Thieves have broken into RSPCA South Australia’s Whyalla premises and stolen thousands of dollars worth of power tools, many of them almost brand new.
From brutal organised dog fighting to heartbreaking instances of neglect, these are the cases that shocked even our most experienced inspectors.
In an Australian first, RSPCA South Australia has thrown open its animal cruelty case files, giving an all-access look at the horror of animal suffering in SA.
Here at RSPCA we're used to seeing animals of all sheeps and sizes, but this story really raises the baa!
In 2008, Leigh Hyland started snapping stunning photos of our shelter animals – beginning a pivotal volunteer photographer program at RSPCA South Australia.
They love to run and explore, go on beach adventures and even chase seagulls! These two dogs don’t any eyes, but being blind certainly doesn't slow them down.
Eydie arrived at RSPCA amid a January heatwave, in so much pain with hundreds of grass seeds embedded in her matted coat. Now, she couldn’t be happier!
It's only thanks to our 150 amazing vollies that we can run our six Adelaide op shops, raising funds for animals in need. Here's why they love volunteering...
“This is a result of a lifetime of neglect. I can’t believe that someone can leave an animal who is clearly in excruciating pain and distress.”
A young rabbit found last month in a shopping bag left in a toilet cubicle at Adelaide airport is now enjoying life with his new family at Encounter Bay.