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Concerned by passers are reporting an average of five animals a week to RSPCA South Australia as being at risk because their owners have left them inside a car.
“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."
A shared goal to make a difference in the lives of animals has brought Hamish Hartlett and Amelia Mulcahy together as RSPCA South Australia Ambassadors.
A 43-year-old Parafield Gardens woman has escaped conviction in Elizabeth Magistrates Court, despite pleading guilty to charges of extreme animal neglect.
A Seaford woman faced the Christies Beach Magistrates Court last week on charges relating to the extreme neglect of her one year old Angora cross rabbit.
With just five weeks until Christmas, charities are preparing to help people in financial difficulties – and RSPCA is not forgetting four-legged family members.
Five kittens are lucky to be alive after someone left them inside a closed bin behind a car parked in a driveway in Woodville Gardens this week.
Three separate cases of Canine Parvovirus (CPV) in the Whyalla area have prompted RSPCA South Australia to urge dog owners not to ignore calls to vaccinate.
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.
Animal lovers have a new way to support the rescue and care of animals in need, with RSPCA South Australia opening a new suburban one-stop shop for pets.