Eight adult cats and six kittens were squashed in three boxes and left

The RSPCA is caring for 14 felines who were dumped near to the RSPCA Harmsworth Memorial Animal Hospital.

A member of the public discovered the numerous cats after they heard the sound of meowing coming from near  the bins which are on an estate near to the hospital in Sonderburg Road, Holloway, on 3 January at 7pm.

The felines had all been put in two tiny cat … Continue reading…

Mum and kittens abandoned under a bridge in London during the early hours on December 23

Rudolph, Cupid, Dancer, Prancer and Blitzen were abandoned in a metal crate under a bridge in Battersea Park Road, Clapham.


A concerned member of the public spotted the cats at around 3am on the morning of 23 December. An RSPCA inspector attended the feline family and took them straight to RSPCA Putney Animal Hospital.

Despite their ordeal, they are all doing well, but … Continue reading…

Noel, Cracker and Spud are being looked after at RSPCA Putney Animal Hospital after being callously dumped out of the back of a large car


The RSPCA is caring for three puppies thought to be from a puppy farm who were callously dumped from a car, the night before Christmas Eve (23 Dec).

The trio, who are thought to be aged between eight and 12 months, were spotted being dumped out of a large car, which then drove off … Continue reading…


Stanley was in RSPCA care for more than 400 days before he found his pawfect forever home

Stanley, dubbed one of Britain’s most unwanted dogs, has found a loving new home, just in time for Christmas.

Last month marked the 400th day that Stanley has been in RSPCA care – more than half of his young life without a family.

 Shar-pei crossbreed Stanley’s story was even more heart-breaking given that he came to the RSPCA after he was found … Continue reading…


After Margot and Matilda had to fight to survive, their fosterer tells the story of their journey from near death to happy ever after


Two tiny kittens, who were left for dead after they were callously thrown away in a dustbin in London are set to enjoy their first Christmas in their purrfect new home thanks to the RSPCA.

Margot and Matilda, were only around three weeks old when they were dumped in dustbin in London back … Continue reading…