RSPCA Mid Essex (full name which is RSPCA Essex Mid, Brentwood, Chelmsford and District Branch) was recently presented with a cheque for £750 from a foundation which was set up in memory of the late Holly Clacy.

 

Holly’s father David Clacy said: “Last year on the 20th November 2017 our vibrant, giggly daughter Holly Clacy committed suicide on Radar Hill in South Woodham Ferrers. “There is still no definitive reason as to why she decided to end her life … Continue reading…

Generous donations to RSPCA Peterborough funded the much-needed operation

Following a successful appeal by the RSPCA’s Peterborough branch, Lady got the operation she needed and now has a second chance at happiness.

Lady is an 18-month-old Saluki-Lurcher cross who was found tied up outside Broadway Vets in Peterborough on January 25.

The local RSPCA branch took her in but discovered she had a fractured foreleg and needed a £2000 operation to fix it.

Staff appealed to local people to help … 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 officers worked with Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service to rescue swan from Bottisham Lock, Waterbeach, Cambridge

A female swan with a hook caught in her beak and tongue was rescued from Bottisham Lock, Waterbeach on Wednesday (28 February).

The RSPCA, working with Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service, managed to catch the swan who had been eluding capture for a number of days.

The RSPCA was called on Saturday 24 February to reports of a swan on the water with … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is trying to trace the owner of a tiny chihuahua who was found wandering alone along Haymeads Lane, Bishop’s Stortford on  the evening of  Monday 22 January.

 

Little Pixie, as she has since been named, was found wearing a grey and white striped jumper, but when it was removed it was revealed she suffering from severe hair loss and sore skin.

Pixie is only thought to be around three years old and may have been suffering from … Continue reading…