The RSPCA is appealing for information after the bodies of six domestic rabbits were found dumped in plastic bags in a litter bin in Paignton.

 

A council worker made the grisly discovery yesterday morning (27 November) in St Michaels Park.  The bodies had been put in four supermarket carrier bags.

 

The RSPCA South Devon branch animal collection officer, Chris Inman, attended and collected the bodies from the council depot.

 

The rabbits all had blood coming from their … Continue reading…

The RSPCA and Redwings Horse charity are appealing for information after a horse was found abandoned next to a travellers site in Long Lane, Grays, Essex.

 

RSPCA inspector Lewis Taylor was called out to the seven month-old piebald foal after a number of calls from concerned members of the public. The poor animal had a number of bite injuries to his neck, which had become badly infected.

 

“We are urging anyone with information about how this horse came … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after the bodies of six domestic rabbits were found dumped in plastic bags in a litter bin in Paignton.

 

A council worker made the grisly discovery yesterday morning (27 November) in St Michaels Park.  The bodies had been put in four supermarket carrier bags.

 

The RSPCA South Devon branch animal collection officer, Chris Inman, attended and collected the bodies from the council depot.

 

The rabbits all had blood coming from their … Continue reading…

Welsh Government welcomes RSPCA Cymru Dog Report

The Minister for Environment and Sustainable Development, John Griffiths AM, last night welcomed the launch of the new RSPCA Cymru Dog Welfare Indicators report at an event in Cardiff attended by Assembly Members, local authorities, police representatives and other stakeholders.

The Minister said that he was excited about continuing to work together with RSPCA Cymru on animal welfare issues. Priorities going forward included ongoing work on irresponsible dog ownership, microchipping and the breeding … Continue reading…

 

RSPCA inspectors are helping with the evacuation of residents in St Asaphs and our swift water rescue response teams are attending incidents where livestock need help in Bangor on Dee and Holywell.

Residents in up to 500 properties in north Wales have been advised to leave their homes after the River Elwy broke its banks.

An emergency centre has been set up at a leisure centre in St Asaph after water levels overtopped flood defences.

Many of the residents have … Continue reading…