The RSPCA is on standby to help any owners whose homes have been, or are being, evacuated in Camden over the coming days.

 

An officer was in the area all day yesterday (SAT) working with Camden Council’s animal welfare team to collect details of all of those who may need assistance, and is keeping in close contact with the council today.

 

A register was opened up at Swiss Cottage Leisure Centre, which is one of the locations providing … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is reassuring owners whose homes have been, or are being, evacuated in Camden that help is available to care for their pets, should they need it.

An officer has been in the area all day working with Camden Council’s animal welfare team to collect details of all of those who may need assistance.

A register has been opened up at Swiss Cottage Leisure Centre, which is one of the locations providing emergency accommodation, and anyone who needs our … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is offering assistance to the owners of animals affected by the tower block evacuations in Camden last night.

We have been in touch with Camden Council this morning and are headed to the area now.

A register is going to be opened up at Swiss Cottage Leisure Centre, which is one of the locations providing emergency accommodation, and anyone who needs our help can also call us on 0300 1234 999.

RSPCA animal collection officer (ACO) Zenon Brown … Continue reading…

A Wrexham woman has been banned from keeping animals for life after admitting offences against four dogs, two cats and four kittens.

Ms Adele Ankers (d.o.b 13/12/1977), of Heol Maelor, Coedpoeth, pleaded guilty to Animal Welfare Act offences, concerning two German Shepherds, two terrier dogs, two cats and four kittens.

Ankers’ neglect resulted in four of the animals suffering unnecessarily – two German Shepherds, named Bonny and Lennon; and two terriers, named Marley and Marvin. She also admitted failing to … Continue reading…

A Wrexham pair have today (22 June) been banned from keeping animals for life, after admitting causing unnecessary suffering to a Golden Retriever.

Leslie Gordon Jones (d.o.b 28/06/1973) and Vanessa Nicola Rogers (d.o.b 17/09/1976), both of Maes Y Nant, Penycae, had pleaded guilty to two Animal Welfare Act offences, related to the treatment of the dog, named Keano.

RSPCA Cymru took action after the dog was seen looking in a very poor state.

Veterinary inspection confirmed Keano had a chronic … Continue reading…