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The RSPCA-Albury Volunteer Branch is a dedicated arm of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals; New South Wales (RSPCA NSW), operating as a not-for-profit organisation in Australia. This branch focuses on caring for, treating, protecting, and rehoming animals in the Albury region and beyond. Committed to ensuring that no animal is left behind, regardless of their circumstances, the RSPCA-Albury Volunteer Branch works tirelessly to uphold the highest ethical standards in animal welfare.

With a strong emphasis on community involvement, the RSPCA-Albury Volunteer Branch runs various fundraising events and supports local initiatives such as microchipping and desexing drives in lower-income communities. Their efforts extend beyond cats and dogs to include a diverse range of animals, from horses to rabbits, guinea pigs, birds, goats, and sheep. Through education and advocacy, the branch aims to empower individuals to value humane treatment of all creatures, fostering a culture of compassion and respect for animals.

As part of the larger RSPCA NSW network, the Albury Volunteer Branch plays a vital role in fostering care, rehoming, and desexing programs. Their mission is centered on preventing cruelty to animals and providing support to both animals in need and their owners. By joining forces with volunteers, supporters, and partners, the RSPCA-Albury Volunteer Branch continues to make a meaningful difference in the lives of animals and the community at large.