Permanent Resident meaning we are always there for her and she has the stability that is vital to her well being.
Siam is generously sponsored by Pauline Smith & Ted Sharpe
Suzie is a very pretty lady, born in 2006.
Originally a 4 Paws kitten she was adopted when she was young and went to live with a lovely family. About 8 years ago she was reported as missing and even though all attempts were made to find her, no sightings were reported.
Fast forward to 2017 and Suzie was found ! She was identified as a 4 Paws cat due to information still on her microchip. If only she could talk to explain where she'd been......
Unfortunately Suzie's adoptive family were unable to take her back.
Suzie has settled in well with her carer now and wakes her in a morning by nibbling her hair.
As she is now an older cat with some interesting personality quirks we've decided that she'll remain as a 4 Paws Permanent Resident.
Suzie is generously sponsored by Jill Byrne
Ronnie, born September 2014.
When he first arrived at 4 Paws he was experiencing seizures which were very hard on him and also very difficult to witness.
He was very quiet, spending most of the day alone.
Thankfully, he is now stable with twice daily medication.
He's also learned to trust his carers and has really opened up, he loves snuggles on the sofa and hanging with his pack.
He thoroughly enjoys exploring, digging holes and poking his nose anywhere that it will fit!
Ronnie is a special little man that will remain in our care so that we can monitor his condition and ensure that he receives all the care that he deserves.
Ronnie is generously sponsored by Sunco Motors
Sophie is a Silky Terrier, we estimate her to have been born around 2006.
Sophie was found wandering in a forest, all alone and in pretty terrible condition. Our vet tells us that it is likely she was used as a breeding dog.
She had skin infections, matted fur, rotten teeth and sore ears.
Sophie is now settled into a permenant carers home and they absolutely adore each others company.
She's feeling much more comfortable after a dental and vet care. She will continue to receive regular medicated baths to keep her skin healthy, she also receives a monthly shot and antibiotics as required.
Sophie is a gentle girl who really deserves the love that she is now receiving. She will remain in our care as a 4 Paws Permanent Resident.
Sophie is generously sponsored by Sharon & Danny Stedman.
Spike is a Jack Russell, born around 2008.
This adorable gentleman is a sensitive guy. He has some health issues including arthritis, a sensitive stomach and anxiety.
Spike is on a special diet now which is helping to alleviate any digestive troubles and now that he's settled in with a wonderful caring family his confidence is growing and his anxiety is reducing......with time we're hoping he'll be much happier.
His conditions mean that Spike will remain as a 4 Paws Permanent Resident so that we can be sure that he receives all the care that he needs in his moonlight years.
Spike is generously sponsored by by the McKinlay and Van Der Pol family and their menagerie
Peanut, a small yet mighty old Chihuahua, born May 2011
Before being rescued by 4 Paws, Peanut had spent his life in a cage as a breeding dog. He had no social graces, very little training and no idea how to live in a house with a loving family.
Peanut also had alopecia, malformed hips and spine and luxating patella on both legs.
Slowly but surely we have worked with our vets to make Peanut comfortable - you should see him dashing around the house now!
His tiny stature hides a massive personality and he adores his carer. He has come such a long way from his old life.
Peanut will remain as a 4 Paws Permanent Resident s that we can ensure he continues to receive the very best care for his back.
Peanut is generously sponsored by SunCo Motors
Poppy & Ollie
Poppy born 2011 & Ollie born 2006 are the best of friends.
They arrived into our care in May 2020, surrendered to us when their current owner could no longer keep them.
Within a very short time in care, Poppy had a seizure and was diagnosed with epilepsy which is now managed with medication.
Ollie developed a cough, which we discovered was due to a mass in his chest. Ollie's tumour is inoperable however he is comfortable on his current medication.
We had hoped that this adorable pair would have been available for adoption, but instead we welcomed them as 4 Paws Permanent Residents.
They have now settled in with a fabulous carer who does everything possible to ensure that these beauties have the very best golden years possible.
Poppy & Ollie are generously sponsored by Pamela Hudson-Jessop on behalf of Brandi & Jessie (pictured).
JayJay, born in June 2008, is a typical terrier, he is full of life and loves to keep himself busy with "secret terrier business".
JayJay has been in our care for many years now. When he first arrived he became very ill which resulted in the removal of his spleen. Whilst he recovered well he struggles to fight infection so we've kept a very close eye on him and he has regular health checks.
JayJay also suffers with separation anxiety and can not be left alone. He absolutely adores his carers who have been amazing in helping him to gain confidence.
His best friend is Leroy, the cat - they spend all day together.
We believe he will be happiest if he remains in their care and for this reason JayJay is now a 4 Paws Permanent Resident.
