The RSPCA says it's going to work towards developing preventive management plans for feral animals in remote parts of Western Australia.
The announcement follows the aerial cull of thousands of feral horses at Lake Gregory and Billiluna stations in the Kimberley last week.
The RSPCA supported the cull, however in future it plans to identify feral animal populations and develop appropriate management strategies to avoid numbers getting out of control.
WA president, Lynne Bradshaw, says such an approach is vital in controlling feral animals.
"We are all about preventing cruelty to animals, that is our whole reason for being, so whatever we can do to prevent something happening.
"We have a responsibility as a community asset and the RSPCA really is a community asset that has a role to play in prevention," she said.
Although Ms Bradshaw is unsure of what the plans will look like, she says there will be a collaboration between different stakeholders.
"We will look at partnering with other organisation maybe such as councils etcetera to be able to share a resource," she said.