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The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Tasmania (RSPCA) is a not-for-profit non-government organization that cares for, treats, protects, and rehomes animals across the state. We have been working to improve the lives of animals in this state since 1878. The RSPCA is the only Tasmanian organisation named in animal welfare legislation and we appreciate the continued support of all levels of government. The community respects our knowledge of animal welfare, which is grounded in science and based on experience. In the 143 years since the RSPCA was established in the state, we have helped thousands of animals in need in all kinds of situations: in homes, backyards, on farms, in the wild and at sporting arenas. During the past three years, RSPCA has: • Investigated over 25,000 reports of animal cruelty; • Provided care for more than 6670 animals; and • Delivered information to thousands of people on animal welfare, responsible animal care and pet ownership through school, community and online education. Animals play a central role in the lives of many people. Most Tasmanians, whether they live in suburbia, rural properties, or in regional towns, say animal welfare is important or extremely important to them. One of our key roles is to act as a conduit for the community’s concerns about animal welfare, to ensure those concerns are heard by our state’s decision-makers.

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