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An exceptional live presentation given by our friends at the RSPCA, especially for deaf and hard of hearing children (DHH) aged nought to 5 and their family.


If you and your child are animal lovers or just like to watch cute animals be their cute selves on the internet, this is for you!

Our wonderful partners at the RSCPA will be running this one-time only live presentation exclusively for deaf and hard of hearing and their families where participants will get introduced to small animals such as guinea pigs and rabbits and learn about their care. You will be taken behind the scenes, learn about the RSPCA's action, and get to practise some Auslan related to animals and their care!

A bilingual environment of Auslan and spoken English is offered to support all forms of communication. Auslan interpreters will be present and captions will be available.

Furry Tales takes place via Zoom and runs on AEDT time.


Session details

This one-off online video conferencing chat runs for 40 minutes and is led by RSPCA facilitators. Live captions and interpreters are available.

What to bring

A desktop computer or laptop, or an iPad.
A second screen is needed if you require live captioning.
You don’t have to prepare anything! You can think about questions you would like to ask our wonderful RSPCA experts.

Online on Zoom

You will be emailed the Zoom webinar details a few days before Furry Tales.
You will be required to download Zoom to access the room. You can download Zoom here



Payment details


$35 per person - includes the whole family!

Payment options

  • Credit card online when registering
  • Pay EFT off the invoice which will be emailed to the order contact

Register for Furry Tales now!


Contact details

For all course and online registration questions, email

Head to Events and Activities to learn about the other events, programs and activities we run.


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