Animania is the pawfect magazine for kids who love animals.


RSPCA’s Animania magazine is the ultimate guide to animal care for animal lovers of all ages. It’s packed with awesome animal stories, breed profiles, mini posters, pet care tips, prizes, puzzles, and much more!

Animania magazine is published quarterly and for only $25, you’ll receive four issues delivered straight to your door (a new magazine every three months), making it a great gift!

Or, if you want to help the environment and save money, consider our digital edition – the Animania magazine app is available on the App Store and Google Play. Access your favourite magazine on your preferred device with interactive content. It’s great value at just $14.99 for a year’s subscription, or $3.99 for a single issue.

To ensure you receive the next issue of Animania, subscribe online here or phone (02) 9782 4478.

Animania FAQs

Each issue is packed with animal stories, breed profiles, information about pet care, RSPCA rescue stories, training tips and veterinary questions. Plus, there’s a fun DIY section, prizes to win, puzzles and so much more.

Of course, the magazine isn’t just about cats and dogs – you’ll also learn all about birds, livestock, pocket pets, underwater animals, wild animals, zoo animals, and more.

The digital version contains the same content as the print version, but there are added extras such as videos and web links.

The print version is $25 for a one-year subscription, and the digital version is $14.99 for a one-year subscription. You can also buy singular digital issues for $3.99 each.

The app, which is available on the App Store and Google Play, is free to download. However, in-app purchases are required to view magazines.

Animania is published four times a year, in March, June, September and December.

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