The RSPCA is appealing for information after a dog was dumped with a broken leg in Boston, Lincolnshire, which has now had to be amputated.
The male lurcher-type dog was tied to a bush with pink baler twine, in such a way that he was not able to lay down.
He was spotted ‘purely by chance’ ‘down a dead-end road called Cuthberts Lane, in the village of Frampton West, Boston at round 4.30pm on Monday 18 September.
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The RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat was shot at least six times in Doncaster.
‘Summer’, a white and black female cat, came home in a shocking state just after midnight on Monday (18 September) and has had to have her eye removed as a result.
Owner Graham Mahoney, who lives in Wroxham Way, Cusworth, said: “I saw her at about 4.30pm on Sunday and everything was fine. She always comes home about 6pm and when she … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is on standby to help any owners whose homes have been, or are being, evacuated in Camden over the coming days.
An officer was in the area all day yesterday (SAT) working with Camden Council’s animal welfare team to collect details of all of those who may need assistance, and is keeping in close contact with the council today.
A register was opened up at Swiss Cottage Leisure Centre, which is one of the locations providing … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is reassuring owners whose homes have been, or are being, evacuated in Camden that help is available to care for their pets, should they need it.
An officer has been in the area all day working with Camden Council’s animal welfare team to collect details of all of those who may need assistance.
A register has been opened up at Swiss Cottage Leisure Centre, which is one of the locations providing emergency accommodation, and anyone who needs our … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a family of swans was attacked in a popular Middlesbrough park.
The male swan was found dead at the edge of the lake in Albert Park, and all the eggs smashed. The female was in distress nearby.
The charity was called after the extremely upsetting discovery was made this morning (Wednesday 26 April).
It’s thought metal fences put up by local people to help protect the birds whilst they nested … Continue reading…