Looking to adopt a pet? Search now for dogs, cats and other pets available at your local RSPCA.
ADOPT A PET
Over 20,000 animals found new homes through RSPCA NSW in the 2013-2014 financial year. While most were adopted throughout shelters, almost 1,300 were through our Care Centres, around 1,300 were adopted through our partnership with Petbarn, and our RSPCA Volunteer Branches placed over 500 animals as well.
To make this process easier, the RSPCA has introduced Adoptapet. This national website, proudly supported by Bendigo Bank, lets you view animals awaiting adoption at RSPCA locations across Australia.
Being able to rehome animals is all made possible by our loyal supporters. If you would like to help make a difference, please visit our Donate page or click here.
But the best reason to adopt your new pet from the RSPCA is, not only will you be giving a new home to an animal that really needs you, but through your support, you'll be helping the RSPCA to assist many more animals that might not have a chance otherwise.
All RSPCA animals:
- are expertly checked by a veterinarian and temperament tested
- are microchipped and desexed where relevant
- come in different shapes and sizes, including pure breeds and mixed breeds
- have been given love and attention while at the shelter from dedicated, caring RSPCA staff and volunteers.
Browsing through Adoptapet, you'll see that many wonderful pets find their way to the RSPCA for a number of different reasons and all are thoroughly health checked and temperament tested before being offered up for adoption by the RSPCA.
The experienced staff at the RSPCA can provide advice on the best type of pet for you and how to care for him or her properly.
Most importantly, when you adopt a pet from us, you are not only giving an animal the chance at a new life, you’re supporting the continuing efforts of the RSPCA to care for all animals throughout Australia.
Pets for Adoption
A very sweet and gentle girl, Alexandra loves to relax in the sun, snack all day and cuddle up by your side. She likes to curl up in safe comfortable places and would love a little bed of her own. READ MORE