East Gippsland Fire Relief Efforts
Our East Gippsland community has been devastated by fire the threat of further flareups remain. The staff and volunteers of Animal Aid East Gippsland have been working tirelessly to assist the community while also trying to manage the preservation of their own life and property with many of them directly affected.
The shelter is safe and is housing a number of displaced animals in need of emergency accommodation. Our staff are providing animal food, blankets, bowls leads and containment items to emergency relief centres who are encouraging people to keep their companion animals with them.
We have seen the devastation of bush fire before – We will contribute supporting and responding to community need.
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Each year around 6,000 animals finds their way to our shelter through no fault of their own. They may be lost, injured, abandoned or surrendered by an owner that can no longer provide care.
For over 70 years Animal Aid has been a refuge in our community; giving animals a safe place where they can have time to heal before they start their lives in a new home. We value life and respect each animal for their individuality – age, breed or health should not define an animal’s potential for adoption. With love, kindness and expert care we focus on an animal’s future, not it’s past. We give a voice to the voiceless and are champions of animal welfare.