Appeal for information

13.09.13

The prickly mammal was found by a member of the public in a garden in Wolverhampton with a wooden pole pushed all the way through him.

We were called and the hedgehog was taken to Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre in Cheshire where a vet found so much damage had been done that he sadly had to be put to sleep.

RSPCA Inspector Vicky Taylor said:

This was a really gruesome case and definitely deliberate. It turned

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The RSPCA is appealing for information about a much loved cat  who died after being shot in Mountain Ash, Rhondda Cynon Taf – the third incident of its kind in the same street.

On Sunday (September 8th) Cheryl Jones’ black and white, female cat called Splash returned home to Railway Terrace, bleeding, dragging herself and making a crying noise.

Ms Jones initially thought Splash had been in a fight and made her comfortable in the living room, but sadly she … Continue reading…

10.09.13

We are teaming up with The Daily Mirror to launch the first Animal Hero Awards, culminating in a spectacular awards evening in London.

Today marks the launch of a nationwide search to find Britain’s bravest Animal Hero, most remarkable Animal Carer and other unsung heroes of the human and animal world.

The awards event takes place on Thursday 28 November, hosted by Amanda Holden. It aims to celebrate the heart-warming tales of courageous pets or those that have overcome … Continue reading…

A female Shar Pei dog has been rescued from a ditch in Cottingham, East Yorkshire by two RSPCA inspectors.

 

A dog walker spotted her stuck down the ditch on Middledyke Lane last Wednesday (4 September 2013) and called the RSPCA. She’s now been named ‘Wendy’ after the member of the public.

 

RSPCA inspectors Sarah Kenward and Hannah Bryer attended. Inspector Bryer said: “We’re very grateful to the lady who found her and called for help.

 

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10.09.13

A petition calling on the government to put a stop to the pilot badger cull climbed to 300,000 in the two weeks since the first animal was shot.

There has been a marked rise in the number of people signing the number 10 e-petition since the pilot culls began in areas of Somerset and Gloucestershire.

It had already become the biggest ever petition on the government’s website in July when it passed 258,000 signatures. Now more than 40,000 extra … Continue reading…