Neglected and unwanted animals cared for
Animals found their forever homes
Families were reunited with their animals
Cruelty reports were received
Cats, dogs and rabbits were desexed
Foster carers opened their hearts
In the last 12 months, RSPCA South Australia has received over 4,000 cruelty reports. Animals can’t speak for themselves, so today we’re asking you be their voice.
Please pledge to stand up, speak out and take action against animal cruelty.
These two little donkeys have already endured so much pain and neglect – and one may even be pregnant.
Can you help give them the care they so desperately require?
We’ve unveiled our bold new vision for the animals of South Australia – and we need your support. We know more must be done to prevent animal cruelty, and education is key.
For the benefit of animals in our care and across South Australia, we must create a visionary new Animal Care Campus.
RSPCA South Australia is shocked and appalled at the catastrophic injury suffered by a bull during a Professional Bullriders Australia event at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre. We call on Adelaide Venue Management Corporation (which manages the Centre) to commit to never hosting an inhumane rodeo or bull riding event again.
Behind Lylah’s gorgeous Amber eyes lies a pain that only a mother can understand. Please read Lylah’s story, and help us honour Lylah and her kitten – the baby she never got a chance to raise.