Here's our 2018 mash-up of the most weird and wonderful animal rescues carried out by RSPCA South Australia rescue officers over the past year.
A tiny kitten led four big-hearted men and one equally determined RSPCA rescue officer on a merry chase around Adelaide Airport carpark last Friday.
Hit by a car and likely left for days without treatment, Magneto sadly needed a leg amputation. But several weeks on, his life couldn't be happier!
PHOTO ESSAY: It's been eight years since Mo was found meowing in a roof as a tiny kitten. Follow her rescue story through our photographer Leigh's eyes.
RSPCA rescue officers pulled the trapped cat out of the unlikeliest of places – a kitchen exhaust hood!
When you adopt a senior cat you truly are saving a life … and they will repay your love ten-fold.
VIDEO: Kelly was one of the worst cruelty cases our inspectors had ever seen. Incredibly, the eldery kelpie found a peaceful refuge for her final years of life.
VIDEO: "I fell in love with Pierre instantly and was overjoyed when he was brave enough to love me back."
Each year, our inspectors attend hundreds of animal cruelty and neglect cases. Some of these animals are so special, our inspectors can't help but adopt them!
Here at RSPCA we're used to seeing animals of all sheeps and sizes, but this story really raises the baa!