RSPCA Bedfordshire North Branch welcomes animal lovers safely back to its charity shops tomorrow in Bedford

An RSPCA charity shop in Bedford is once again opening their doors to the public from tomorrow (Wednesday 29 July).

The RSPCA closed all of its 318 charity shops at the start of lockdown but is now pleased to be undergoing a phased re-opening, following the social distancing guidelines set out by the Government.

A spokesperson for the branch said: “We have missed all … Continue reading…

RSPCA Eau Brink Rehoming Centre has two inseparable pairs of mums and daughters who they would love to rehome together.

The RSPCA is looking to find homes for two pairs of mum and daughters who need to be rehomed together.

Both pairs are inseparable and so the RSPCA wants to find the perfect homes where both the daughters can stay with their mums.

Hoping to find a new home this Mother’s Day is mum Charley and her daughter Alma, as … Continue reading…

RSPCA Medway West  Branch is caring for a staggering  20 extra bunnies – 18 of which are just babies – after they were asked to help an owner who had become overrun with them.

The branch originally took in two adults and three batches of babies (called kittens).  Five of them were four weeks old, five of them were eight weeks old and two were 12 weeks old. Then three days later the female adult (called a doe) gave birth … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is desperately trying to find the paw-fect fur-ever home for Toyah – who is sadly the longest stay dog at the RSPCA’s Mount Noddy’s Animal Centre in Chichester.

Five-year-old German Shepherd Toyah came to the centre back in April 2019 after her owner was no longer able to cope, and the search began to find her a loving new family.

 

But despite her loving and clever personality, Toyah has been overlooked time and time again by potential … Continue reading…

 

A swan needed surgery to remove a ball bearing from her cheek after she was believed to have been shot with a catapult.

The female adult mute swan was reported to the RSPCA by a concerned member of the public who had seen the injured bird at Ferry Meadows, in Peterborough.

RSPCA animal collection officer Justin Disdale was sent to the location on Monday 23 January and managed to catch the swan and took her to the RSPCA East Winch … Continue reading…