When Bindi was seized by an RSPCA inspector, her leg had a malignant tumour so large that it weighed 1kg. This is how our vets saved Bindi – and her leg.
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.
Dumped and abandoned at less than a day old, tiny Lemon survived against all odds. Round-the-clock foster care meant he got the happy ending we hoped for.
“He’s extremely cheeky but also very loving. He’s captured everyone’s hearts! I’m so thankful for the opportunity to make him a part of our family.”
This adorable kitty had his right eye removed at only 5 weeks old, but his beautiful nature meant his foster parents couldn't resist adopting him for life.
It's been over a year since our shelter welcomed a mumma rabbit with six tiny babies. Inseparable, all seven are now thriving in the happiest forever home.
"He’s a big cuddler, he’s amazing with kids and he’s pretty much the centre of my world right now."
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.
One of six puppies abandoned in an Adelaide bin, Tuxon and his siblings were lucky to survive ... all thanks to an RSPCA inspector and a kind foster carer.
VIDEO: "I fell in love with Pierre instantly and was overjoyed when he was brave enough to love me back."