Alfred, a Maltese Terrier mix Shih Tzu puppy, was surrendered to the RSPCA with his mum and dad. Alfred’s dad was de-sexed and adopted quickly. His mum spent a few weeks nurturing little Alfred, before she too was adopted.
Alfred then spent some time in a foster home until he was big enough to be de-sexed. His foster carer did not mind one bit!
He was the perfect little gentleman: always cuddly, he never whimpered, and put himself to bed at 7.30 each night! A family who fell in love with him the moment they met him has since adopted Alfred.
Thanks to you, we were able to help Alfred and his family when they needed us the most.
RSPCA Tasmania’s General Manager Peter West headed to Launceston to visit Lynne, the 6th prize winner in RSPCA Raffle 53!
Lynne, pictured aside said that she has never been to the Red Centre of Australia and always supported RSPCA when she could.
Lynne and asked many questions over a cup of tea with the Tasmanian GM, and couldn’t believe her luck in winning the 5-star trip to Uluru for two people!
Lynne has enjoyed caring for many animals over the years (mainly dogs) and loves that she is able to help RSPCA continue to do their important work.
We recently had some lovely feedback from previous winners Michael & Karen!
Michael and I wanted to thank you for organising our wonderful trip to South America.
We had an absolutely amazing time even though we thought we had sprung wings.
Peru was our favourite place. We loved Cusco.
Our guides in Lima (Paula) and Cusco (Lilliana) were absolutely brilliant. We could not speak more highly of them if we tried.
Once again thank you for our experience.
Kindest Regards, Karen