Ferrets are members of the weasel family, and their mischievous personalities make them amusing and interesting pets. So what’s the best way of looking after these inquisitive and intelligent animals?
Sydney has recently experienced an increase in cases of feline panleukopenia virus. RSPCA NSW understands that cat owners can be worried and stressed. We know that pets are family and they should be protected at all costs. We have provided information to support you. If you have any concerns after reading this, please call our RSPCA Sydney Veterinary Hospital on (02) 9770 7555 and make an appointment. RSPCA NSW is fighting for animal welfare every day. We are here to help.
Thanks to you, in the 2015-16 finnancial year, RSPCA NSW saw more than 20,000 animals rehomed, reunited with their owners or released into the wild. We had over 37,000 animals come through our doors in need of help. Through education, advocacy and hard work, animals all across the state have been given the help that they need.
Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, animal welfare is improving every year. Your contribution is making a difference to the lives of animals in need.
Corporate Support Days with RSPCA NSW are an amazing opportunity for any company’s staff to strengthen their relationships as a team. Through an interactive experience, teams are able to help with the maintenance of the grounds and the shelter animals’ socialisation skills. It’s a practical way to learn, team build and show care for our shelter animals. In December, staff from Spectre Group and Westpac took part in the immense effort it takes to run a shelter to help the neglected, homeless and unwanted animals.
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 create a safe, calm environment for them. This will prevent them from hurting themselves or becoming lost in panic.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! But a busy house full of guests and noise can be very stressful for animals, and all those tempting decorations and foods can pose significant risks. Read on to see how to ensure your four-legged companion enjoys the festivities safely.
It may be hard to resist a pleading face, but it could save your pet’s life. Christmas food is among some of the most dangerous for animals to consume. So before you drop a titbit under the table, think about what it could do to your pet’s health.
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