24 August 2017
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It has been a horrendous 48 hours for animals around Western Australia, with concerned members of the community reporting four severe cases of cruelty and neglect around the state to RSPCA WA.
In addition to the sad case of Jack, the dog burnt in Geraldton earlier this week, in the last 48 hours Inspectors have had to attend to:
A puppy bashing south of Perth
An emaciated, injured foal in Bunbury
A cat suffering from extreme neglect in Mandurah
A badly neglected dog with a severe skin condition in Perth’s northeast
23 August 2017
RSPCA WA is sad to advise that Jack, the small dog who was rescued in Geraldton on Tuesday after suffering horrendous burns, has succumbed to his injuries.
22 August 2017
RSPCA WA is calling for information relating to a burnt dog in Geraldton overnight.
17 August 2017
In just one day, RSPCA WA Inspectors rescued 39 animals in just two investigations in Perth’s northern suburbs and Collie. The two cases are not related, but demonstrate the challenges faced by RSPCA Inspectors every day.
09 August 2017
The RSPCA acknowledges that, in certain circumstances, it is necessary to manage populations of wild animals or invasive species for a number of reasons, including for the protection and conservation of native wildlife.
When undertaken, the RSPCA believes management activities must use methods that are humane, target-specific, and effective; to reduce suffering and to mitigate the risk to non-target animals.