The RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat was dumped in a Tesco store in Nottingham city centre.

A man with his hood up walked into the Tesco Metro store in the Victoria Centre at 6.30pm on Saturday 2 January and put the blue carrier containing the cat next to the counter, before walking away.

The black and white female cat – thought to be aged about two – is in good health and is currently in the RSPCA’s … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after four royal pythons were found dead in a stream in Denbigh.

The snakes were discovered by a dog walker on Tuesday (5 January) and were found partly submerged in a stream below a footbridge on a public footpath which begins on Grove Road between Denbigh Police Station and Denbigh Magistrates Court. It is thought they were probably kept as pets and then abandoned.

RSPCA inspector Jenny Anderton said: “Staff at Denbigh Police Station … Continue reading…

A plucky kitten who got her head stuck in an industrial bin drainage hole has been rescued in a joint operation between the RSPCA and West Midlands Fire Service.

The head of the tiny five-week-old kitten was spotted in the car park at Hailes Park Close, Wolverhampton, by a member of the public yesterday morning (Tuesday, 5 January), who immediately rang the RSPCA.

RSPCA inspector Steve Morrall said: “When I arrived, I saw the head of the kitten poking out … Continue reading…

The RSPCA, Redwings Horse Sanctuary and World Horse Welfare,  carried out a joint operation to remove 44 horses from a property in Sussex at the start of December.

The horses had been living wild on the 150 acre property for many years and with three resident stallions, had been breeding excessively in three separate herds. With ample grass and space, there were no welfare concerns for the horses at this time, however, left for several more months, this could have … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after three rabbits – thought to have been dumped – were found at Gnoll Park in Neath.

Sadly one sadly died when the caller – who reported the find to the RSPCA – picked them up on Saturday (2 January).

RSPCA animal welfare officer Paula Milton said: “The two rabbits are both very thin and were lucky a fox didn’t get them.

“Sadly the third rabbit died in the caller’s arms. They were found … Continue reading…