PHOTO ESSAY: Bear came to us in heartbreaking condition, his face covered in wounds. Here, his adoptive owner reflects on his happy life post-recovery.
Asha arrived in our care severely underweight, with 7 puppies of her own. Millie, the tiniest pup, weighed just 600g. This is how Asha and Millie survived.
With RSPCA's recovery work on Kangaroo Island into its fifth week, volunteer teams are continuing to boost local efforts to feed fire-affected wildlife.
A woman has received a 3-month suspended sentence for leaving 4 cavaliers with severely dreadlocked coats, ear and mouth infections and ingrown nails.
It's common for baby birds to fall out of their nests, but it's not always okay to intervene. Here's what to do if you find a seemingly abandoned baby bird.
Looking for new ways to keep your pup cool during hot weather? Try our 5 simple ice block recipes and keep them entertained and nourished at the same time!
We're becoming increasingly concerned that a “second wave” animal welfare disaster is looming on KI. So we've launched a 3-month Emergency Response Plan.
As a tiny kitten, Smokey was found with a missing paw and needed a leg amputation. After having his treatment funded by generous donors, he's now so loved.
Our Chief Inspector, Andrea Lewis, recently returned from KI where she helped bushfire-affected animals. She wrote this piece after her second day there.
OPINION: Our community rightly expects safeguards to be in place for homeless dogs and cats, but their care deserves proper recurrent financing by councils.