2020

Disappointing live export outcome reveals cruel and inconvenient truth

Thursday, 2nd April 2020

While deeply disappointed in the latest live export regulatory outcome, the RSPCA says the result validates its opposition to live animal exports and will not prevent the ultimate demise of

RSPCA urgently seeks clarity of animal care under ‘reasonable excuse’ provisions

Wednesday, 1st April 2020

The RSPCA has urged federal and state governments to explicitly state nationally-consistent permission for people to care for animals based away from their premises, under any COVID-19 move

National Wool Declaration review leaves animal welfare and consumer choice behind

Tuesday, 31st March 2020

The RSPCA has today expressed its disappointment in the outcome of the National Wool Declaration review, saying it leaves wool-buying customers and consumers in the dark about industry prac

RSPCA seeking clarity on definition of essential services

Thursday, 26th March 2020

The RSPCA has today written to Health Minister Greg Hunt and other public health officials seeking urgent confirmation that vital animal care and protection services will be able to continu

RSPCA launches Million Paws Walk: Walk This May

Friday, 20th March 2020

The RSPCA has adapted their much-loved national dog walking event by launching Million Paws Walk: Walk This May.

Australia slips further down international animal welfare ranking with ‘D’ scorecard

Thursday, 12th March 2020

The RSPCA is disheartened, yet sadly unsurprised, at revelations this week that Australia has fallen to an embarrassing ‘D’ ranking in