It’s the biggest event on Perth’s pet lovers’ calendars, and after a three year hiatus we’re excited to see RSPCA WA’s Million Paws Walk back this May, celebrating its 25th year of helping animals across Western Australia!
For the past 130 years, RSPCA WA has been on a mission to combat animal cruelty through rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming critters of all kinds, in the process giving them a second chance at life.
And despite their education and lobbying efforts promoting animal welfare every year, the number of animals needing RSPCA WA’s support and care continues to grow each year – and that’s where you come in!
Registrations are now open for The Million Paws Walk – a fantastic fundraiser fighting against something we think everyone can agree on (animal cruelty), by helping animals across the state get the vet care, love and attention they need.
This year the Million Paws Walk is shaping up to be their biggest and best event ever at Sir James Mitchell Park in South Perth on Sunday 28 May from 9am until 2pm.
It’s an awesome day of fun for you and the whole furry family, and people without pets are also encouraged to head down because who doesn’t love a spot of dog watching and pats (with permission, course)?
Tickets to the event are now on sale, and RSPCA WA is asking pet owners and lovers to purchase their tickets and start fundraising via the Million Paws Walk WEBSITE.