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RSPCA Food Donation Bin

Have you seen RSPCA’s pet food collection bin at Woolworths Moruya? Have you ever wondered where that food goes?

Food kindly donated in that bin has fed hundreds of RSPCA animals over the years. In fact, this year alone, 64 cats and kittens, and 13 dogs and puppies, have relied on donated food while they waited for their forever homes.

RSPCA Eurobodalla is a shelter-free branch. Animals surrendered to us or rescued by us must be given to foster carers, while they are waiting to be rehomed. The Woolies bin is by far the main source of food for those animals, which means we, and especially our cats, dogs, puppies and kittens, are VERY grateful to the wonderful people who donate.

From time to time, we send animals from Eurobodalla to another RSPCA shelter, and on those occasions we usually send some food as well.

We also help people who are struggling to feed their pets, and families in crisis, on a case by case basis.

Depending on the number and type of animals in our care at any one time, our needs can vary. If we are running short of needed items, we will put a sign on the bin.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank most sincerely everyone who donates, and to ask for your continued support. Every can, every bag, every box is valued and makes a difference.

We should also express our gratitude to the management of Woolworths at Moruya, for kindly hosting this vital asset to our branch’s work.


Above: Dottie and Tippy are 3 month old kittens available for adoption. As you can see, they get on very well with their present hosts, a couple of large dogs.

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