RSPCA WA’s Junior Ambassador Scheme is a unique way of engaging children in animal welfare.

Our first Junior Ambassadors were recently appointed to lead the way in animal welfare and to promote every animal’s essential Five Freedoms.

The Ambassadors – Leah, Lytoni and Maddy from Cable Beach Primary School in Broome –have a very keen interest in animals, and are animal welfare leaders amongst their peers. As well as promoting the Five Freedoms and showing other students the best way to deal with animals, they are fundraising for the cause through Million Paws Walk, Happy Tails Day and Cupcake Day.

The appointment of Leah, Lytoni and Maddy by our Community Education Inspector and General Inspectors was announced at their school assembly in 2015. They were presented with certificates and their Junior Ambassador packs that included exclusive Junior Ambassador navy blue t-shirts, an RSPCA cap, water bottle, stickers, tattoos, ruler set, notebook, calculator, Frisbee, pen, and an awareness band.

Our first three RSPCA Junior Ambassadors are: Leah Pigram (L), Lytoni Cheinmora (M), and Maddy Rose (R)

The girls were even interviewed by GWN!

We believe our Junior Ambassadors will help lead the way in promoting responsible pet ownership to both students and adults. Leah, Lytoni and Maddy are certainly up to the task!