Local community have shown real support for the yarn bombers but more donations are needed for group to hit their target
A secret society of yarn bombers, who have created more than 60 toppers on post boxes in Barnet, Brookmans Park and Potters Bar have had an eventful two weeks since they unveiled their beautiful array of hand-crafted Christmas scenes.
Sadly one topper in Potters Bar was set alight, and a further four stolen, leaving the secret society of … Continue reading…
RSPCA called to collect a dumped bulldog who was likely to have been dumped while still giving birth and needed emergency surgery
The RSPCA is caring for a sick bulldog who was dumped in an alleyway near to Florence Road, Finsbury Park, London on Sunday night (2nd).
The dog, who is thought to be aged between two and four years old, was covered from head to toe in her own faeces which left the RSPCA officer who collected her unable … Continue reading…
RSPCA is appealing for information after little pup was found on Sunday 25 November
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a tiny pup was found abandoned in a cage outside a front door of a property in Gregory Road, Southall on the morning of Sunday 25 November.
The puppy, believed to be a bull breed cross and only around 10 weeks old, was found shivering and abandoned in a filthy cage.
He was found by a member of the … Continue reading…
The secret society of Dog Knits Yarn Bombers have been busy knitting since January to create the festive toppers to raise money for RSPCA Southridge Animal Centre
Residents in Hertfordshire woke up to an array of beautiful hand-crafted Christmas scenes this morning (Monday 26 November), which mysteriously appeared on top of 60 post boxes in the county.
The amazing creations, which can be found in the Barnet, Brookmans Park and Potters Bar areas, were made by a secret society called … Continue reading…
Staff will be on hand to offer advice on the daily health and social needs of pets
The RSPCA is opening a pet wellness centre at its Enfield Cattery offering free advice on pet care to local residents.
Final year vet students from the Royal Veterinary College will offer 30-minute slots every Wednesday to people wanting to know more about how to give their pets the best life possible, particularly during the cold winter months.
They will be joined by … Continue reading…