Tiny Lilly's leg was so badly broken that our vets weren't sure it could be saved. Generous donors made sure it could, and Lilly soon found a forever home.
Dumped and abandoned at less than a day old, tiny Lemon survived against all odds. Round-the-clock foster care meant he got the happy ending we hoped for.
Beautiful Spock had an emergency operation on her crushed paw. Thanks to generous donors, she had a second chance at life and has found her forever home.
This adorable kitty had his right eye removed at only 5 weeks old, but his beautiful nature meant his foster parents couldn't resist adopting him for life.
It's been over a year since our shelter welcomed a mumma rabbit with six tiny babies. Inseparable, all seven are now thriving in the happiest forever home.
Little Lucy came into our care with a badly broken leg. Thanks to donors who stepped up to help, Lucy's leg was saved and this pup got a second chance at life.
PHOTO ESSAY: Grace was chained up and starving in her previous owner's Whyalla backyard. Her rescue and rehabilitation story shows how resilient dogs can be.
This 9-year-old pug's obesity meant she risked developing a host of health problems. After extraordinary weight loss, she now loves life in her forever home.
An RSPCA rescue officer made a long-distance mercy dash to collect 12 puppies left in a plastic crate at Whyalla’s council dog and cat centre this week.
Dumped at our shelter on a cold winter's night, this three-legged lady is now living out the rest of her days in a beautiful family home.