The RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat was found shot more than EIGHT times in the Birling, West Malling Kent.

Poor KC was shot sometime during Tuesday night (26 September) and Wednesday (27 September) morning.  He was shot from a number of different directions and x-rays showed that the pellets had entered him in his head, torso and hip.

It was initially believed that there were even more pellets inside him, but a total of eight have been … Continue reading…

 

Staff at the RSPCA East Winch Wildlife Centre have launched a desperate appeal for towels and facecloths which are vital for the daily care of the seals, hedgehogs and ducklings in their care

In order to prevent the spread of disease, a fresh towel is required every time a seal in the centre’s isolation unit is given medication or food. And as most seals require a long-period of rehabilitation – one seal alone, can get through more than … Continue reading…

The RSPCA Hertfordshire East Branch is in desperate need of volunteers to fill a number of roles which will help to support sick and injured animals in need in the county.

The branch is a separately registered charity from the national RSPCA and provides much needed animal welfare services to animals in East Hertfordshire. Services include rehoming, paying for veterinary treatment, fostering and providing welfare assistance and advice.

Much of the vital animal welfare work carried out is only possible … Continue reading…


The RSPCA Enfield Cattery is currently inundated with scores of cats of all ages including mums and kittens which need to be cared for by a fosterer.

Already this year the cattery has taken in some 200 cats and kittens.

The foster periods will be short and long term, but the cattery will need people to be available for a minimum of eight weeks.

The RSPCA is ideally looking for foster parents who have a spare room in their home, … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is caring for an injured seal after she was found on Horsey Beach, Norfolk with a frisbee embedded in her neck.

The seal who has been named Frisbee, was rescued by the Friends of Horsey Seals yesterday (Thursday 15 September) who managed to get close enough to catch her with a net.

The adult female grey seal may have been swimming around with the yellow frisbee on her neck for up to six months, but despite efforts to … Continue reading…