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.
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.
Our team has seen some appalling living conditions in their time. This Northern property, housing 15 starving animals, was one of the very worst.
From cats and dogs to alpacas, an orphaned lamb and even a pig who thought he was a canine – James Bodnick saw it all as an RSPCA volunteer photographer.
As only a small pup, poor Mistletoe required weeks of complex surgery if she were ever going to walk again. Months later, she's loving her active lifestyle!
RSPCA is warning cat owners to avoid animal collars that do not have a quick-release mechanism, after recently treating two severely injured cats in Adelaide.
As a kitten, Helen Keller had a series of life-threatening health problems. Her foster carer nursed her back to health – and then couldn't help but adopt!
Lulu's case is one of our most celebrated. Hers is a story of extreme suffering, intense treatment and recovery, and the healing power of love.