Observer reports still paint a grim picture of animal welfare in live export
This week’s release of departmental observers’ reports from live export ships – the first release since the start of the pandemic – are further proof of the problems with this cruel, disaster-plagu
Statement on the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Australia’s Royal Societies for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCAs) today express their sadness following the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
RSPCA celebrates historic battery cage phase out
The RSPCA has welcomed today’s announcement that Australia will finally phase out barren battery cages – a historic move that will improve the lives of millions of layer hens.
All parties urged to stand up for animals this federal election
The RSPCA is pleased to see animal welfare on the agenda this federal election and commends those parties and candidates that have committed to improving animal welfare.
Terrifying and cruel: more evidence for a ban on calf roping
A new paper published in an international journal highlights the need for greater legal protection for calves in rode
47,198 lives changed - and counting! - thanks to Petbarn
The RSPCA and Petbarn have celebrated 10 years of working together — a partnership that has helped tens of thousands of animals find homes through Petbarn stores.
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