“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."
“When I saw him, I thought: ‘Well, he’s had a sad life and I can give him another chance, and also kind of help to heal myself.'"
A man who starved his horse and failed to treat his donkey's serious injuries from an ill-fitting halter has been given a good behaviour bond.
A man who left a cable tie around his 11-month-old dog's muzzle was sentenced to a good behaviour bond in the Mount Gambier Magistrate's Court this morning.
OPINION: RSPCA SA’s proposed legal reforms – if adopted – will represent significant and much needed progress in catching up with interstate legislation.
A woman who failed to seek veterinary care for her dog's large, ulcerated tumour was today given a suspended prison sentence.
"Leaving one dog to starve and freeze to death in a backyard and another to starve, locked up in a filthy room, betrayed these animals and their owner.”
A woman was today given a suspended jail sentence after pleading guilty on charges of failure to take reasonable steps to mitigate harm of an animal.
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.
"It’s a credit to our veterinary team that they were able to save Bindi's leg and life, but this treatment and long recovery could all have been avoided."