RSPCA South Australia condemns any act of cruelty towards animals. Our organisation’s core mission is to prevent the unnecessary suffering of animals. The Government correctly determined that SAPOL ...
RSPCA and AWL have launched a Cat Management Plan for SA. Feeling a little overwhelmed? We've summarised exactly what's in the plan and why – and how this will affect you.
South Australia’s two leading animal welfare organisations have combined forces to address major concerns about the overpopulation and welfare of cats.
CCTV footage has captured the kittens being placed in a garden bed located outside Tunzafun amusement centre at 2pm on Sunday, November 4.
A simple microchip helped bring Ninja, this wandering cat, back to her original home – and her family are thrilled to be reunited.
OPINION: SA's animal shelter workers are bracing for the yearly influx of cats and kittens, but resources are stretching further. Something needs to change.
OPINION: RSPCA SA’s proposed legal reforms – if adopted – will represent significant and much needed progress in catching up with interstate legislation.
RSPCA has given a no-holds-barred look at the horror of animal suffering and death occurring across SA, launching its second annual Combat Cruelty campaign.
The change comes after a 2017 incident, in which a large man pinned a female inspector by her throat against a fence.
To make your life easier, our op shop team have collated a list of what donations we can and can't accept at our seven stores.