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
McDonald’s to introduce happy deal for Aussie hens
The RSPCA has welcomed the news McDonald’s will be ceasing its use of cage eggs in all restaurants across Australia by the end of 2017.
Australian animals will suffer because of Saudi exemption
RSPCA Australia is strongly urging Minister for Agriculture Barnaby Joyce to reverse his decision to give Saudi Arabia an exemption from the Exporter Supply Chain Assurance System (ESCAS).
Cutting ‘red-tape’ could increase risk for Australian animals exported
The RSPCA is calling for clarification from the Government on its plans to weaken the only regulatory frame work in place aimed at providing basic standards of handling, transport and slaughter for
Cruelty prevention an important choice for consumers
The RSPCA is concerned those criticising Woolworths’ decision to remove all cage eggs from Australian Capital Territory shelves, and nationally by 2018, have lost sight that this important step wil
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