What have Rspca achieved?

What have Rspca achieved?

found new homes for 39,178 animals. carried out 218,939 microchippings, neuterings and treatments. took in over 17,500 animals to our wildlife centres. investigated more than 93,362 complaints of alleged cruelty.

How did Rspca influence Australian society?

Since its initial movement in 1871, the RSPCA has fought relentlessly against animal cruelty. It has witnessed dramatic and positive change in the way that animals are treated within our society and has seen incremental change in legislation governing animal welfare.

What is the aim of Rspca?

We’re the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) and we’ve been here for animals since 1824. We’re the world’s oldest and largest animal welfare charity, with the primary focus of rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming or releasing animals across England and Wales.

How does Rspca encourage good farming practices?

And finally, established in 1996, the RSPCA Approved Farming Scheme improves the welfare of Australia’s farm animals by working with licensed producers to farm to higher welfare standards, and working with brands to make higher welfare products available to consumers.

What do RSPCA do to help?

How we work:

  • Raise awareness of wild animal welfare issues.
  • Provide wildlife information and advice.
  • Work with, and try to influence, those who make policy decisions about wild animal welfare.
  • Rescue and rehabilitate orphaned/injured wild animals at our wildlife centres and conduct research to improve our level of care.

Why do the Rspca protect the wildlife?

Our concern for wild animals is based on how they are treated and whether humans cause unnecessary suffering – rather than how many of a species there are. This means our focus is on animal welfare rather than conservation of endangered species, although the two can overlap.

What animals do RSPCA help?


  • Dogs.
  • Cats.
  • Rabbits.
  • Horses.
  • Rodents.
  • Exotic pets.
  • Find or call a vet.