Nearly half of 2000 animals that came into RSPCA WA’s care in 2021 were seized by, or surrendered to, inspectors as a result of their investigations. The case was being prosecuted by the RSPCA, who were first made aware of the dogs after police visited the property in 2021.
The issuing of licences was revealed in a High Court case brought by animal rights campaigners.
The case was being prosecuted by the RSPCA, who were first made aware of the dogs after police visited the property in 2021.
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Phil Brown, prosecuting, said American Bully dogs were a popular breed. . You can read how the animals were rehabilitated from their physical and mental suffering and went on to enjoy their.
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. RSPCA is set to hand over its role in bringing animal cruelty cases to court to the CPS so it can focus on 'frontline work' after criticism over its.
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A man has appeared in court following an RSPCA investigation after he was filmed repeatedly beating a pony with a plastic pole. In addition to investigating cruelty, RSPCA Inspectors spend a significant portion of their time preparing animal cruelty cases and attending court. A woman whose arm had to be amputated after she was attacked by a dog she fostered from the RSPCA is taking High Court legal action against the charity.
The RSPCA has officially dropped their prosecution of a Cowes woman more than a year after 65 chihuahua dogs were seized by Police, with COVID-19 being blamed. In the Port Adelaide Magistrates court yesterday, the older defendant pleaded guilty to all seven counts of ill-treatment relating to the six horses. . . .
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When an animal is seized by our Inspectors due to a welfare concern, if an owner refuses to surrender that pet’s ownership to the RSPCA, this means animals can stay in the RSPCA’s care for months and even years while the matter is taken to court.