THE RSPCA is appealing for information after a very poorly dog was found in Pembroke.

The Chihuahua was found by a member of the public on the side of the road at Golden Hill, Pembroke, who took him to a nearby veterinary surgery.

RSPCA inspector Keith Hogben said: “The dog is now in our care but we are appealing for information to try and track down the owner.

“This dog may have wandered off but also could have been abandoned…. Continue reading…


It may be a lot nicer than living underground in District 13, but this Katniss lookalike would love a new home in time for Christmas.

To mark the release of the latest Hunger Games film, Mockingjay part 1 this week, our Bluebell Ridge cattery in Hastings have released a photo of their very own Katniss in the hope that someone will volunteer to give home to this beautiful survivor.

Katniss is a black-and-white semi-long haired female of around five-years-old, … Continue reading…


A YouGov survey for Freedom Food, has revealed 19 per cent of parents never bake with their children. A third also admit they never talk to their kids about how the animals that help produce our food are looked after and cared for.

In response, Freedom Food is urging children to take part in its annual Compassionate Cook competition.

Backed by celebrities – Katy Ashworth, presenter of Cbeebies’ ‘I Can Cook,’ Linda Barker, TV presenter and Celebrity MasterChef contestant, … Continue reading…

A FOX that was rescued from an illegal snare in Swansea has been released back into the wild.

RSPCA officers were called to rescue the fox on 7 November after it was found trapped in a self-locking snare set on a fence line at Titanium Road, Fforestfach.

In 1981, the Wildlife and Countryside Act outlawed the self-locking snare which, as a variation on the traditional noose, tightens with a ratchet-like mechanism

The male fox was freed and then taken to … Continue reading…

Young bunnies dumped next to bins

RSPCA appeals for information

The RSPCA is appealing for information after two young rabbits were found dumped in a pet carrier next to bins in Exmouth.


The two bunnies were discovered at 8.30am on Friday 14 November near to the entrance of flats in an alleyway off High Street, next to the Famous Ship pub.  They were inside a bright blue plastic pet carrier.


It is thought that the rabbits may have … Continue reading…