This is the situation that confronted our inspectors in early 2018, when they discovered Rosco – a beautiful 8-year-old Rhodesian Ridgeback.
According to Op Shop Operations Manager Meg Gill, the priority remains on ensuring safety for customers, and the staff and volunteers who manage stores.
These tiny kittens were cruelly separated from their mother and dumped in Port Lincoln. But, kindhearted supporters did what they could to help.
With ongoing health issues, John Lennon hasn't had an easy road. But his luck well and truly changed thanks to a dedicated RSPCA foster carer and volunteer.
Poor Mittens had to endure so much pain in her early months of life. Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, she's now so loved in her new home.
Toffee came to us almost entirely blind, with a chronic case of cat flu making her ongoing needs complex. But, she found the absolute perfect forever home.
"A big thank you to everyone who donated to Misty's surgery. You wouldn't even know she had a bad leg as she now loves to run about so much!"
RSPCA inspectors and rescue officers are at the frontline of animal welfare. We see neglect and abuse far too often.
These three animal lovers help keep our RSPCA op shops running across South Australia, generously giving their time to help raise money for animals in need.