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Phoenix is a gorgeous boy who is affectionate and oh so lovable. Phoenix was actually born deaf, but that doesn't stop him from being a normal and outgoing pup! Visit our Sydney Shelter to meet this special boy today! READ MORE
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Betty from Campbelltown ensured her Legacy will help animals across the state, by including RSPCA NSW in her Will.
Refrigeration Consulting Services were our top Million Paws Walk Corporate fundraising team! Incredible job, thank you!
A huge thanks to Lara and Gail for organising a blanket donation drive in the Hunter region and raising awarness for RSPCA NSW.
Thanks to Highway Ford/Hyundai Maitland for raising over $94,000 for RSPCA NSW since 2007. Just amazing!
Lauren adopted the Nevada from our Port Macquarie Shelter. Nevada had been living with over 163 cats before she arrived at the RSPCA.
Helen from Toukley donated $15 to help support the RSPCA NSW care for homeless animals.
NRMA Motoring and Services supports our state wide Drives for Lives vehicle.
Tatiana recently raised $567 for RSPCA NSW! Tatiana asked her friends and family for donations instead of gifts for her 85th birthday.
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Fireworks may make us humans “ooh” and “aah”, but the same isn’t true for our furry and feathered friends. Just like thunderstorms, the loud, unexpected noises of fireworks can cause pets extreme distress. It’s therefore important to... READ MORE
Even on mild days, temperatures in a car can rapidly heat up to reach more than double the outside temperature. When it’s 22 degrees Celsius outside, the inside of a car can reach a stifling 47 degrees Celsius. This is no environment for a dog. READ MORE
As the weather warms up, it is more important than ever to make sure your furry friends are protected against ticks. Tick paralysis is a serious and potentially fatal condition requiring urgent veterinary attention. It is important to be aware of... READ MORE