The RSPCA is appealing for information after six dead ferrets were found on land just off the A1 at Grantham.

 

The ginger-coloured ferrets were first noticed by a local homeowner on land between Rosemary Crescent and the A1 southbound just after the A607 exit at around 12 noon on Tuesday (27 March).

RSPCA inspector Katherine Burris said: “The ferret’s bodies were strewn across the patch of scrub land when they were found.

 

“All appear to have been in … Continue reading…

Dog owners and their canine companions have been invited to register for the waggiest and woofiest walkies of the year, as registration opens for June’s hotly-anticipated RSPCA Cymru ‘BIG Walkies LIVE’ in Cardiff.

Entries for the 2018 BIG Walkies LIVE event open today – giving dogs and their owners a unique opportunity to take part in a scenic 2.5-mile (4km) or 1.25mile (2km) walk in Bute Park on Sunday 10 June, alongside hundreds of poochie pals.

Signing-up is easy and … Continue reading…

 

 

The RSPCA is appealing for information after three cats died from suspected poisoning in the Bromley area last week.

 

Heartbroken Kayleigh Daines from Ambleside, Bromley reported the incident to RSPCA after losing her three beloved pets in just one week.

She first noticed one of her cats, Betty Boop, acting strangely on Friday 9 March and her second cat Binx started to look disorientated on Mother’s Day, Sunday 11 March.

She took both cats to the vets … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after a cat was shot in the mouth by an air gun in Wrexham.

Smokie returned to her home at Llys Y Groes at around 9pm on Sunday (25 March) with blood all around her mouth, neck and front legs. Her worried owner took her to the vets for an examination.

RSPCA inspector Kia Thomas said following an examination the vet found a wound on the left side of the roof of her mouth…. Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a dog was found wandering around South Shields in a suffering state.

 

The black and white male dog, thought to be a Staffy/Border collie cross, was found straying near to the shops on Whiteleas Way on Tuesday 20 March and handed to the dog warden.

 

He is very thin and suffering from the skin condition demodectic mange.

 

RSPCA Deputy Chief Inspector (DCI) Helen Nedley said: “This poor dog’s spine, hips … Continue reading…