A foster care program for pets of families fleeing domestic violence and an education program for children experiencing violence at home will be expanded to Bunbury if Labor is re-elected. Premier Mark McGowan announced the commitment last Wednesday as part of a $60 million package to stop the cycle of family and domestic violence and support survivors. It would see the Pets in Crisis and Building Animal Relationships with Kids programs expanded to Bunbury, Busselton and Albany. South West victims of family and domestic violence will also have access to a pilot program which makes it easier and less traumatic for people to obtain violence restraining orders. The program will expand to support victims in Bunbury, Broome and Armadale. The location of the regional hub is yet to be announced.