The RSPCA is appealing for information after five dead kittens were found in a child’s backpack dumped behind a row of houses in Nottingham.
The bodies of the black-and-white kittens, who were all thought to be around five weeks old, were found by a woman in Lodgewood Close, in Bulwell, on Monday (3 October).
RSPCA inspector Kristy Ludlam, who is investigating, said: “This is a very sad incident which will no doubt shock people who live in the area. The … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after an eight-week-old pug puppy was dumped by a communal bin in Congleton.
The male dog, who has been named Milo, was found by a passer-by next to some bins in Newbold Court, on Saturday (1 October).
Milo, who was suffering from a skin condition, is now in the RSPCA’s care.
Stephen Wickham, an Animal Welfare Officer for the RSPCA, said: “It is so sad that someone deliberately dumped Milo like this, knowing that … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a magpie and blackbird were shot and killed in the same Burton street within the same two weeks.
The body of the wild bird was found in a garden in Kingsdale Croft, in Stretton, on Tuesday 20 September, with a bullet wound in his body.
A body of a blackbird, which had also been shot, was found in the street earlier this month.
RSPCA inspector Laura Bryant said: “It is obviously very concerning … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is urging pet-owners to be cautious after a cat died from eating slug pellets in Aylesbury.
The owner of the cat believes that her pet ingested the pellets near to her home in Webster Road on Wednesday 21 September. The cat was sadly put to sleep the following day as a result of the poisoning.
RSPCA inspector Lauren Bailey said: “This is a distressing incident which has left the cat’s owner devastated. This may have been a total … Continue reading…
A Llandudno choir has used their vocal chords to help animals in need in their area.
The Harmony Singers of Llandudno recently presented a £500 cheque to RSPCA Bryn-y-Maen Animal Centre deputy manager Mel Kermode and animal centre volunteer Mags Richardson.
Animal centre manager Vicky Williams said: “We were absolutely delighted to be chosen as one of the charities that the Harmony Singers have fundraised for this year.
“We are really grateful for the £500 which will go towards helping … Continue reading…