Crippled ducks and orphaned ducklings are the ugly and unsurprising legacy of South Australia’s duck hunting season, which ends this Sunday.
Over 1,000 chicks are used in classrooms in Australia each year. Find out why it's cruel and what happens to them once the experiment is over.
Keen to dine out but worried about the impact on animals? Use our RSPCA Choose Wisely website to find humanely sourced food across Adelaide and beyond.
Native waterbird species about to come under gunfire will feature in a photographic exhibition celebrating the birdlife of South Australia’s wetlands.
Have you seen animal abuse online? We have. What should you do if you see something? Find out how we use social media to combat animal cruelty online.
Australia must follow New Zealand and ban the cruel practice of mulesing. But what is mulesing and how are the brands you’re buying helping or hindering?
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.