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The RSPCA Brisbane Animal Care Campus, part of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Queensland (RSPCA Qld), is a leading animal welfare charity dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating, and rehoming animals in need throughout Queensland. Established in 1883, RSPCA Qld relies on the generosity of the community to fund 96% of its vital work, including caring for sick, injured, and displaced domestic animals and wildlife. The organization’s mission, “Together We Change Lives,” drives its commitment to finding safe and loving homes for all creatures great and small.

  • 10 Adoption Centres across Queensland
  • Wildlife Hospital in Brisbane and Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre in Eumundi
  • Adoption of RSPCA cats from various Pet Barn locations, RSPCA Op Shops, and World for Pets stores
  • Patron: Her Excellency the Honourable Dr Jeannette Young AC PSM, Governor of Queensland
  • Over 3,000 volunteers supporting RSPCA Qld annually

With the power to prosecute animal cruelty and neglect under the Animal Care and Protection Act (2001), RSPCA Qld plays a crucial role in advocating for animal welfare in the state. The organization’s Million Paws Walk fundraiser, celebrating its 30-year milestone, directly contributes to life-changing transformations for animals like Lilly, who was rescued, treated, and now living her best life. By supporting RSPCA Qld through donations or volunteering, individuals can help make thousands of stories of recovery possible each year, ensuring that abused, abandoned, and injured animals receive the care and compassion they deserve.