05 October 2016
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.
26 May 2016
On Wednesday 8 June, RSPCA WA will host a free Community Action Day at Charlottes Vineyard Pavilion in Ellenbrook for local residents who are interested in animal welfare.
04 May 2016
RSPCA WA Community Action Days are free events where local communities can get together to meet RSPCA Inspectors, local Rangers, local vets, animal rescue organisations and dog trainers.
Through these events, we aim to show people how to be a responsible pet owner and that includes providing information about common problems like fleas, worms, ticks, fly bitten ears, mange, shelter, food and water. We work with rangers to explain pet registrations and local council laws, and there are vets available to give free advice and check-ups.
11 April 2016
A black female cat by the name of Mushu and owned by a family in Hamilton Hill, was spotted wandering in the suburb of Hamersley last week and was handed into RSPCA WA’s Animal Care Centre in Malaga.
22 March 2016
The Easter holidays may be known for chocolate eggs, hot cross buns and sweet treats, but RSPCA WA is warning these sugary delights can be dangerous to your pet’s health.
04 March 2016
Despite his young age, seven-year-old Spencer Parrott is a seasoned animal welfare campaigner – and now he’s being recognized as Perth’s first ever RSPCA WA Junior Ambassador.
25 February 2016
On March 3, RSPCA WA will host a free Community Action Day in Gosnells for local residents keen to learn more about animal welfare.
23 February 2016
Through Community Action Days, RSPCA WA aims to share information and provide help to members of the public with common problems like fleas, worms, ticks, fly bitten ears, mange and understanding basic requirements for shelter and nutritional needs. People can also talk to inspectors about concerns of cruelty in their local area.
08 February 2016
Hobby farmers, small landholders including owners of chickens, sheep, cattle, horses and goats and livestock producers, are urged to check water quantity and quality during this week’s heat wave. Generally, healthy livestock may tolerate a range of temperatures. However, during periods of extreme heat they require added care from shade, shelter and plenty of clean water to stay healthy.
04 February 2016
The RSPCA WA would like to remind pet owners of their responsibility and accountability towards their animals during what is anticipated to be a low to severe heat wave along the west coast of Western Australia this weekend. More information can be obtained from the Bureau of Meteorology.