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‘CHECK MEOWT’: ADOPTION FEES REDUCED TO $49 TO HELP CATS FIND NEW HOMES

03 March 2017

‘CHECK MEOWT’: ADOPTION FEES REDUCED TO $49 TO HELP CATS FIND NEW HOMES

RSPCA WA is reducing adoption fees for all adult cats between Saturday 4th and Sunday 12th March to help them get out of the cattery and into a loving new home.

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Animal Welfare Matters in the 2017 WA State Election

01 February 2017

Animal Welfare Matters in the 2017 WA State Election

Most West Australians care about the welfare of animals. Independent public opinion surveys have proven this many times.

And, here at RSPCA WA, we know that over 80% of WA people say our work is integral to the welfare of animals throughout the State.

You value animal welfare and the role of our organisation in caring for animals in need and it’s vitally important that all political candidates contesting the WA State election on 11 March 2017 also know that you care.

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NEW FUNDING PLEDGE A LIFELINE FOR MANY ANIMALS IN NEED

21 January 2017

NEW FUNDING PLEDGE A LIFELINE FOR MANY ANIMALS IN NEED

A Liberal Party election commitment for additional funding for RSPCA WA will be a lifeline for an ever increasing number of homeless animals throughout the State.

WA President, Lynne Bradshaw, said RSPCA WA took in more than 400 animals in December 2016 alone.

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RSPCA welcomes whip ban in harness racing

10 December 2016

RSPCA welcomes whip ban in harness racing

The RSPCA has today welcomed the landmark decision by Harness Racing Australia to ban the use of the whip in racing from 1 September 2017.

RSPCA Australia CEO Heather Neil said the removal of whips from harness racing will go a long way towards protecting harness racing horses from unnecessary and unjustified pain and distress.

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Billboard Battery to End Layer Cages

05 October 2016

Billboard Battery to End Layer Cages

RSPCA Australia has today stepped up its call to end the battery cage, with the launch of a prominent national billboard campaign.

Concerned about public awareness of the more than 11 million layer hens still suffering in battery cages in Australia, the RSPCA says a disappointing response from the egg industry so far has led it to take bold action beyond the organisation’s more traditional methods of communication.

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RSPCA NSW APPLAUDS GOVERNMENT DECISION TO SHUT DOWN GREYHOUND RACING

24 August 2016

RSPCA NSW APPLAUDS GOVERNMENT DECISION TO SHUT DOWN GREYHOUND RACING

RSPCA NSW regards the NSW Government’s decision to shut down the Greyhound racing industry in New South Wales as a tremendous outcome in the interests of animal welfare, and hopes other states and territories will follow suit.

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Greyhound racing end in NSW spares many animals from a cruel fate

15 July 2016

Greyhound racing end in NSW spares many animals from a cruel fate

RSPCA WA congratulates the NSW State Government on the decision announced on 7 July to end greyhound racing by mid-2017.

This outcome was inevitable in light of widespread abuse of greyhounds and appalling cruelty to small animals including possums, rabbits and piglets used as live bait in training sessions.

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ARE YOU LOOKING FOR LASTING LOVE THIS LONG WEEKEND?

26 May 2016

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR LASTING LOVE THIS LONG WEEKEND?

RSPCA WA is launching its ‘Lasting Love’ promotion over the WA Day long weekend, which will see all of its long term residents available for adoption at half the usual price.

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Finding homes for furry felines a labour of love for RSPCA WA this weekend

02 March 2016

Finding homes for furry felines a labour of love for RSPCA WA this weekend

With a large variety of friendly felines looking for their forever home, RSPCA WA is launching a ‘Labour of Love’ campaign this coming Labour Day long weekend to find homes for as many cats as possible.

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'Free range’ needs to mean more than just space for Aussie hens

27 October 2015

'Free range’ needs to mean more than just space for Aussie hens

RSPCA Australia is calling on the Australian Government to ensure the new national standard for free-range egg labelling actually means higher welfare for the hen.

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