Animal Protection Society of WA Inc. Rescue is our favourite breed
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Our Mission Statement

Animal Protection Society of WA (Inc) “APS” is a not for profit, pro-life volunteer run Cat & Dog Refuge.  We are committed to rescuing Cats & Dogs who find themselves homeless.We work with local pounds, other rescues and private surrenders. We do not discriminate, we take Cats and Dogs of all ages, breeds and those in need of medical attention. APS are committed to providing the Cats & Dogs in our care a loving and safe environment until we can match them with the forever home most suited to their individual needs. We commit that every animal in our care will be sterilised, micro chipped, vaccinated & vet checked, to ensure their overall wellbeing and future safety. APS actively encourage responsible pet ownership, by educating potential adopters about the responsibilities and costs of welcoming a Cat and/or Dog into their family.

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Adopt Don’t Shop, Save A Life, Save A Pet


Animal Protection Society of WA (APS) prioritises the safety and wellbeing of our Team, which means minimising the risk of exposure to COVID-19 at APS Premises. APS is therefore implementing a new COVID-19 vaccination policy.
APS Team Members are all Volunteers who choose to help in our Community and are required to meet the above requirements, therefore to maintain consistency, we request the same from Visitors.
All APS Team Members, Contractors and Visitors are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19, unless they are an Exempt Person.
In accordance with the APS policy:
A first dose of an Approved Vaccine will be required after 31st December 2021
full vaccination will be required after 31st January 2022
APS Management Committee believes that vaccinations are an important safeguard to the risks of COVID-19 by:
– Lessening the severity of infections
– Reducing pressure on our health system and improving the survival rate amongst the sick
– Reducing transmission and infection and
– Protecting lives and livelihoods in the community
Individuals who are not vaccinated by the above dates will not be permitted access to APS premises.
Please note APS Management Committee understands that there are differing views on this subject. We have over 140 animals in our care and will do what is required to keep them and the people who care for them safe. We ask that you respect our position.

2021 Howl-a-Ween Skydive!

They did it! 10 of our Dog Section team jumped out of a pawfectly good plane to raise much needed funds for improvements around our dog section! Well done to all of those who took a leap for our woofs, but especially to Clare for doing this on her 76th year of being absolutely PAWESOME! Well done Angel, Donna, Emma, Gigi, Janet, Jodie, Megan, Natasha and Taleisha and a big thanks to Skydive Geronimo Rottnest!


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