Muffin has left the building.....Off to her new home to be spoilt rotten
Jackson and Bella08.01.2016
It is with great excitement we farewell Jackson and Bella, off on their next journey in life, a new home!!
Heading full swing into 201517.02.2015
PAA had a great year in 2014 and are already back into the swing of things for 2015. There are still a lot of mouths to feed and vet trips to be had, but with our amazing volunteers and supporters by our side, we are excited about what this year may bring.
PAA Shelter Statistics 201404.02.2015
Another busy year with over 1000 animals safely homed.
President's Report November 201403.02.2015
The PAA Management Team has had a number of projects throughout the year. We have updated our security systems...
My name is Monti and I found my forever home on 3rd March 2014 after being at the PAA for a few days. I was picked up as a stray and my previous owner signed me over – I was very frightened.
Several years ago volunteers arrived at the shelter to discover a young three legged female red cattle dog tied to the fence. Find out what happened next!
PAA Statistics 201431.12.2013
Well done to all the hard working volunteers and thank you from all our sponsors, donors and the general support we have had from our local community - 973 cats, dogs, puppies and kittens into forever homes in 2013!
Q & A page new to our website02.10.2013
Check out the new Q & A page added to our website.
Policelink Fundraising for PAA17.07.2013
Policelink chose Peninsula Animal Aid as their charity organisation for the month of June. The month of fundraising involved donations of dog and cat food, a staff free dress day and two ‘Twilight Walk’ events for staff and their dogs to participate in.
Jack is Smiling now14.04.2013
Our longest resident hasn't looked back since finding his forever family
Storm featured in the Redcliffe Herald14.04.2013
Storm the kitten creating some awareness in the Redcliffe Herald.
PAA Strategic Plan01.03.2013
PAA has launched its 5 Year Strategic Plan. For more information and to view the plan, read the full article.