SAFE Inc has been rescuing and re-homing pets in Western Australia since 2003, through a successful foster care model operated by volunteers. SAFE foster carers provide temporary home-based care until a permanent home is found, eliminating the need for a shelter to house homeless animals.
We have branches and networks supporting each other right across the state, working towards zero euthanasia of rehomable pets and a good quality of life for all companion animals.
Our mission is to save homeless pets from unnecessary euthanasia by fostering, de-sexing and permanently rehoming them.
SAFE is keen to see caged care kept to a minimum and used only when necessary, such as for quarantine, behavioural assessments and emergency overflow – while the majority of homeless pets are able to enjoy the benefits of foster care.
We want to see a reduction in the over-population of pets by promoting responsible pet ownership and pet de-sexing.
SAFE – Saving Animals From Euthanasia www.safe.asn.au