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A dog that was rescued by the RSPCA after her muzzle was taped up so tight that she bled has been given a second chance for love by the vet who saved her life.

After being found subdued and suffering at an address near Faringdon, Clover, a young female whippet was rushed to Companion Care Vets for emergency treatment. It was here that her long journey to recovery would begin and where strong bonds would be built with the vet … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a family of ginger cats were left cruelly abandoned in a cat carrier next to the sewage works on West Mill Lane in Sherborne, Dorset.

A mother cat and two four-month old kittens were found by the roadside on a lane that leads up to Sherborne’s household recycling centre this week. A member of the public spotted them on their way to work on Wednesday (16 September) morning and immediately took them to … Continue reading…

X-ray, cat Bromsgrove

The RSPCA is appealing for help to find the owner of a one-eyed black male cat after he was the victim of a nasty air gun attack in Bromsgrove last weekend.

The cat was found in the front garden of a property in the Broad Street area of Bromsgrove and was in such a bad state that he could no longer stand up or walk. The RSPCA were called and the black neutered male was rushed to a local vets … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a lurcher-type dog was found abandoned with black duct tape tied painfully tight around her muzzle near Faringdon last Saturday (15 August).

The young female dog, who has now been renamed Clover due to her lucky escape, was found walking the streets near Puddleduck Lane in Great Coxwell by locals who eventually managed to catch her before calling the RSPCA for help.

RSPCA inspector Nikki Denham said: “I was horrified at what I … Continue reading…

May Hill horses

The RSPCA is appealing for more information after a young filly and a gelding were left stranded with one of the horses on the brink of death on May Hill Common earlier this month.

Two RSPCA inspectors attended the picturesque area near Huntley known for its beautiful walks to investigate and found the colourful filly and grey gelding in a pitiful state. Locals confirmed that the pair were not owned and had been dumped at the site.

One of the … Continue reading…