When animals are let down by their owners, left helpless, traumatised and alone, they rely on RSPCA WA to step in and give them a second chance at life, love and happiness.
Since 1892, RSPCA WA has worked tirelessly to prevent animal cruelty. We have rescued, rehabilitated and rehomed animals of many kinds and given them a second chance. We have educated the community and lobbied the Government to promote animal welfare and prevent cruelty.
To improve the welfare of animals and ensure they are treated with dignity, compassion and respect by providing leadership and quality services in collaboration with our stakeholders.
At RSPCA WA we are dedicated to improving the treatment of animals because we believe it strengthens our society, enhances our lives and contributes to a better world.
We have made great strides towards our vision, but there is still a long way to go.
RSPCA WA would simply not exist without individuals and organisations who share our vision. We rely on the generosity of animal lovers to contribute around $9 million each year, the majority of what it costs to carry out our animal protection work.
In order to overcome the challenges of increasing demand, rising costs and a vast geographical service area, it is critical that RSPCA WA continue to grow its supporter base. Through personal donations and gifts, and corporate fundraising initiatives, as well as a calendar of events, we will work to connect with people who want to protect and save Western Australia’s most vulnerable animals.
What are RSPCA's policies on animal welfare? Where can I find out what RSPCA's position is on animal welfare issues?
Working with women's shelters to provide temporary foster care for pets caught in family and domestic violence situations. Pets are reunited with their families once they are safe.
RSPCA Community Action Day events are designed to assist people who may be struggling financially to look after their pets.
What does RSPCA do with your donations? Find out how RSPCA WA helps animals in need throughout Western Australia.
Recognising courageous animals and humans who have gone to extraordinary lengths to help animals in need in Western Australia.
When was RSPCA WA established? Who started RSPCA WA? Why was RSPCA WA set up? What has RSPCA WA done for animals?