Did you know the RSPCA cares for more than 65,000 dogs and around 55,000 cats from the community each year? - including many pure bred animals as well as the one of a kind cross breeds.

Did you know most RSPCA shelters care for all kinds of animals including birds, rabbits, ferrets, mice, guinea pigs, geese, pigs, goats, horses, cattle, sheep, donkeys and chickens? Many of these animals are looking for a new home too!

Did you know many RSPCA shelters also care for our native wildlife: koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, galahs, cockatoos, turtles, possums, magpies and lizards? - to name just a few.

Did you know strong links have been identified between cruelty to animals and violence towards humans? Cruelty to animals may be an indicator of future violent tendencies. Children who hurt animals may also be acting out on abuse they have been subjected to at home.

Did you know that most of the common reasons for surrendering a pet to the RSPCA are the result of inappropriate choice of pet for the owners lifestyle and circumstances, or from a lack of care, training and socialisation by the owner?

Simply, the RSPCA needs your support to ensure ALL animals are treated with the compassion and consideration they deserve.

RSPCA Australia is a non-profit, non-government charity, dedicated to animal welfare and responsible for implementing state animal protection laws.

Each year, the RSPCA in Australia accepts around 144,000 animals from the community and investigates more than 43,000 complaints of animal cruelty and neglect.

In order to continue and expand our animal welfare programs, the RSPCA relies on community support. As the RSPCA receives minimal government funding, we need your help to continue our efforts to increase awareness, educate the community, prevent acts of cruelty to animals and to protect all creatures great and small.

Contact RSPCA WA
Phone: (08) 9209 9300
Fax: (08) 9248 3144

PO Box 3147


Report Cruelty

Phone: 1300 CRUELTY (1300 278 3589)
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Pet Adoption
Phone: (08) 9209 9323

If you find a stray animal:

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