The RSPCA is appealing for information after two rabbits in ‘terrible condition’ were dumped on a patch of woodland next to a 60mph road in Sheffield.


The white Lionheads were in a poor state, had faeces clumped around their back ends and one of them had severely overgrown teeth.


They were abandoned on Tuesday morning (28 February) on Woodhead Road, Grenoside.


RSPCA deputy chief inspector Jennie Ronksley said: “Luckily for the rabbits, this is a spot where … Continue reading…

A curious cat which had been missing for four days was rescued by the RSPCA – after getting trapped in the eaves of a house.

The owners of tabby Sparrow were left worried after she did not return home. Meanwhile, their next-door neighbours – unaware that Sparrow was missing – were left bewildered by a cat meowing, but couldn’t figure out where it was coming from.

Believing it might be coming from inside their roof, they went up in the … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after an iguana was abandoned in a box in a Coventry park.

The reptile was collapsed in the box when he was found by a member of the public in Edgwick Park, in Cross Road, on Wednesday (22 February). Due to his collapsed state, it was initially thought that the iguana was dead.

He was collected by RSPCA inspector Georgia McCormick, and is now being cared for at private boarding which specialises in exotic … Continue reading…

An appeal for information has been launched after a Barry cat died on a veterinarian’s recovery table after being shot by an air rifle.

The cat, named Rusty, had the pellet removed by operation on 24 February.

An x-ray scan revealed the pellet in the cat’s back, but – sadly – Rusty did not make it through the recovery stages following surgery.

The cat started to appear unwell approximately two weeks earlier, but had no obvious wounds on her body, … Continue reading…