RSPCA Australia provides services to animals in need through shelters and inspectorates. With the bushfire disaster expected to worsen before it improves, according to the RSPCA, animals remain under threat like never before. The organization has already mobilized its staff, volunteers and resources to provide assistance wherever it is needed. After the fire zones clear, the RSPCA will begin the difficult task of entering affected areas to identify and assess injured animals. By donating to RSPCA Australia, Nomad hopes to save animals.
Update from the hardworking @rspca_vic crew: "Senior Inspector Steve Cook and our volunteers in Wangaratta continue to transfer animals from the emergency relief centre to RSPCA Victoria’s Wangaratta shelter. Whether we are needed for a few hours, or a few days, our wonderful Wangaratta staff are there to make sure people’s pets are kept safe while their owners make arrangements and preparations for the evacuations. In times like these we are so grateful for our volunteers and staff, working tirelessly to help animals no matter what our community faces. If you require this service for your pet, please reach out to your local council who are working with us to arrange emergency boarding." #repost #rspca #rspcavic #rspcavictoria