Whether it is possums living in your roof, snakes living in your yard or feral cats keeping you awake at night the RSPCA is only able to tend to these animals if they are sick or injured.
Billy is our RSPCA goat genius!
He’s here to answer your questions about wildlife, farm animals, pets and the RSPCA.
Thanks for the question about snakes! You can find the information your looking for in “Reptiles and Amphibians as Pets” page on WOAW.
Thanks for the great question! Wildlife in Australia needs as much help as it can get. You can contact the RSPCA wildlife department in your state to find out information about the different wildlife care groups in your area…
We take Volunteers onsite to assist our Wildlife Department from 18 years of age and upwards. However you don’t have to wait until your are 18 to make a difference! RSPCA Qld has many ways for you to be involved…
The places and people to contact when you find a lost animal are very similar to the places that you should contact if you were to lose your own animal
If you find a sick or injured domestic animal and cannot find the owner, or if you find a sick or injured wild animal you can call 1300ANIMAL (1300 264 625). However as the RSPCA is charity we only have limited amounts of people available to pick up the…
Adopting an animal from the RSPCA is a straightforward process. Billy explains the steps for adopting an animal from the RSPCA in this weeks question.
The RSPCA offers a wide range of animal training courses across Australia. Courses offered include
If you are concerned about the way an animal is being treated you should lodge a cruelty complaint. To lodge a cruelty complaint with the RSPCA
The Queensland RSPCA cannot financially support a private vet practice at this time. There are vets that work for the RSPCA but they care for the thousands of animals which
come through our shelters everyday.