Detailed Information

The RSPCA NSW Central West Shelter, located in Orange, New South Wales, is a vital part of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) network in Australia. As a not-for-profit organization, RSPCA NSW is dedicated to caring for, treating, protecting, and rehoming animals across the state. The shelter provides a safe haven for animals that can no longer be cared for by their owners, ensuring they receive the necessary medical treatment, rehabilitation, and love they deserve.

At the Central West Shelter, a range of services are offered to the community, including volunteering opportunities, microchipping services, and valuable advice and support for pet owners. The shelter also operates an extensive Foster Care program and a small pet retail shop. Animals available for adoption have undergone thorough veterinary checks and any necessary treatment, with adoption fees helping to cover these costs and support ongoing care for animals in need.

RSPCA NSW not only focuses on the well-being of animals but also provides education and support to owners in various situations, such as domestic violence, aged care, homelessness, and mental health challenges. With a dedicated Inspectorate team investigating cases of alleged animal cruelty and a strong emphasis on community empowerment, RSPCA NSW strives to create a world where animals are treated with compassion and respect, and where humans and animals can live harmoniously together.