Stop flogging tired horses – it’s time for whip-free racing
As Australians face the harsh reality of the price some horses pay for our entertainment, RSPCA Australia is calling for an end to the use of whips in racing.
Tragedy at Melbourne Cup
We understand that in today’s Melbourne Cup, the favourite, Admire Rakti, collapsed and died and that Araldo was also seriously injured soon after the race.
Significant cruelty suffered by Australian animals in lead up to 2011 live export suspension
Cruelty exposed by Four Corners in 2011 horrified Australian farmers and the broader community, but shockingly, th
Live export industry cries crocodile tears in response to cruelty in Gaza
RSPCA Australia is demanding immediate action by the federal government following the release of shocking images of Australian animals suffering in the Middle East shown on ABC’s Lateline
Thousands demand an end to animal testing in cosmetics
More than 100,000 emails have been sent from Australians as they join the global push demanding cosmetics companies end animal testing once and for all.
Subway makes cage-free commitment
The RSPCA applauds Subway Australia’s announcement to switch to cage-free eggs across its Australian stores in the next 12 to 18 months, it’s the second major quick service restaurant to make such