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."
This week’s warmer weather has coincided with a sudden upsurge in unwanted kittens, stretching RSPCA South Australia’s cat care team to its limits.
With warmer weather comes kitten season. Help our foster carers look after thousands of mother cats and neonatal kittens by donating much-needed items.
Imagine being so hungry that you can barely move. Weak and aching with every movement, pleading to those around you for help. This was Charlie’s existence.
“We thought we were giving him somewhere to be comfortable for the rest of his days, we didn't realise he was a determined boy and would keep going."
Eydie arrived at RSPCA amid a January heatwave, in so much pain with hundreds of grass seeds embedded in her matted coat. Now, she couldn’t be happier!
They freely give countless hours to help South Australia's most vulnerable animals. This National Volunteer Week, let's honour our volunteer hero class of 2018!
With kitten season fast approaching, RSPCA is on the lookout for families to join our foster care program and give our furry friends a helping hand.