RSPCA volunteering a walk in the park

The RSPCA is home to dozens of adorable cats and dogs.

TIME TO SPARE: RSPCA volunteer Liam Sharp, of Westbury, with Dougall the Lhasa Apso cross.

TIME TO SPARE: RSPCA volunteer Liam Sharp, of Westbury, with Dougall the Lhasa Apso cross.

After spending only five minutes with just one of these creatures, you soon fall in love.

If you want to spend more time with the animals then the RSPCA is always on the look out for volunteers. 

RSPCA Animal Care Manager Lorraine Hamilton said the volunteers work alongside the staff in the kennels or the cattery or even just take the dogs for a walk.

If you’re feeling like it’s time to give something back to the community then the RSPCA is definitely the place to go.

Volunteers can give up as little as an hour of their time. They must be 18 or over.

With a vision of “saving every life” the RSPCA offer their loving and affectionate care to homeless animals all over the state. 

Their aim is to protect all animals and educate owners on how to correctly care for their pets. 

To find out more about volunteering for the RSPCA visit rspcatas.org.au or call them the Launceston care centre on 6332 8282.

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