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A young rabbit found last month in a shopping bag left in a toilet cubicle at Adelaide airport is now enjoying life with his new family at Encounter Bay.
A major commercial space in the western suburbs will soon become Australia’s first Op Shop Superstore solely dedicated to raising funds for animals in need.
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.
For three days, beginning this Friday, July 20 and ending Sunday, July 22, RSPCA South Australia will host its first ever BIG Cat Adopt-Out from its Stepney offices.
With less than a week to go before new dog and cat laws take effect, RSPCA South Australia has announced an initiative to help pet owners comply.
A bag left inside Adelaide Airport’s toilets last night caused a security scare, with police calling in the bomb squad to investigate – only to find an abandoned rabbit.
RSPCA South Australia is seeking assistance from the public after two burnt chickens were found at Kidman Park skate park yesterday afternoon.