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They need exceptional owners who can open their homes and hearts and ensure they receive the specific care or housing necessary to give them a happy, stable life. An animal may need to be adopted by an exceptional owner if they fall into one or more of the categories below: Long-term behaviour support Old age Ongoing medical condition e.g. diabetes End of life care Restricted or specialised housing If you’re interested in becoming an exceptional owner for a specific animal you have seen on our website, please complete the below form to help us match the right family to that pet. Most importantly, thank you for considering to adopt from RSPCA NSW. Express your interest in becoming an RSPCA NSW exceptional owner If you’re interested in becoming an exceptional owner for a specific animal you have seen on our website, please complete the following questionnaire to help us match the right family to that pet. If you meet initial requirements for the animal that you are interested in and are shortlisted, one of our Adoption Officers we will be in contact soon. If you do not hear from us you have unfortunately been unsuccessful this time but please check our website regularly to view all animals still looking for homes. Name of the animal you’re interested in adopting* Animal ID*This is the six-digit number at the top of the animal’s adoption page. Which RSPCA NSW location is the animal available for adoption from?* Your name* First name Last name What is the best phone number to contact you on?* Email* Where are you based?*Some animals are not suitable for interstate travel and the majority require interested parties to meet the animal prior to deciding to adopt Suburb State Do you have any children under 18 years living at your home?* Yes No How many children do you have at home and how old are they?*Do you have any pets living at your home currently?* Yes No Please tell us about them*E.g. number of pets, type of animal/s, breed/s, age etc.Describe your home and where the pet you are interested in would be spending his or her time?*E.g. what type of fences you have, where the dog will be sleeping etc.Tell us about your lifestyle and how you see this animal fitting into it*e.g. we go camping a lot and want a dog we can take along, we like taking our dogs to dog friendly cafesPlease tell us about your previous pet experience*Have you had any experience training pets? what worked and what didn’t? Have you had any experience with animals with special needs or medical needs? Let us know!Please provide us with any other information you feel is relevant about your home, family and previous pet ownership.e.g. working arrangements, experience with specific breeds or conditions etc. The RSPCA is committed to handling your personal information in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth). You can read our Collection Notice here.