RSPCA calls for significant changes at Tasmanian greyhound racing inquiry
The RSPCA will today appear before the Joint Select Committee Inquiry into Greyhound Racing in Tasmania calling for urgent action to prevent animal cruelty in the Tasmanian greyho
NT Government’s push for safaris a load of croc
RSPCA Australia is dismayed the Northern Territory Government is once again pushing for selling permits to allow trophy hunters to take part in saltwater crocodile safari hunts, after the federal E
RSPCA welcomes shearers push to improve sheep welfare
RSPCA Australia has congratulated the Shearing Contractors’ Association of Australia (SCAA) for their public push calling on the wool industry to implement an anti-mulesing campaign.
Care about hens? Choose RSPCA Approved
In the wake of continued uncertainty around food labelling, particularly regarding free-range eggs, shoppers are being urged to choose RSPCA Approved to be confident they’re getting what they pay f
Horrific cruelty exposed in ESCAS-approved abattoir: when will this stop?
RSPCA Australia is again calling for urgent action to be taken after MORE cruelty in the live export trade is exposed.