Make a Difference

All donations are tax deductible and make a real difference in the life of an animal in need.   We thank you and appreciate you!

Contribute via a Donation

One at a Time is a 'not for profit' organisation, meaning that your donation goes directly towards the rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming of animals (and is tax deductible).   Adoption fees are charged to help cover the basic expenses of rehoming, such as vet work, vaccinations, flea treatment, worming and fostering. However, we are often faced with distressing situations where animals, through no fault of their own, have high medical or rehabilitation needs and it is only via community donations that we can support and care for these animals. You can donate directly to our bank account

Bank Transfer Account: One at a Time Pet Rescue
BSB: 633 000
Account Number: 173151366

Mail a Donation
One at a Time Pet Rescue
PO Box 103
Lang Lang, 3984
Vic, Australia

** Make sure you email or include your details so we can send you a receipt

Contribute Your Time

There's so many ways you can volunteer with One at a Time Pet Rescue and we're so appreciative of anyone who can donate their time.

Foster Care
While they are waiting for their new homes, our OAAT animals spend time in foster care where they are loved, nurtured and observed for any specific personality traits of behaviours. This information is then shared with all future adopters.

We often have animals that need transporting to and from vet clinics, supplies that need collecting, or support with surrenders.

With rescue and rehoming comes paperwork...lots of paperwork. We also have grants that we can apply for and would love assistance with.

Cleaning and Feeding
This is a great opportunity for those who don't have the space for fostering but want to contribute to the care and well being of the animals.

** We're registered as a volunteer organisation with Centrelink, (for anyone needing to complete their 15 hours a week requirement)

Contribute towards the rehoming and rehabilitation of the following animals...


Sweet Soda is finally ready to find a home of her own. She is a darling independent young lady that lives happily amongst her foster

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Meet Buddy . He was surrendered due to not getting on with his owners new puppy.   As you can see he is settling in well

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We have some beautiful kittens now searching for new homes. All have been desexed had their first vaccination and are chipped. They are a little

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Sophia and her babies
Theodore Roosterveldt