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Latest News & Events

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Why you won’t regret adopting a bonded pair

Bonded pair animals are best friends forever. They exercise together, sleep together and go up for adoption in a package… Read more

Ready, steady, bake! To help fight animal cruelty

Do you have a sweet tooth? Want to suppawt a good cause? RSPCA’s annual Cupcake Day fundraiser officially kicks off… Read more

Corporate groups who made a difference for RSPCA NSW in July

Thank you to all the incredible corporate groups who came out to our shelters and braved the winter weather for… Read more

All the amazing corporate supporters we visited in July

The month of July was a chilly one, but the enthusiasm and excitement from our corporate supporters kept our hearts… Read more

Breaking down our annual report for FY18-19

Our annual report (which you can find in full here) details all the wins, woofs and worries from our last… Read more

Thank you to the Dalwood-Wylie Foundation!

Every year, over 29,000 animals turn to RSPCA NSW for help. And each day they are in our shelters, these… Read more

The Past Year at a Glance

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