15 October 2015
In co-operation with RSPCA officers, in February 2015, RWWA Stewards and Investigators launched an extensive investigation into WA’s Greyhound Industry code named Operation QUATRO. This operation was targeted towards identifying or investigating any matters relating to live baiting and the training of greyhounds in Western Australia.
10 June 2015
In the wake of continued uncertainty around food labelling, particularly regarding free-range eggs, shoppers are being urged to choose RSPCA Approved to be confident they’re getting what they pay for.
09 June 2015
RSPCA Australia is again calling for urgent action to be taken after MORE cruelty in the live export trade is exposed.
29 April 2015
The State Government is currently considering a recommendation from the Standing Committee on Public Administration to allow a two year trial of recreational hunting on public land in WA.
24 April 2015
Every year abused, abandoned and surrendered cats and kittens depend on RSPCA WA for protection, rehabilitation and that vital second chance.
11 March 2015
Despite more than two years having elapsed since ESCAS was required in Vietnam, the industry has admitted that exported animals are still at risk of horrific cruelty.
27 February 2015
RSPCA WA Chief Inspector Amanda Swift said a reward of up to $10,000 is being offered for key information on live baiting that leads to a successful animal cruelty prosecution.
26 February 2015
Most West Australians don’t have to travel far to enjoy our wonderful forests and, on the way, they will pass through some of the most productive farmland you can find anywhere in Australia.
23 February 2015
RSPCA Australia is appalled at the Government’s latest ploy to mislead the Australian public by stripping bare its reports into breaches of the Exporter Supply Chain Assurance System (ESCAS).