22 December 2020
You work hard. You plan. You save. As you get older, you know who you are and what you value. You decide what kind of legacy you’d like to leave and who you want your assets to help when you’re gone. For many people, that includes a gift in their will to RSPCA WA to reflect their love for animals, to celebrate the joy and companionship animals have brought them, and to help end animal cruelty well into the future.
19 August 2020
What do you get when you combine over 375 photogenic fur babies, a handful of untrained artists, pens and paper? An incredible online fundraiser for animals in need!
18 March 2020
What should you do with your animals during Coronavirus? Who is responding to cruelty reports? What is happening to animals in RSPCA care during this pandemic? What do I do with my pets if I’m in self-isolation?
30 July 2019
The sweetest fundraising event of the year is back, and RSPCA WA is calling on people to pre-heat their ovens, dust off their aprons and bake, ice and share sweet treats, all in the name of fighting animal cruelty.
11 March 2019
The 22 Crew is hosting their sixth annual RSPCA WA Charity Ride to raise funds for animals in need.
03 August 2018
RSPCA WA is calling for enthusiastic bakers, animal lovers and those who simply appreciate cupcakes to host a Cupcake Day event with friends, family and colleagues on 20 August to help raise funds for animals in need.
11 May 2018
RSPCA WA has revealed the top animal cruelty hot spots in the Perth metro and regional areas around WA.
21 November 2017
RSPCA’s 2018 calendar goes on sale Tuesday 21 November, with 100% of proceeds going directly to animals in need. The calendar costs just $10, and is available to purchase from RSPCA WA retail stores.
05 October 2017
On Friday 6 October, approximately 100 RSPCA WA volunteers will be in the city and at train stations around Perth collecting donations for RSPCA WA’s annual street appeal, Happy Tails Day.
26 July 2017
RSPCA WA welcomes today’s announcement by the Minister for Prevention of Family and Domestic Violence, the Hon Simone McGurk MLA, of a one-off funding commitment of $100,000 by the WA Labor Government to support the organisation’s Pets in Crisis trial program.
The Pets in Crisis program offers a temporary home for pets from households experiencing family and domestic violence while their owner seeks refuge or temporary accommodation of their own, helping to alleviate some of the logistical stress of removing themselves and their loved ones from a dangerous home environment.