Catastrophic fires are raging across Australia. Our nation is in the midst of a crisis.
The fires have already taken so much. Entire communities have been left devastated. The loss of both human and animal life has been unimaginable and heartbreaking.
With the bushfire disaster expected to worsen before it improves, our animals remain under threat like never before.
Across the country, in NSW, SA, Qld and Vic, we have mobilised our staff, volunteers and resources to provide assistance wherever it is needed. We’re helping members of the public keep their animals safe and providing much-needed equipment and supplies as well as emergency care and boarding where available.
Once the active fire zones clear, that’s when our most challenging work begins.
The RSPCA, working alongside government and emergency agencies, veterinarians and local authorities, will begin the difficult job of entering affected areas to identify and assess injured animals.
Our work will continue for months after the fires have ceased.
Your help will allow us to continue to respond to emergencies and help us assist animals and communities in need.
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