A wildlife photographer has caught the heartwarming moment two reunited swans made a love-heart shape with their necks after two months apart while one recovered in the RSPCA’s care.

The photo was snapped on Saturday (15 June) by Ian Sheridan, who was watching RSPCA Animal Collection Officer Dave Hollinshead release the male swan (‘cob’) at Doxey Marshes, in Stafford.

Two months earlier, the swan had been rescued by the RSPCA after suffering a foot injury. He was taken to the … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a nervous corgi was tied up and abandoned outside a vets in Birmingham.

The male dog was found by a member of the public outside Fivelands Vets, in Church Road, Yardley, at around 10.50pm on the evening of Friday, 7 July.

Shortly before finding the dog, the member of the public saw two white Citroen vans hanging around the area, one with two males inside and the other with one male inside.

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The RSPCA is appealing for information after a young dog was found at night wandering alone on a main road in Cottenham on Sunday, 9 July.

 

The female dog, thought to be less than a year old was spotted by a concerned member of the public, who collected her and took her home.

The caller then gave the youngster a medicated bath and contacted the RSPCA who collected her the next morning.

RSPCA Inspector Jon Knight who collected the … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after a black and white kitten was found alive in a plain blue carrier bag in a children’s playground on Vere Street, Barry.

The 10-week old kitten was discovered by a member of the public who found the kitten on Sunday night at around 11.30pm. Anyone who may have information about this kitten or who knows who the owner is should contact the RSPCA inspectorate appeal line on 0300 123 8018. Calls are treated … Continue reading…

A rabbit and her five babies are recovering after they were rescued from a building site in Warwickshire.

The RSPCA was contacted by builders after spotting the nursing mum at a development site in Church Walk, Atherstone, on Monday last week (10 July).

Animal Collection Officer Cara Gibbon, who attended to pick up the rabbits, said: “The mum had managed to bury herself underneath some woodwork which was part of a structure of a new house. As soon as I … Continue reading…