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The RSPCA NSW Coffs Harbour Shelter is a branch of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in New South Wales, Australia. As a not-for-profit organization, they are dedicated to caring for, treating, protecting, and rehoming animals across the state. The shelter operates under an open-door policy, ensuring that no abandoned, neglected, injured, or surrendered animal is turned away or forgotten.

RSPCA NSW Coffs Harbour Shelter runs various programs aimed at improving animal welfare education and strengthening the bond between humans and animals. They operate five shelters, two rehabilitation centers, and three veterinary hospitals, providing medical care and rehabilitation services to a wide range of animals, including cats, dogs, horses, rabbits, guinea pigs, birds, goats, and sheep. The shelter also offers support to owners in need of guidance and assistance, addressing issues related to domestic violence, aged care, homelessness, mental health, and more.

With a strong focus on preventing cruelty to animals, RSPCA NSW Coffs Harbour Shelter boasts the largest animal enforcement unit in the state, comprising over 30 inspectors dedicated to investigating cases of alleged animal cruelty. The shelter relies on donations from partners and supporters to continue its vital work and encourages individuals to get involved through volunteering, fundraising events, and various support initiatives. By promoting humane treatment, education, and advocacy, RSPCA NSW Coffs Harbour Shelter strives to protect and care for animals while empowering communities to value compassion and respect towards all living beings.