A bag left inside Adelaide Airport’s toilets last night caused a security scare, with police calling in the bomb squad to investigate – only to find an abandoned rabbit.
Burnt, bruised and with a badly wounded eye, Elvie's rescuers at first thought she was dead.
With less than a week to go before new dog and cat laws take effect, RSPCA South Australia has announced an initiative to help pet owners comply.
RSPCA South Australia is seeking assistance from the public after two burnt chickens were found at Kidman Park skate park yesterday afternoon.
A young cat left in a zipped up sports bag in a suburban park and five kittens dumped outside the RSPCA South Australia’s Lonsdale shelter are now recovering.
RSPCA foster carer Sonia and her seamstress friend Majorie have now produced more than 500 handmade coats for shelter dogs nationwide.
They greet us every morning, and wait hours to see us at the end of the day. But next Friday your faithful canine companion might be able to join you at work.
A lost pet can be hugely distressing – this one easy and inexpensive step gives your beloved dog or cat the best chance of returning home home safe and sound.
Hundreds of South Australians will rally tomorrow, turning up the heat on politicians who still support inhumane long-haul sheep shipments to the Middle East.
A State Government inquiry to determine how SA can transition from live sheep exports to chilled sheep meat makes sound economic sense, says RSPCA South Australia.