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A popular Adelaide Crows player has signed on as an Ambassador for RSPCA South Australia, pledging to use his voice to help the charity fight animal cruelty.
The discovery of a headless cat has prompted RSPCA to issue a warning to cat owners in the area to keep their animals contained to their properties.
Wildlife trapped in netting is keeping RSPCA South Australia’s team of four rescue officers busy – the team has rescued nine birds and one fox so far this year.
A couple who let their dog to starve to death was today given a 10-month prison sentence (suspended on a good behaviour bond) and ban on owning animals.
A Barossa duo famed for competing in The Block have just been announced as RSPCA South Australia's newest ambassadors.
Native waterbird species about to come under gunfire will feature in a photographic exhibition
celebrating the birdlife of South Australia’s wetlands.
RSPCA South Australia is revealing the behind-the-scenes horror of animal hoarding in a bid to encourage people to keep a closer eye on their neighbours.
A total of 249 animals have now gone to new homes in what is a record for animal adoptions by RSPCA South Australia.
The goal is to rehome as many animals as possible across the country over the three-day adoption promotion.