The RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat was shot in Treorchy, sustaining serious injuries.

The incident happened in Miskin Street on Saturday 15 June. The male black and white five year old cat was shot twice in his mouth and left eye. As a result of the injuries sustained, the left eye had to be removed.

RSPCA Inspector Gemma Black said: “This was a very cruel and callous act, resulting in a debilitating injury to this defenceless creature. … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after seven cats became the latest victims of irresponsible owners in the Luton area.

 

The mother cat and her five six-week-old kittens were found along with an older kitten, thought to be from an earlier litter, in two cardboard boxes outside a takeaway in High Town Road on Thursday (13 June).  They were looked after for two days by the person who found them and the RSPCA was called on Saturday (15 June)…. Continue reading…

Four cats found dumped in Bicester

RSPCA appeals for information

 

 

Thursday 13 June 2013

 

The RSPCA is appealing for information after four cats were found dumped in a cardboard box in Buckingham Road, Bicester.

 

The female cats had been left in the taped up box behind a petrol station and were found on Tuesday morning (11 June) by a passer-by who was on her way to work.

 

The cats are thought to be middle aged … Continue reading…

Peregrine and bear it!

Falcon fledgling lands on car roof

 

 

Friday 14 June 2013

 

The RSPCA made an unusual collection earlier this week when we were called to rescue a Peregrine Falcon from the top of a car.

 

The bird of prey was found in a car park on Bath Road, Bournemouth, at about 9.30 on Tuesday morning (11 June) and the RSPCA was called after a member of the public thought she was struggling to … Continue reading…

Deputy manager of RSPCA Felledge Animal Centre, Lisa Paulin, is walking the West Highland Way for some of the North East’s most needy animals.

 

Lisa, who is yard manager at the County Durham centre she’s raising money for, will take on the 96 mile challenge with good friend Gail Forbes and her RSPCA rescue dogs Lexi and Piglet (pictured).

 

The fundraising effort begins on Wednesday 26 June and is expected to take five days to complete.

 

Lisa … Continue reading…