To save companion animals from unnecessary euthanasia through community education, fostering, de-sexing and placing them in suitable homes.
An end to the over-population of pets in Australia, zero euthanasia of rehomable pets, and a good quality of life for all companion animals
SAFE has set up a network of temporary carers who open their homes to unwanted animals whilst permanent homes are sought. SAFE is proactive in helping to bring about positive change in the areas which cause so many unwanted, abandoned and neglected animals, and strongly supports and promotes desexing. Through positive change, the primary goal for SAFE is to make a difference in the quality of life for companion animals and to promote their immense value to humans.
At this time, SAFE Bunbury are unable to offer interstate adoptions. If you require this option please explore our other SAFE locations to find your new best friend.
We Need Your Help
SAFE relies on the generosity of the community to operate our service. If you would like to become a Foster Carer, volunteer, help us financially or donate pet supplies, please contact us or visit our website for more details.
Please visit www.safe.org.au to view all the pets we have available for adoption.
Donate to SAFE Bunbury (Saving Animals From Euthanasia) via Shout
For an obligation-free meet and greet, please contact us on the details provided on each pet's listing.
Our adoption process includes completing our enquiry form, then the chosen applicant can chat to the pet's carer and arrange a meet-and-greet. If applying for a dog: a yard check will be carried out, if and you own another dog he/she will need to accompany you to the meet to ensure the dogs are compatible.
The full adoption fee must be deposited into our SAFE Bunbury bank account before the adoption trial starts. We provide the chosen applicant with the adoption paperwork and bank details. We offer a two week trial period to ensure the chosen pet is the right fit for your home. Upon successful trial period, we will arrange transfer of ownership on your pet's microchip from SAFE's details to yours and send out copies of vet records.
If adopting a pet under 6 months old, one of the following approved vet clinics should be selected to arrange sterilisation of the animal by the age of 6 months. This is included in the adoption fee:
Blair St Vets, 72 Blair St, Bunbury
Busselton Vet Hospital, Busselton
Ninth Street Vet Clinic, Harvey
Halls Head Small Animal Clinic - 12 Peelwood Parade, Halls Head
Caryn Vet Hospital, 1/4 Wisteria Parade, Edgewater
Kingsley Veterinary Hospital - 66 Creaney Drive, Kingsley
Ocean Keys Vet - Unit 8A, 61 Key Largo, Clarkson
South Metropolitan TAFE Vet Clinic - Hayman Rd, Bentley (during semester)
Swan Veterinary Hospital - 14 Runyon Rd, Midvale
Albany Vet Hospital, Albany
Swans Vet Service, Esperance
Please ask us for more information on arranging sterilisation of your pet if you live outside the Bunbury area.