‘Angel’ hit by air rifle in Brentwood
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a second cat was fatally shot in Essex on 13 May.
Angel, a distinctive white cat with black spots, was shot just eight miles away from where tabby Wilma was killed in Ongar on 1 May.
The four-year-old cat was found after she made her way to her home in London Road, Brentwood. It was at first thought she had been in a road … Continue reading…
The RSPCA was called after a young girl found two kittens left for dead in a sealed cardboard box dumped amongst bin bags in a lane outside St. Martin’s Primary School in Liskeard last week.- the evening before the council’s bin collection day.
The two kittens, both tabby in colour and under the age of one, had been left trapped inside a large taped up cardboard box with air holes and cat meat inside. Both kittens also had distinctive collars … Continue reading…
Tuesday 19 May 2015
Cat’s pelvis shattered by high powered air rifle
Jessie still recovering
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat named Jessie was shot with an air rifle earlier this month.
Five-year-old Jessie’s owners, from Lodge Lane, Gowdall, near Goole, found her in her usual place on the seat of their ride-on mower on 7 May. She hadn’t come home that morning which was unusual, but it was only when they picked Jessie up and … Continue reading…
THE RSPCA is appealing for information after two degus were found abandoned in Cardiff.
The degus were found in a cage in an alleyway at Corporation Road in Grangetown.
A member of the public who discovered the animals contacted the RSPCA last Thursday [14 May].
RSPCA inspector Gemma Black said: “These two degus appear to have been abandoned.
“They were left with provisions inside their cage, but the weather was awful last Thursday and if it wasn’t for the help … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information on a man who kicked his dog in the head ‘like a football’ outside a social club in Darlington.
The man was caught on CCTV delivering the vicious blow on Sunday afternoon (17.5.15), outside The Navy Club, on Northgate.
The RSPCA was contacted after a member of the public tried to intervene when they saw the incident shortly after 1.30pm.
RSPCA inspector Clare Wilson is now appealing for anyone who knows … Continue reading…