• Gemma recovering at the RSPCA

  • Magic looking much better at the RSPCA

Gemma and Magic were two horses that came into RSPCA Queensland care in September 2014 via our RSPCA Inspectorate. They were emaciated, unloved, and desperate for help. 

It was a long road to recovery for both horses. Finally in June 2015, after almost a 300 day wait, Gemma and Magic were adopted together! Despite their time in care hoping for a second chance, we think it was well worth their wait. See just how far they have come in our video:

In October 2015, their original owner pled guilty for 6 counts of breaching his duty of care under the Animal Care and Protection Act 2001 by failing to provide appropriate food, and treatment for their emaciated state. Their previous owner was fined $7,000 and court and professional costs, and is prohibited from owning horses for 3 years.

If you’d like to continue to help us help animals like Gemma and Magic please choose to adopt a pet, donate to the RSPCA , volunteer at the RSPCA or become a foster carer. With 99% of our funding coming from generous donors, it’s thanks to kind and compassionate people that we can continue to offer our life saving services to animals in need.