If you can't adopt - foster.

If you can't foster - sponsor.

If you can't sponsor - volunteer.

If you can't volunteer - donate.

If you can't donate - educate, network, and crosspost.

Everyone can do something.

We are big believers in ‘it all adds up’. There are lots of ways you can contribute to saving a life. It might be by sharing an urgent case on social media, or by helping out at a fundraising event. If you are able to donate towards our veterinary bills, that is also very much appreciated. Vet bills are the biggest cost we see here at WA Pet Project. We provide all our pets in care with standard microchip, vaccination and sterilisation however there are always extras that pop up. An ear infection, an allergy, maybe even an emergency trip the vet. 


Our bank details are as follows:



WA Pet Project

BSB 302 162

# 0910 851 

You can also help by donating goodies for the pets in our care!


  • Dog, and cat food is always needed. We have pups, kittens and adult pets in care that need nutritionally balanced, quality pet food. We love Blackhawk, Royal Canin (especially for kittens!) and Meals For Mutts pet foods. Allergy friendly dog food is MUCH need - anything 100% fish or kangaroo based (no other meats present)! Treats are also gobbled up!

  • Kitty litter and litter trays. Cats love a clean litter tray! Often there are great sales on litter, our favourites are kitten safe litters or the clumping clay variety (for adults).

  • Toys. Most of our carers have multiple fosters and so toys are often needing to be replaced. Cats love balls with bells and cat nip toys or even tunnels. Dogs love plush toys with squeakers, kong type treat toys and other chew toys are great for our teething pups.

  • Collars and leads. We need all sizes of cat and dog collars! Especially dog collars suitable for puppies and medium sized dogs. Harnesses also come in handy for when our pets are being chauffeured around town - large dog harness are ALWAYS needed!

  • Flea and worming treatment. All sizes, but especially cat and kitten treatments.

  • Canesten Hygiene Laundry Rinse. This can be found with laundry detergents at your local Woolworths or Coles. This rinse is great for our carer's with young kittens and pups, or even multiple fosters, to ensure bedding is clean and germ free.

  • Paper towels. Puppy carers go through a heap of paper towels when toilet training!

  • If you have anything else, such as bedding or bowls, we will never say no!


We currently have permanent donation points NOR, SOR and East in Greenwood, Parkwood, Spearwood and Brookdale. Please email with your nominated point or your suburb and we will let you know the address of the donation point. Thank you, thank you, thank you!


Support WAPP with the new Containers for Change initiative!

Simply take your eligible containers to your closest collection point and quote our Scheme ID code: C10242491 to donate the .10c per container to help our animals! Visit the Containers for Change website for more information here.

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WA Pet Project is a Perth based cat and dog rescue focused on improving the lives of pets and their humans. 

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