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MAN CONVICTED FOR STARVING HIS RABBITS

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RSPCA WA is calling out to remind pet owners about the responsibility of caring for all creatures great and small after an Orelia man was today fined $12,000 for severely neglecting his pet rabbits that resulted in three of the animals dying.

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SWEET DAY TO COME FOR THREE-LEGGED DOG

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RSPCA is seeking an understanding family who is willing to give a lot of love and spend some quality time with a very special dog.

Bobbi, a young Staffordshire terrier cross, came to the RSPCA in March this year after she was allegedly bashed by her owner.

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JUSTICE IN JUNE FOR THE ANIMALS

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As you may have seen in the news, RSPCA WA has had an unprecedented number of prosecutions in June with eight successful convictions for animal cruelty.

It is thanks to our supporters that this month we have seen some justice for the animals.

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WOMAN FINED AND BANNED FOR SEVERE DOG NEGLECT

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A Boulder woman who failed to take her 14-year-old dog to the vet since it was a young dog was today fined $5000 and banned from having contact with any animal for 10 years in Kalgoorlie Magistrates Court.

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WOMAN FINED AND BANNED FOR SEVERELY NEGLECTING DOG

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A Camillo woman was today fined $5000 and was prohibited from having contact with any animal for a period of five years after being found guilty of animal cruelty in Armadale Magistrates Court. She was also ordered to pay the RSPCA more than $1000 in costs.

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Adopt A Pet is a list of all animals available for adoption at RSPCA shelters throughout Australia. All animals on Adopt A Pet have been health checked and temperament tested by expert RSPCA staff.

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Backyard Dog Breeding

RSPCA President, Lynne Bradshaw speaks about choosing a puppy, and the dangers of buying puppies from places like pet shops, that may have been bred by Backyard Breeders or on Puppy Farms, such as dogs with chronic ill health and in constant pain.

 

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