A missing moggy in Beaconsfield who was discovered back on his old stomping ground has been reunited with his delighted owners by the RSPCA.
Barney the cat is now back home after he had wandered one-and-a-half miles from his family’s new address to their old one.
He was reunited with owner Cheryl Hilton after the RSPCA traced her thanks to the details stored on Barney’s microchip.
Mrs Hilton said her family were distraught after eight-year-old black cat Barney (pictured) went … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a poorly duck, believed to be an owned domestic duck, was abandoned at a lake at the JCB headquarters in Staffordshire.
The RSPCA were contacted by a concerned member of the public on Monday last week (2 January) after spotting the poorly duck at one of the lakes at the construction company’s world headquarters in Rocester.
Nearby was a box which had previously been taped shut, with feathers inside.
An RSPCA spokesperson said: … Continue reading…
A swan was rescued by the RSPCA after he crash landed in a building site – and got himself wedged behind a brick wall.
The swan was completely stuck when RSPCA Animal Collection Officer (ACO) Cara Gibbon arrived at the site in Dovedale Road, Birmingham, on Wednesday afternoon (4 January).
ACO Gibbon said: “With the help of the builders, we had to remove each brick block by block as there was no other way to get him out. He was … Continue reading…
RSPCA Cymru is urgently appealing for witnesses after reports of a Wrexham cat being beaten, and run over by a motor bike, until he lost his life.
The poor feline – named Jinxy – was found dead and sporting horrendous injuries, following a suspected incident on Glaslyn in the Acrefair area of the town.
Reports about the cat were made to the RSPCA on Friday 6 January, with the incident believed to have taken place two days earlier.
The RSPCA … Continue reading…
A Leicester woman has been disqualified from keeping dogs for a year after admitting to not caring for her dog properly, leading him to become underweight.
German Shepherd-cross Chase was also living in a room of the house with faeces on the floor and was clearly underweight when he was rescued by the RSPCA on 16 September last year.
On Wednesday (4 January), his former owner Georgina Inglis (DOB 18/11/1975), of Thurcroft Close, Leicester, appeared at Leicester Magistrates’ Court, where … Continue reading…