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Published May 25th 2020
How shopping for yourself can benefit animals in need
RSPCA Shops at Sefton Park, Shop 2 Regency Plaza, 269 Main North Road, and Kidman Park, 322 Grange Road, have reopened! Currently, hours are 10am to 4pm Monday to Saturday. You can follow RSPCA Op Shops on Instagram and on Facebook.
RSPCA shops make a difference. Image from RSPCA facebook.
We all know what an important charity our RSPCA SA is, for protecting, rescuing, and rehoming beautiful pets and other animals who find themselves in need. We happily support our RSPCA Shops, knowing we are getting a great bargain for ourselves, and that our small contribution is making a real difference. Animals have no resources of their own, they can't set up their own go-fund-me when they are in need. They can't campaign for changes in laws and policies for their care and protection. They can't get a job and move out if they are not being well cared for, not being treated with respect, or not even given the necessities of life. As humans assert dominance over animals it's up to humans to ensure animals rights are asserted and protected. Our own RSPCA South Australia is a vital link in protecting those who can not protect themselves.
RSPCA makes a difference. Image from RSPCA facebook.