Next to rescuing and rehabilitating young or sick animals, finding forever homes for them is the most important part of what we do at ‘Til The Cows Come Home. Rescue

Volunteering comes with countless benefits, and volunteering at an animal charity, in particular, has its unique set of perks that we think every animal lover would appreciate. If you’re reading

Millions of farmed animals such as cows, hens and goats are slaughtered every year in Australia’s agricultural industry. Farmed animals are among some of the most vulnerable creatures when it

All the animals we rescue deserve a second chance at a happy life. A lot of the time, the animals we adopt are ready to be adopted or fostered. However

Farewell and thank you to Donna Wild  This week we bid a fond farewell to our CEO of three years and founder of ‘Til The Cows Come Home, Donna Wild,

A big part of what we do at ‘Til The Cows Come Home is finding foster homes for unwanted farmed animals. Here’s why it’s so important for us to do

Winter is well and truly here! While you are rugged up inside with a hot cup of tea and a warm blanket, have you done all you can to ensure

Cock-a-doodle-doo! It may not be dawn, but it is time to debunk some of the biggest myths about adopting a rooster. If you’re thinking of adopting a rooster, it’s important

Have you ever considered gently training your cow to be on a harness? Being able to have your cow on a harness comes with some great perks! It makes life

At ‘Til The Cows Come Home, most of the calves that come into our care are male. Why? Because in the dairy industry, male calves are usually considered “waste” as they do not result in profit.

Rescuing farmed animals through adoption or fostering is a hugely impactful way to save animals from being killed or living miserable lives. Not only will you give the animal a

There’s a long list of benefits for switching to plant-based alternatives, so it’s no wonder this market is a rapidly growing industry. The dairy industry has undeniable repercussions to both

When people think of a male cow, it’s common that an image of a large, muscular bull comes to mind. However, a bull is not the only male bovine out

At ‘Til The Cows Come Home, most of the calves that come into our care are male. Why? Because in the dairy industry, male calves are usually considered “waste” as they do not result in profit.

Recently, there has been some confusion about whether ‘Til The Cows Come Home, Australia, is associated with Til the Cows Come Home Farm Sanctuary in New Zealand. We want to

Winter in Australia has well and truly arrived, and we humans are not the only ones bearing the cold. It’s important that we keep our feathered friends warm as temperatures

You may have noticed that the calves coming into our care are mostly males.  Here are some of the reasons why we are so frequently collecting male calves. The majority

We, at ‘Til The Cows Come Home, are so proud of our innovative and unique farmed animal foster care program. We believe that establishing a foster care-based system to rehome

Did you know that pigs are considered the 4th most intelligent animal? Pigs are intelligent, inquisitive, social animals, who require mental stimulation just like a dog. Like dogs, a pig

Savage fires are continuing to burn throughout much of New South Wales and Queensland, where tens of thousands of hectares have been burnt to the ground. This morning, 65 fires

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