Lots go under the hammer in aid of RSPCA Macclesfield

Flog It! star Adam Partridge will be selling-off lots in aid of RSPCA Macclesfield during a charity auction.

Bidders can take their pick from lots including dog walking sessions, a behind-the-scenes-tour at RSPCA Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre and a painter decorator for the day.

Branch Re-homing Co-ordinator volunteer Carmen Cole said:

“Our RSPCA branch is experiencing a financial crisis and our lovely supporters are clubbing together to provide a fantastic

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Ziggy, the dog shot with a crossbow who warmed the hearts of the public, is on the road to recovery after narrowly escaping with his life.

The two-year-old Staffy was found with the 20 inch carbon fibre bolt going through his head a week ago today (Wednesday, 22 October) in remote woods near Wansford, Peterborough.

It was touch-and-go during the delicate operation to remove the bolt but vets were able to “slowly-slowly”  pull it out. Incredibly, it had deflected … Continue reading…

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The full moon is linked to such things as a rise in crime, disasters, accidents and even werewolves. Now it seems it could also be to blame for an increase in animals abuse, as we release the number of calls we receive on every full moon this year – it shows a marked increase during this phase in the lunar cycle.

We’ve been increasingly overwhelmed with calls in 2014, with a call every 30 seconds received so far this Continue reading…

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An eight-week-old kitten was found in Thorpe Road, Walsall on October 6 at around 10pm by a local family.

They called us, and Inspector Laura Bryant went out to collect the kitten. Due to the time of night, Laura took the kitten into her own home.

Smartie, as she was later named, had cat flu, fleas and suffered from ear mites, but is now almost back to full health and recovering in a foster home. She is also short … Continue reading…

THE RSPCA is looking for the owner of a cat that was found in Cardiff.

The male black and white cat was found yesterday (Wednesday 29 October) by a member of the public at Bryn Y Nant, Llanedeyrn, who contacted the RSPCA.

RSPCA inspector Christine McNeill said the cat had been recently castrated but was not microchipped.

“He has a bite wound on his back left paw, but otherwise he is okay,” she said.

“This cat must belong to somebody … Continue reading…