RSPCA Australia

The RSPCA is an international and community based organisation dedicated to helping animals that have suffered abuse. The RSPCA believes animals should have the right of freedom . The RSPCA encourages support from the community by encouraging them to generously donate money, support campaigns, participate in events or even volunteer some of their spare time to help fight animal cruelty and raise awareness.

RSPCA Milion Paws Walk

19th May 2O13

The RSPCA's biggest fundraiser is back. Come along and support us in caring for more than 30,000 animals entering this year. The RSPCA's goal is to raise $200,000 for the support of animals in need. Walk to stop and fight animal cruelty.

Facts and History

The RSPCA was founded in 1871 in Victoria when the public had a meeting about the ill treatment of horses. Tasmania followed in 1872, along with New South Wales in 1873. The other states were founded not too long after. The ACT had to wait until 1955, and the Northern Territory, 1965. Last year the RSPCA receieved a total of 131,525 animals. Of these animals, 22,928 were reclaimed and 42,605 were rehomed.