RSPCA South Australia is part of a five-member coalition arguing for an end to duck and quail hunting in South Australia on the grounds of animal cruelty.
“It's disturbing that SA's premier entertainment facility thinks it’s acceptable to stage this event, despite knowing the scientifically proven negative impact on animals."
Six sharks have already been shot this year, despite little evidence they were responsible for attacks. Here's why we should cultivate, not cull, sharks.
Businesses that fail to respond to their customers and don’t stop buying eggs from cruel battery cage systems risk losing market share, according to RSPCA.
SA's 2018 jumps racing season drew to a close on Saturday – but not before yet another horse suffered a terrible fall that could well cost him his life.
Serious animal welfare concerns expressed by RSPCA over a proposed 150-dog intensive greyhound breeding facility have been ignored by The Rural City of Murray Bridge.
The 2018 SA jumps racing season has claimed its first reported fatality, with a horse dying of a suspected ruptured aorta after falling at a weekend Morphettville race.
Hundreds of South Australians will rally tomorrow, turning up the heat on politicians who still support inhumane long-haul sheep shipments to the Middle East.
A State Government inquiry to determine how SA can transition from live sheep exports to chilled sheep meat makes sound economic sense, says RSPCA South Australia.
Last month, 60 Minutes exposed horrific footage of sheep suffering aboard live export ships. Now that same exporter has another ship enroute to South Australia.