RSPCA NSW shelters and care centres across the state are ready to welcomewalk-in adoptions effective Monday 15 June 2020.
Opening our doors again to the public brings an end to our successful Adoptfrom Home program.
Launched in April, the online initiative found homes for 2655 animals in RSPCANSW shelters and Petbarn Adoption Centres across the state.
“Thank you to everyone who has continued to support us, it has been heart-warming to see the community turn to animal companionship during thesechallenging times,” said RSPCA NSW CEO Steve Coleman.
“We hope this support will continue as we reopen our doors to the public toadopt animals in our care.”
Please visit our website to find the latest opening hours for your nearestRSPCA NSW shelter, care centre and vet clinic, as they may have changed.
All operational changes are made in line with Federal and NSW State Governmentregulations implemented to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Whilst restrictions have eased, RSPCA NSW encourages the practice of safesocial distancing and hygiene measures while visiting our locations. Limits onthe number of people allowed inside the shelter at any time will be monitoredand varied from shelter to shelter.
All animals available for adoption can be found online atrspcansw.org.au/adopt.
Visit our online blog for the latest updates on our response to the pandemicand for tips on how to prepare your animals for life after COVID-19.
Image:Danny the Pointer cross – prospective adopters can now visit him at theCoffs Harbour Shelter
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