How many locations does Rspca have?
Our local branches play an incredible role in helping animals. We have over 150 branches that work to our policies but are run as separately-registered charities to the national RSPCA.
How do I get rid of my dog in Qld?
The process when surrendering a pet to the RSPCA is:
- Owners go to the Surrender Portal.
- An appointment is made.
- The customer will then fill in a lengthy survey including all the details about their pet.
- The surrender application is then revised and approved by RSPCA staff.
Is Rspca Qld not for profit?
As a non-government, community based charity, we are the only charity with the power to prosecute animal cruelty and neglect. We care for displaced domestic pets as well as native wildlife patients in our Brisbane RSPCA Wildlife Hospital and Eumundi Rehabilitation Centre.
What pets can you have in Qld?
Cats, dogs and other common pets There are no restrictions on cats, dogs, guinea pigs, rats, mice and axolotl (walking fish).
Where does the Rspca get its money from?
The RSPCA is funded primarily by voluntary donations. Its patron is Queen Elizabeth II. Founded in 1824, it is the oldest and largest animal welfare organisation in the world and is one of the largest charities in the UK. The organisation also does international outreach work across Europe, Africa and Asia.
What does the RSPCA Cairns Animal Care Centre do?
The RSPCA Cairns Animal Care Centre rescues and re-homes animals from across the far north areas of Queensland. Animals come to the shelter from as far away at Townsville, Torres Strait, Weipa and Cooktown, and are rehomed to Cairns and surrounds.
Where can I adopt an animal in Cairns?
RSPCA Cairns. The RSPCA Cairns Animal Care Centre rescues and re-homes animals from across the far north areas of Queensland. Animals come to the shelter from as far away at Townsville, Torres Strait, Weipa and Cooktown, and are rehomed to Cairns and surrounds. In addition to adoptions we also offer boarding facilities for dogs cats,…
Why volunteer with RSPCA QLD?
Without our valued volunteers, RSPCA Qld would not be able to help the many abused, abandoned and injured animals that come into our care every year. Our goal is to find safe, loving homes for the many animals in our care. Why not take a look at the beautiful animals waiting patiently to find a home now. Choose Kind of animal?
How do I search for a pet with RSPCA QLD?
To start your search, simply enter the type of pet you’re interested in to hear a little more about the ideal companions near you! All animals in RSPCA Qld care have been thoroughly health checked and temperament tested before being offered up for adoption.