If something happens to you, what happens to your pets?

The Home Ever After Program

Pets are cherished members of the family, so we believe that safeguarding their future is vitally important and a fundamental requirement for any responsible pet owner. Having a plan in place provides great peace of mind and secures the future wellbeing of your pet, should something happen to you.

The Benefits

1. Your pet will be cared for and found a loving new home

Even if you have a person to care for your pet, Home Ever After can be a reassuring backup plan. Family members’ lives can change, and neighbours can move away. By registering in Home Ever After you will have the peace of mind, that whatever happens, your pet will be cared for.

2. Your pet’s profile will be held on record

When you register your pet in our Home Ever After program, you provide us with detailed information about their specific needs and personality traits. We hold this information on record to ensure, should the time come, we have all we require to care for your pet and match them with the right, adoring new family.

3. Share your final wishes for your pet

It’s important to leave clear instructions about whom you wish to care for your pet, should something happen to you. When you register your pet in the Home Ever After program, we will provide helpful information about the program which you can share with your loved ones. Then, should your pet ever need us, we will provide your special instructions for their care, to their new owner.

4. Enjoy peace of mind

Having the Home Ever After program as a future care or backup plan for your pet provides peace of mind that there will always be someone to love and care for your pet.

Does it cost anything?

Home Ever After is a free program offered to animal lovers who include a gift in their Will for the RSPCA. Your gift, whatever the amount, will have a significant impact on the lives of animals in need and contribute to the more than 90% of our total funding, that we rely on from the community each year.

Would you like to know more?

The RSPCA is committed to handling your personal information in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth). You can read our Collection Notice here.