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Three of Adelaide's most highly respected creative agencies have contributed their expertise to help RSPCA South Australia secure its long-term financial future.
After a 22-year absence, RSPCA’s iconic Million Paws Walk is returning to the site where it began – the Victoria Park Racecourse in Adelaide’s east parklands.
A 22-year-old Munno Para woman was this week found guilty of neglect and failing to mitigate harm to her 4-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross dog.
RSPCA South Australia’s newest ambassador, Adelaide born Hollywood star Teresa Palmer, is helping find homes for animals by promoting the Society’s adopt, don’t shop message in a short video.
A former printing house on Adelaide's west side is the venue chosen for RSPCA South Australia’s Next Top Pet event, set to be held on Sunday March 3.
As temperatures soar across South Australia, RSPCA and the CFS are urging pet owners living in bushfire prone areas to be well across their fire survival plan.
RSPCA South Australia is part of a five-member coalition arguing for an end to duck and quail hunting in South Australia on the grounds of animal cruelty.
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.