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The state and territory member Societies provide services to animals in need through their shelters and inspectorates. In the national office, RSPCA Australia works to influence animal welfare policy, practice and legislation across the country
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With less than two weeks until the day, fundraising for RSPCA Cupcake Day is in full swing, with over $80,000 raised nationwide.
ACT fundraising is currently just over $4,000.

As RSPCA ACT receives just 15% of its funding from the government, they need your cupcakes to raise much needed funds to fight animal cruelty.
“Anyone can get involved; you don’t have to be a skilled baker! It’s all about having fun and doing it for a great cause” said RSPCA ACT CEO Tammy Ven Dange.

Sunrise host Natalie Barr is the latest high profile name to come to the party, offering up a delicious buttercake recipe.

Over the last few years Natalie’s gradually adopted an eight year old Samoyd, Madonna, from good friends. “They live in a unit so they bring her to our yard and she loves our noisy boy household. We take her to the boys' footy games every weekend and she's a hit, so lovely and well mannered,” she explained.

Madonna joins 10 year old moggie, Flash, in the Barr household.

The power of a cupcake:
• $30 shelters and cares for a neglected dog
• $50 heats a kennel during the cold winter months
• $100 desexes a kitten awaiting adoption
• $240 provides vaccinations for a litter of puppies
• $350 keeps an RSPCA ACT Inspector on the road fighting animal cruelty.

Get involved by registering online to set up an RSPCA Cupcake Day fundraising page or donate to a registered party host.

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