Welcome to Peninsula Animal Aid
Peninsula Animal Aid (PAA) has been taking in stray and abandoned animals since 1971. PAA is a not for profit organisation run entirely by unpaid volunteers. PAA volunteers work tirelessly to make sure the animals in our care are reunited with their families or find loving new families who will continue to care for them. PAA has positions vacant for volunteers.
Cats and dogs available through the shelter and in foster care are updated regularly, so keep checking in to stay updated. Go to Adopt A Pet for more information about how to adopt an animal from PAA, including our adoption fees.
Heading full swing into 2015
PAA had a great year in 2014 and are already back into the swing of things for 2015.
There are still a lots of mouths to feed and vet trips to be had but with out amazing voluteers and supporters by our side we are excited of what this year may bring.
While we love caring for the cats and dogs here we would much prefer them to find their forever homes as quickly as possible. There are a few cats looking for special homes. Patrick for example is a diabetic and requires daily insulin injections but as long as he receives these and is fed a good diet and eats regularly he can live a full and active life.
We also have some beauitful dogs that have been waiting much too long for the right home.
If you think you have a place in you heart and home for one these furbabies please come down for a meet and greet to see if you are a good match.
Last November we had a beautiful 8 Year old Rough Collie surrendered to the shelter, with her house mate, the cat 'Boss', after their owner had a heart attack. They had no family who could care for them, so they found themselves in need of a new home.
PAA Shelter Statistics 201404.02.2015
Another busy year with over 1000 animals safely homed.