It doesn't matter if you're a cat person or a dog person, the RSPCA Orange support group wants to hear from you.
According to publicity officer Libby Jones, all you need is a love of animals to give the group the help they need.
"We have a great group of about 12 to 15 people who regularly attend meetings but at the moment we are running out of ideas and we need some physical help for fundraising. We are trying to make the conditions better for unwanted animals who are placed at the shelter, but at the moment we are struggling," she said.
The group meets on the second Wednesday of every month and is primarily involved in fundraising activities to support the RSPCA animal shelter.
"We want to get a program up and running that heavily subsidises the desexing of animals. If we can get the funding for this then more animals will be desexed and there will be less unwanted animals that have to be euthanised," Mrs Jones said.
A lack of active support is not a new dilemma for the group; three years ago volunteer participation dropped off so much that it nearly had to fold.
The group was saved after all the local life members were contacted and about 45 people attended a meeting to elect an executive committee.
Mrs Jones is hoping the upcoming annual general meeting (AGM) will have a similarly reviving affect.
"We'd obviously like to get as many people involved as possible, hundreds would be great, but we realise we probably can't get that many.
"The more people involved means there will be less work to do and more things will get done. We really need a group of 20 to 30 committed people to make a difference," she said.
"It comes back to caring about animals and the huge number of strays there are in the local community. I think there is a particularly high rate of euthanasia in Orange, and that's just not acceptable."
The AGM will be held at 7pm on Wednesday August 13 at the Orange City Bowling Club. Regular meetings are held at the same time and place on the second Wednesday every month and usually go for about two hours.
If you want to get involved you can attend any meeting, or call Libby Jones after hours on 6362-0428.