RSPCA was alerted to the case when a person attended the property intending to buy a kitten – and discovered a house strewn with faeces and rubbish.
VIDEO: Kelly was one of the worst cruelty cases our inspectors had ever seen. Incredibly, the eldery kelpie found a peaceful refuge for her final years of life.
A 43-year-old Parafield Gardens woman has escaped conviction in Elizabeth Magistrates Court, despite pleading guilty to charges of extreme animal neglect.
Red heeler Axel was surprisingly affectionate when found by RSPCA Inspector Verity, even though he was in unbearable pain – because his tail had been ripped off.
A Seaford woman faced the Christies Beach Magistrates Court last week on charges relating to the extreme neglect of her one year old Angora cross rabbit.
When Inspector Shelly first attended a Paralowie house last year, she found number of terribly thin cats. Even worse: a kitten with a severe eye injury.
Woody was in horrific condition when seized by RSPCA inspectors in June 2016. He's since has thrived with proper care – and is now available for adoption!
VIDEO: Cooper was horrifically thin when seized by Inspector Shelly in December 2017. Just look at him now!
Each year, our inspectors attend hundreds of animal cruelty and neglect cases. Some of these animals are so special, our inspectors can't help but adopt them!
Imagine being so hungry that you can barely move. Weak and aching with every movement, pleading to those around you for help. This was Charlie’s existence.