RSPCA Epping, please display photos of pets held at your facility on your website

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In October 2017 RSPCA Epping started taking in lost animals from Whittlesea, Darebin and Moreland councils. To help reunite as many animals as possible, we would like to have live threads running (similar to the one by Lost Dogs' Home) on the RSPCA's website of animals currently located at the shelter. Because the animals are only required to be kept for 8 days before being assessed and potentially rehomed, it would be a more effective process to allow people to browse photos of pets that have come in. It may not be possible for people to visit the shelter every week.


This would not only increase the number of animals reunited and give a sense of being proactive for those who are missing pets, but also make the already limited space in shelters available for actually homeless animals, as well as lessen the shelters' cost for food/litter and vet care for the animals waiting to be claimed.

Sources: http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/victoria/rspca-epping-opens-new-facility-for-animals/news-story/7518369f0f98b5e58d3a31fd2656a3aa
https://dogshome.com/lost-cats/ and https://dogshome.com/lost-dogs/



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