The Phantom of the Opera cast member will raise money for the RSPCA
A West End performer is taking on the London Landmarks half marathon to raise funds to help animals in need.
James Butcher, who is currently performing in the Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London, will be running the half marathon later this month to raise money for the RSPCA.
James, who trained at the Royal Ballet School and is also a ballet … Continue reading…
Marine rescuer takes on challenge for charity
A seal rescuer is taking on a 100-mile cycle challenge to raise money for the RSPCA East Winch Wildlife Centre.
Trevor Wright, a volunteer for the British Divers Marine Life Rescue, will be taking part in Prudential RideLondon in August in support of the RSPCA’s wildlife centre in Norfolk.
Trevor, who lives in March, Cambridgeshire, with his wife Stephanie and their two rescue cats, said: “I’ve been volunteering for the BDMLR for … Continue reading…
RSPCA staff to take part in cattery sleepover to raise money for moggies this Halloween
The staff at RSPCA South Godstone Animal Centre in Surrey are taking part in a ‘spooky’ cattery sleepover to raise much-needed funds for the 61 cats currently in their care.
The sponsored sleepover will take place on Wednesday (24 October) with four members of staff camping out overnight in the main corridor area of the cattery alongside the cat pods.
The cattery has also … Continue reading…
The RSPCA Cat Smart scheme is in need of volunteers to become drivers and social media ambassadors
A cat neutering project in Sheffield is in desperate need of moggy-loving volunteers to help continue its great work in the city.
The Cat Smart scheme aims to tackle the cat overpopulation crisis in Sheffield by offering free and reduced neutering, microchipping and cat welfare advice.
On average, the RSPCA receives a call to its national control centre about a cat every … Continue reading…
Scampi is looking for a new forever home after being hit by a car
‘Medical marvel’ Scampi has been transformed from dragging his back legs behind him to walking with no issues.
Two-year-old Scampi was found in Manchester after it is believed he was hit by a car and suffered terrible injuries to his back legs.
The tendons attaching his knee caps to the shin bones had been ripped away rendering him completely lame and meant he had … Continue reading…