Are you thinking about adding a new member to your family? Perhaps you’re looking for a new furry, scaled or feathered friend?

There are so many great reasons to adopt your next pet from the RSPCA!

Here are just a few:

Giving them a second chance

Every year, thousands of animals come into the care of RSPCA for various reasons – some are surrendered, some may have never had a home, and sadly, some have suffered cruelty and neglect. Adopting one of the animals from the Animal Care Centre means you’re giving them a second chance at a life filled with hope and the love they deserve.

We’ll find your purr-fect match!

The RSPCA staff and volunteers get to know the animals in care best - their backgrounds and personalities, their likes and dislikes, and which treats really get their tails wagging. With this knowledge you’ll be matched up with an animal who is suited to you, your family and your home. You’ll also get the best pet ownership advice and pet care tips to make sure you and your new mate settle in together.

They have been well looked after

All the animals waiting for their new homes undergo health and behaviour assessments in order for us to understand them and their needs and determine what type of homes would be best. Dogs and cats are also desexed, microchipped and vaccinated before they’re ready to be rehomed. They’ve also enjoyed a high quality, healthy and nutritious diet, so you can be sure they’ve had the best possible start to their new life with you.

Your adoption fee goes towards helping animals in need

When you adopt from RSPCA, you’re also helping important work in caring for animals – keeping inspectors on the road to respond to reports of animal cruelty, providing vital medical care and behaviour treatment during recovery and rehabilitation, helping other animals find permanent, loving homes, and educating the community about the best way to care for their animals.

Check out who is waiting for you to take them home right now! Visit to meet your new best mate.

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