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PetRescue’s 2024 Australian Pet Adoption Report

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PetRescue, Australia’s leading pet adoption charity, announces the release of the second annual State of Pet Adoption Report for 2022-2023.

This comprehensive report provides invaluable insights into the current landscape of pet adoption in Australia, highlighting key trends, challenges, and findings in the effort to ensure a future where every pet is safe, respected, and loved. 

Building on last year’s inaugural edition, the 2022-2023 report dives deep into the data collected from rescue groups, shelters, vets, councils, and the animal welfare and animal management community at large. It underscores the critical role of data in identifying the areas of greatest need and benchmarking progression in the sector. 

Key Findings of the Report Include: 

  • Adoption Trends: An in-depth look at the adoption rates across different species, and regions, identifying hotspots of both high and low adoption activity. 
  • Challenges and Opportunities: An examination of the barriers to pet adoption and the obstacles faced by people working or volunteering in the sector. 

Data-driven insights are crucial for understanding and addressing the complex systemic issues surrounding pet adoption. 

“We truly believe that we can create a future where every pet is safe, respected and loved, and the insights from our State of Pet Adoption Report are instrumental in making that vision a reality,” said PetRescue Managing Director and CEO Patima Tantiprasut.  

“This report not only highlights where we need to focus our efforts but also provides an inside look into the hidden world of rescue, providing us with the opportunity to transform into a sector that cares for the wellbeing of all pets, and also people, involved.” 

PetRescue invites the community to engage with the findings of this report and contribute to, collaborate on, and help strengthen future ones. 

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Menchie Khairuddin is a writer Deputy Content Manager at Akolade and content producer for Third Sector News. She is passionate about social affairs specifically in mixed, multicultural heritage and not-for-profit organisations.

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