August

Consumers ask ALDI to help get hens out of cages

Friday, 28th August 2015
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Thousands of Australian consumers have joined with the RSPCA in urging ALDI Australia to stop contributing to animal cruelty and make a public commitment to end the sale of eggs from hens who live

Two People will be Prosecuted in Conjunction with the Burned Kitten Case

Tuesday, 25th August 2015

UPDATE:

Yesterday, RSPCA ACT Inspectors asked the public for help on another horrific case involving a severely burned kitten that was dumped at the Weston shelter last Thursday night.

RSPCA ACT Inspectors Plea for Information on Severely Burned Kitten

Monday, 24th August 2015

'Frisky Tom' Campaign Aims to Desex 500 Cats in September

Thursday, 20th August 2015

RSPCA ACT has launched its ‘Frisky Tom’ cat desexing campaign today to encourage owners in the ACT and neighbouring communities to desex their frisky felines this September.

Pushing live animals into strong meat markets makes no sense

Monday, 3rd August 2015
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RSPCA Australia is calling on the Government to stop forcing live exports onto Australia’s burgeoning beef markets, and instead concentrate on growing our high welfare, high value beef export trade

Dr Hugh J Wirth AM steps aside as President of RSPCA Victoria

Saturday, 1st August 2015

After a lifetime dedicated to animal welfare and the RSPCA, Dr Hugh J Wirth AM has resigned from his role as President of RSPCA Victoria, a volunteer position he has held for 43 years and will be v