Riverina animal rescues SMART, RADAR and others to collaborate as cost of living leads to more surrenders and less adoptions

Hayley Wilkinson
By Hayley Wilkinson
June 20 2022 - 9:00am
Riverina and District Animal Rescue (RADAR) president, Jessica Weir, and 5-year-old Dotty who was lopoking for a home earlier this year. Picture: Madeline Begley

Volunteers at Riverina animal rescue facilities already overflowing with surrendered pets say they are preparing for the situation to worsen in coming weeks.


Hayley Wilkinson

Born and raised within the Riverina, Hayley launched her journalism career at The Daily Advertiser in September 2021. During her time she covered events, entertainment and human interest stories.

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