JayJay is sponsored by the team at The Resort Club
Melanie, born in 2006, is a very pretty Burmese came into the care of 4 Paws via the pound system in late November 2019.
On arrival it was obvious that she had suffered an injury to her eye that resulted in her eye being removed.
Melanie recovered well after her surgery and was settled in with a carer who is devoted to her and their bond is beautiful to see.
As an older cat Melanie has regular routine health checks and we are closely monitoring her renal function.
This lovely lady has been through enough unsettled times so will remain with us a 4 Paws Permanent Resident.
Melanie is sponsored by the team at The Resort Club
Ebby, Maltese, born February 2008. She came to 4 Paws in poor condition and suffering from anxiety.
Following a thorough vet check we discovered that Ebby also has a chronic eye condition which will require constant monitoring and medication.
As Ebby is prone to eye ulcers we will be doing everything that we can to save this little girl's sight.
The world was a scary place for Ebby when she arrived into our care, she was a cranky madam (understandably, she's been through a lot!) however, she has now blossomed under her carers love and attention....she's living the good life now.
Ebby will remain with 4 Paws as a Permanent Resident.
Ebby is sponsored by the team at The Resort Club
Ella came to 4 Paws in very sad circumstances.
In 2012 a tiny dog that we named Forrest was discovered roaming in the Buderim Forest, he was in a terrible state and close to death.
Just one day later Ella was discovered in the Beerwah Forest near to the bodies of two deceased litter mates.
Ella was terrified and cried constantly; she could hardly bear to be touched. Forrest was fairing a little better.
Whilst receiving treatment from our vet a kind-hearted nurse introduced the two dogs and an immediate bond was formed. Ella settled and began to trust again.
Forrest & Ella lived together with a dedicated carer who adored them. They enjoyed daily walks, plenty of cuddles and good food.
Forrest gained his angel wings towards the end of 2020.
Ella remains in our care as 4 Paws Permanent Resident ensuring that we can provide the love and care that she deserves after such a rough start in life.
Ella is generously sponsored by Matt & Kristal Ball
Ollie, born in 2015, came to 4 Paws from the Pound when he was just a young pup.
Upon his arrival he had severe anxiety issues however settled beautifully when he moved in with his new owner - adoption meant a secure, loving home which was exactly what he needed.
Unfortunately, Ollie is now back in our care as his owner sadly passed away and Ollie once again became anxious and started exhibiting reactive behaviours. He also developed a chronic skin condition which requires daily medication, ear drops and close monitoring.
Ollie now lives with a permanent carer who understands his behaviour and is helping him to become less anxious. He will remain safely in the care of 4 Paws.
Ollie is generously sponsored by SunCo Motors
Daisy May; a tiny Chihuahua, born in 2012.
Daisy was surrendered to 4 Paws when her previous owner had children. Daisy was fearful of them and would react in a manner that was dangerous to the little ones.
When she arrived she was very scared and nervous of her new surroundings.
She had a chronic skin condition, ear infections and later began having seizures.
Daisy was settled with a carer that understood her and knew how to build her confidence. She's now a lot happier and much less anxious.
Daisy will remain in our care as a Permanent Resident so that we are able to monitor her closely.
Daisy May is generously sponsored by The Insight Company
Scamp & Daisy
Scamp & Daisy, both born in 2012, are the very best of friends.
They came to 4 Paws after the sudden passing of their elderly owner, a gentleman who loved his dogs very much.
During their vet check it was discovered that both dogs had a heart murmur, with Daisy's being quite severe.
This adorable pair will remain as 4 Paws Permanent Residents so we can ensure they will remain together and not have to undergo any more upheaval.
This seems to be our true calling, to safeguard these older dogs with medical conditions and keep them safe in a loving home with good vet treatment.
Scamp & Daisy are generously sponsored by SunCo Motors
Fudge, born August 2009, is a Terrier X who came to 4 Paws following the death of his owner.
When he first arrived, Fudge was suffering from a chronic ear infection and separation anxiety so bad that his carer could not even go out of the room and leave him without him panicking.
During his vet assessment it was also found that Fudge had a heart murmur.
With a lot of patience and guidance Fudge has now settled in beautifully with his Permanent Carer and he will remain with 4 Paws to give him the stability that he desperately needed and the ongoing vet carer that he requires.
Fudge is generously sponsored by David Cooper & Naomi McQueen
Jett is a handsome DSH, born mid 2018.
Jett found his way to 4 Paws as a youngster and immediately charmed everyone who met him with his cheeky ways.
He is mischievous and loves to play. He's keen to be involved in the daily activities of the house and always has an eye on what's going around him.
Jett is FIV positive, he also suffers from urinary tract infections and requires a special diet.
He will remain with 4 Paws as a Permanent Resident so that we can monitor his symptoms and ensure he gets the treatment that he requires.
