A blind cocker spaniel that spent five years in a cage before being rescued from a puppy farm has had her sight restored, thanks to big-hearted dog lovers.
Follow along as RSPCA inspectors rescue and protect Australian farm and companion animals.
RSPCA inspectors attended a property in Gippsland at the request of Local Laws Officers to remove a number of Curly-coated Retrievers and German Short-haired Pointers.
The defendant, and owner, of this dog faced six charges of cruelty after it was discovered that he had been cruel to his dog.
An RSPCA inspector attended a property in Melbourne in response to a complaint by a neighbour of a skinny dog. On arrival, he found a brown Kelpie in very poor condition.
A pet owner cried tears of joy when she was reunited with her dog after he was stolen from her car and left to die in dense bushland.
In February 2007, a complaint was made after three downer cattle were seen on an Angus beef property near the Victorian town of Colac.
RSPCA was called out to investigate a report of a badly neglected pony. Inspector Bode attended the scene where there was a female Shetland pony with severely overgrown hooves.
The RSPCA inspectorate received a call from workers at a site where a 10 week old little black & white kitten had its head stuck in a drainage hole of a large steel bin.
RSPCA Inspector Kirsten Hughes received a call concerning a horse stuck in a well at a property in Korweinguboora, a small town between Ballan and Daylesford.
Nanook was brought to the RSPCA by an inspector in August 2002. The vet who assessed him on admission said he was in “extremely poor condition and was weak.