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.
Companion Animal Rescues
Follow along as RSPCA inspectors rescue and protect Australian 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.
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.
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.
RSPCA inspector found two underweight dogs and despite instructions from the inspectors, their condition continued to decline over the next several weeks.
Suzy Q is a dog who’s fed two litters of kittens, yes that’s right KITTENS! Suzy Q’s milk supply had long dried up when the first batch of RSPCA foster kittens arrived.