Looking at these two beautiful dogs – you would have thought they would catch anyone’s eye.

But sadly Marley and Frankie – who are both at RSPCA Newport Animal Centre – are awaiting to find their perfect forever home that will meet their special needs.

Marley, a one-year-old shar-pei, and Frankie, a Staffordshire bull terrier, both have limited visibility – but that certainly doesn’t stop them from being fun-loving pooches.

RSPCA deputy centre manager Kath Logan said Marley and Frankie … Continue reading…

A charity concert is going to be held at St John’s URC Church in Northwood.

The event, on Saturday 27 July, starts at 7.30pm

The concert is free and any donations will kindly be in aid of the RSPCA.

It will feature G.F Handel’s Giulio Cesare in Egitto and directed from the keyboard by Ezra Williams.

Tea and biscuits and wine will be available during the interval.

The event will be at St John’s URC Church Northwood, Hallowell Road, HA6 … Continue reading…

The cat, called Maniek, also had dislocated hocks as result of the horrific cruelty incident 

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a beloved pet cat was found with dislocated hocks and 31 sewing needles which had been ‘fired’ into his body.

 

Sadly despite the best efforts of vets to save the poor cat, he had to be put to sleep to end his suffering after he suffered complications as a result of his horrific injuries.

Now the RSPCA … Continue reading…

It’s Meow or Never – Elvis and Presley are looking for their forever home

 

An affectionate pair of cats who keep getting overlooked have had a rockstar makeover in a bid to  find the perfect home.

Eleven-year-old Elvis and Presley have been overlooked in favour of some of the younger cats so staff at South Godstone Animal Centre have given the pair their very own cat pod Elvis quiffs to attract a new owner.

 Staff caring for the twosome … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is bracing itself for a surge in calls about animals in need as a heatwave sweeps across England & Wales this week.

Temperatures are expected to hit the mid 30s this week so animal welfare experts and vets are urging pet owners to keep their animals safe and asking the public to take care of wildlife.

RSPCA vet Dr Michael Lazaris said: “It’s really important to take extra care of our pets during the hot weather as heat … Continue reading…