Jett is generously sponsored by Pauline Smith & Ted Sharpe.
Buddy, a Fox Terrier, born June 2010, came to us a very frightened anxious little dog.
He had extreme separation anxiety and we were told he spent most of his days in a crate.
His eyes were extremely sore and it was discovered he had a condition called keratoconjunctivitis sicca which, if untreated, can cause pain and ultimately loss of vision.
Buddy also has arthritis,he currently receives medication to keep him comfortable.
Buddy was placed with carers who are home all day and were able to give him full time care.
He is a different boy under the devoted care of his foster family.
Buddy is proudly sponsored by Christopher Cleeland
Cooper, a Shih-Tzu x Maltese, born in 2009.
Cooper was surrendered to 4 Paws when his owner moved overseas. He suffered with chronic skin and ear infections.
Daily medication, a diet change, regular medicated baths and continual monitoring have made him much more comfortable.
Cooper was an anxious chap at first and didn't like to be left alone. Once he learned to trust his carer he began to thrive and his cheeky personality came to the for.
Cooper adores his carer and he really likes to play with his doggy house mates.
He'll remain as a 4 Paws Permanent Resident so we can ensure his skin conditions are managed and we think he deserves security in his golden years.
Cooper is generously sponsored by the Courtnage Family
Prince, a terrier mix, came to 4 Paws with quite an unusual story.
Our volunteers received a call from a lady in Brisbane whose friend had been taken to hospital in an ambulance.
Prince had seen his owner leaving without him and jumped out of the house window to be with her!
Unfortunately, he had injured his back and shoulder in the fall and was taken to a nearby emergency vet clinic.
Sadly, Prince's owner wasn't able to return home and moved into an aged care facility where Prince wasn't welcome.
Once safely in our care and recovering well from his accident Prince was de-sexed.
At this time we discovered a tumour that was removed.
He was settled in with a carer whom he absolutely adores. He is a very sweet little man, who likes a quiet spot to snooze.
He will remain as a 4 Paws Permanent Resident so that we can keep a close eye on him during his moonlight years.
Prince is generously sponsored by SunCo Motors
Kenny, born 2012.
Kenny came to 4 Paws after being left unclaimed at the pound.
He's now had almost three-quarters of his teeth removed as they were rotten and infected.
He enjoys a regular medicated bath to soothe his skin which was sore and infected.
He gets twice daily eye drops for keratoconjunctivitis sicc, which if left untreated is painful and can lead to vision loss and we are currently investigating an issue with his digestive system.
Even with all this going on Kenny has been the perfect house guest at his carer's home.
He's a lovely, quiet boy with wonderful manners and we know he's found his happy place.
He'll remain with us a 4 Paws Permanent Resident.
Kenny is generously sponsored by SunCo Motors
Gracie, a Shih-Tzu, estimated to have been born around 2011, came to us from the pound.
It was obvious that Gracie had been used for breeding and had probably had numerous litters of puppies.
She was weak, underweight and had a large mass on her chest.
Our vets removed the mass and also carried out a dental procedure to remove most of her teeth, which were rotten and painful to her.
Gracie is both visually impaired and deaf.
Day by day she's gradually growing in confidence and beginning to trust her carers. She's finding her way around the house and she's enjoying three meals a day and even starting to seek out pats and cuddles. It's beautiful to see her coming out of her shell.
Gracie will remain with us as a 4 Paws Permanent Resident so that we can offer her the veterinary care and security that she needs.
Gracie is generously sponsored by SunCo Motors
Diva is sweet little as eleven-year-old Shih-Tzu whose previous owner has gone into care.
Diva required a full dental procedure with extractions once coming to 4 Paws and is recovering well.
She also suffers from an eye infection which requires daily drops.
Diva has settled in well with her loving carers and is beginning to assert her personality.
She loves her daily walks and meet-ups with her doggie friends.
Diva was quite underweight, so her carers have her on a special diet to help her gain condition.
Because of her age and health conditions, Diva will remain with 4 Paws as part of our permanent foster program.
Diva is generously sponsored by Joanne and Gordon of 2 Finance on behalf of their pups Spike & Rosie
Angus, born 2008, is a West Highland terrier who has come to us from the pound.
He was most likely loved by his previous owner, but he has received little physical care in recent years.
His ear health has been neglected resulting in Angus being permanently deaf.
He is also in early-stage renal failure, suffers from dry eye and will required a dental treatment.
Angus has now been groomed and is receiving ongoing medical treatment to relieve his discomfort.
Despite his health issues, Angus is a happy little fellow and is social with his new doggy friends.
He will remain with us as a Permanent Resident with an experienced carer to ensure the rest of his days are the best they can be.
Angus is generously sponsored by SunCo Motors
Toby, born 2011, is a lively Jack Russell terrier.
