The RSPCA is appealing for information after three kittens were thrown on the roof of a vets in Warwickshire.

The animal welfare charity was contacted after a member of the public saw a man throwing the kittens on the roof of the building in Margaret Road, in Atherstone, at around 9.30am on Saturday (18 June).

When an RSPCA officer arrived, the kittens – two females and a male – were hiding around an air conditioning unit. They were all successfully … Continue reading…

An RSPCA inspector from South Wales has been presented an award in recognition of special merit and ability.

RSPCA inspector Neill Manley, who covers the Swansea area, was awarded The Anderson-Plumbe Award at the RSPCA Honours ceremony on Saturday (18 June).

The Anderson-Plumbe Award is presented to inspectors in recognition of special merit and ability.

Inspector Manley has served with the RSPCA for 19 years and is an active and long-serving member of the rope rescue team, boat team, the … Continue reading…

Two men who rushed into a burning house and put out a fire saving a pet cat have been rewarded with a bravery award from the RSPCA.

Richard Price and Daryl Webb were driving home through Burry Port, Carmarthenshire, when they spotted flames at the home of Kathryn Hayler.

Richard dialled 999 while Daryl raced into the house after the owner, who had been visiting a neighbour when the blaze started.

The pair managed to evacuate Mrs Hayler (pictured) from … Continue reading…

A missing cat found in Buckinghamshire has been reunited with his owner who lives 250 miles away in BELGIUM –  thanks to his microchip.

Gizmo went missing in August 2015, while temporarily living in High Wycombe with his owner Milene Letertre.

Despite an extensive search, Gizmo could not be located and in November a heartbroken Milene moved back to her home in Silly, Belgium.

But last week, ten months after eight-year-old Gizmo had gone missing, the RSPCA received a call … Continue reading…

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The RSPCA has launched an investigation after an iguana was found abandoned in a local Winchester park last Friday (10 June) with a severely broken leg.

A member of the public found the lizard in the public park on Cromwell Road in the Stanmore area of the town and took him home in a plastic container before the RSPCA came to pick him up.

RSPCA inspector Jan Edwards said: “I noticed straight away that the poor thing was limping and … Continue reading…