In February last year, the charity cared for and re-homed two kittens that were put in black bin bags and thrown off a bridge.
Maureen Mountain, from Hawick in the Borders, pleaded guilty to abandoning the kittens and causing them unnecessary suffering. She was banned from keeping animals for five years.
John McGowan, from Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, was jailed for three months and banned from keeping dogs for three years after leaving his Alaskan malamute named Balto alone for two days. Balto was found covered in faeces and urine and with no water available, the charity said.
The Scottish SPCA said Maqsood Asghar was banned from owning animals for life when he was caught keeping 39 pets, including two dogs, a cat, four rabbits, two doves and 12 rats in "cramped and squalid" conditions at his flat in Edinburgh in June.
Richard Bunker, from Dumfries, was given an eight-year ban, also in June, for letting his dog Jess fall below less than half her ideal weight. The emaciated collie-cross has since found a new home.