He came to 4 Paws when sadly, his owner passed away.
Toby is full of personality and likes playing with his toys and going for trips in the car.
Mostly, he just loves hanging out with his carer.
Toby has been placed in our Permanent Resident program as he is developing arthritis for which he receives medication.
We are also carefully monitoring his diet to ensure any digestive issues are kept to a minimum.
Toby will have a happy and fulfilling life with his loving carers.
Toby is generously sponsored by Simon & Sam
Charlie, born in 2010, is a super sweet little Jack Russell X.
He’s very social and loves to say hi to every dog he meets.
He loves being part of a family. He’s great in the car, likes getting out and about for his walk and is very easy to care for.
Charlie has knee problems which will require continued monitoring and he suffers from separation anxiety if left alone too long.
We have decided to place him in the Permanent Resident program where we can ensure his needs are met in a loving foster family for the rest of his life.
Charlie is generously sponsored by Gwenny Johns.
Willie Nelson, born 2010, is a sweet little Foxie X.
He recently came into the care of 4 Paws and was diagnosed with a severe heart condition requiring lifelong treatment.
Willie Nelson is a friendly, happy dog who is proving to be a great companion to his loving carer.
He will remain with us as a 4 Paws permanent resident so that he can receive the expert care and attention he deserves to live a happy and fulfilling life.
Willie Nelson is sponsored by Nicole Reynolds in memory of Stewart Reynolds shown here with Louie - adopted from 4 Paws in 2017
Toby, born 2008, is a Maltese Cross who was sadly surrendered to 4 Paws after his elderly owner could no longer care for him.
Toby has severe skin and ear infections for which he is now receiving treatment including frequent medicated baths.
He also has adrenal issues.
Toby is a happy little dog but suffers from separation anxiety.
His complex needs require his placement in our 4 Paws Permanent Resident program so we can ensure that he receives loving and experienced care for the rest of his days.
Toby is generously sponsored by SunCo Motors
Phoebe, born around 2007, is a dear little Maltese X.
Several years ago, she was handed into the Pound after being found wandering in scrub land near Caloundra.
No-one claimed her so she was released to 4 Paws Animal Rescue, in a terrible condition.
She has been living happily in a permanent foster home for the past few years but has now developed heart and kidney problems.
4 Paws decided to seek some sponsorship to assist us in meeting her medical needs.
Phoebe loves her daily walk, eats well, enjoys going for car rides and hanging out with her family.
She is loved by all in the retirement village where she lives with her carer and will be well looked after for the rest of her days.
Phoebe is kindly sponsored by Liz Ellison
Maxwell, born 2007, is a handsome Jack Russell X who came to 4 Paws from the Pound.
He suffered from separation anxiety so was placed with experienced carers who have worked wonders with him.
He is now quite settled and loves being part of his family.
Unfortunately, Maxwell has recently been diagnosed with a heart murmur which will require ongoing medication.
His age, plus his medical issues, means he will become part of our Permanent Resident program.
Happily, he will be able to remain with his carers for the rest of his days.
Maxwell is generously sponsored by Inchcolm Farms, in memory of Millie, Fergus and Dolly, "The Three Little Farm Dogs" (pictured)
Riddler is a dear little Silky X who came to 4 Paws after his owner went into aged care.
It is hard to believe that he was born in 2006 as he is very active and loves being part of his new foster family.
He now has other furry friends to keep him entertained but apparently – he can well and truly hold his own.
Since arriving into our care Riddler has been diagnosed with arthritis and possible eye problems.
Because of his age and and his medical conditions, he will be part of our Permanent Resident program so that he may enjoy his life to the fullest.
Riddler is generously sponsored by the Atkinson Family
Reggie is a dear little Chihuahua X born in 2016. He came to 4Paws from the Pound suspected of being used for breeding purposes at a puppy farm.
Reggie was terrified of everyone and everything on his arrival and still has severe trust issues.
He cannot be put up for adoption and so will remain with 4Paws in the Permanent foster program.
Reggie has recently suffered a non-malignant throat tumour as well.
He has been placed with a loving, patient foster parent in a calm environment so that he has the best chance for leading a long and happy life.
Reggie is kindly sponsored by the Hannon family
Archie is a dear little terrier cross who was surrendered to 4 Paws when his owners could no longer look after him.
Born in 2016, he is a lively young fellow who enjoys playing with his doggie housemates and trips in the car.
Archie even enjoys a game of soccer – and has managed to “head” the ball back on occasion!!
Unfortunately, Archie suffers from a debilitating skin condition requiring oral medication, frequent baths and a special diet.
This means that he will not be available for adoption but will become part of our Permanent Resident program.
He has already settled in well with his new humans and kennel mates.
Archie is generously sponsored by SunCo Motors