“Cats do not understand council borders, and we currently have about one third of councils with cat by-laws that are completely different."
RSPCA inspectors and rescue officers are at the frontline of animal welfare. We see neglect and abuse far too often.
Three puppies dumped in a Whyalla alleyway illustrate why RSPCA PetVille and its new online store is the perfect place to purchase pet supplies.
With the COVID-19 pandemic gripping the world, it's so important we don't forget about animals. Here's what you can do right now.
See the first images and footage captured by motion-activated cameras at 62 feeding stations set up across KI by volunteers in the wake of the bushfires.
RSPCA South Australia's 2020 Clear the Shelters event saw an incredible 403 animals adopted over just 3 days, including one particularly special kitty.
With RSPCA's recovery work on Kangaroo Island into its fifth week, volunteer teams are continuing to boost local efforts to feed fire-affected wildlife.
We're becoming increasingly concerned that a “second wave” animal welfare disaster is looming on KI. So we've launched a 3-month Emergency Response Plan.
Our Chief Inspector, Andrea Lewis, recently returned from KI where she helped bushfire-affected animals. She wrote this piece after her second day there.
OPINION: Our community rightly expects safeguards to be in place for homeless dogs and cats, but their care deserves proper recurrent financing by councils.