Despite the generous team at BVSC donating their time and offering discounted physio treatments, surgery and materials; caring for Evie to ensure she could have a brighter future, was still costly. So RSPCA Qld put out a call for donations with a goal of raising $15,000 to help with some of Evie’s veterinary care costs, plus all of her onsite and foster care needs seen to. Currently, there has been $27,220 raised but sadly her care costs far exceeded expectations and reached over $30,000. However it was amazing to see Evie happy and healthy and the love, care and generosity from the community and all of those who donated above and beyond to assist in nursing Evie back to full health.
Our Inspectors executed 11 warrants in relation to cockfighting, seizing 186 fowl and numerous cockfighting paraphernalia.
Without your support, none of this would have been possible. It costs over 50 million for RSPCA Queensland to run our services, and as less than 5% of that we receive in government funding, meaning we rely on community donations to ensure we can care for as many animals as possible.
We appreciate every little bit of support and hope 2019 is an even better year for animal welfare!
If you’d like to help RSPCA Queensland this year, there are many ways that you can make a difference. Why not make 2019 the year to volunteer, become a foster carer, donate, adopt, attend an RSPCA event, or get your company on board to support our cause? The ways you can help animals have a brighter future, is endless.