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The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) South Australia – Port Lincoln Animal Care Centre is a vital part of the state’s oldest and largest animal welfare charity. Established in Adelaide in 1875, RSPCA South Australia remains a leading voice for animal welfare across the region. The dedicated team at the Port Lincoln Animal Care Centre works tirelessly to defend the dignity of animals, prevent cruelty, and provide care and protection to neglected and unwanted animals.

At the Port Lincoln Animal Care Centre, families are reunited with their beloved pets, neglected animals find their forever homes, and cruelty reports are received and investigated by a team of compassionate inspectors. The centre also responds to ambulance call outs and relies on the support of volunteers to carry out its operations effectively. RSPCA South Australia emphasizes the importance of standing up, speaking out, and taking action against animal cruelty to create a compassionate society free of suffering for all living creatures.

Committed to promoting the Five Freedoms for animals, RSPCA South Australia advocates for the welfare of animals by ensuring access to essential needs such as food, water, shelter, healthcare, and mental well-being. The centre’s mission is to prevent cruelty to animals through education, advocacy, and providing a safe and caring environment for animals in need. With a focus on humane treatment and protection of all creatures, RSPCA South Australia – Port Lincoln Animal Care Centre continues to be a beacon of hope for animals in South Australia.