This is the situation that confronted our inspectors in early 2018, when they discovered Rosco – a beautiful 8-year-old Rhodesian Ridgeback.
RSPCA inspectors and rescue officers are at the frontline of animal welfare. We see neglect and abuse far too often.
A woman has this week been sentenced for three charges of animal ill-treatment, relating to her two dogs that she left in emaciated condition.
PHOTO ESSAY: Bear came to us in heartbreaking condition, his face covered in wounds. Here, his adoptive owner reflects on his happy life post-recovery.
A woman has received a 3-month suspended sentence for leaving 4 cavaliers with severely dreadlocked coats, ear and mouth infections and ingrown nails.
Words come from the heart – especially when we're talking about rescued animals. Here are our 16 favourite quotes of 2019.
This Mastiff cross had a large, malignant and ulcerated tumour on his hind legs left to grow to such an extent that he was unable to be saved.
Two defendants who left 100 animals in squalid and cramped living conditions with inadequate food and water were today sentenced to a term of imprisonment.
“It’s never alright to abandon an animal or to ignore its need for vet care, and we urge people to always seek help early so their animal does not suffer."
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 ...