A woman from Castleford has been given a suspended prison sentence and disqualified from keeping all animals for life after an RSPCA prosecution. 

 

Victoria Louise Chamberlain (D.O.B 06.09.99) of Moor Road, Featherstone, Pontefract appeared before Leeds Magistrates’ Court last Tuesday (3 December).

 

She was convicted in her absence of two offences* on Friday 22 November – one of causing unnecessary suffering to Sasha by failing to provide vet treatment and one of causing unnecessary suffering to her by … Continue reading…

The RSPCA are appealing for information to trace four men who are suspected of badger baiting.

A dog walker witnessed seeing the men acting suspiciously with four bull lurcher-type dogs on land off Audley Road near Alsager Park and Country Club in Cheshire.

He said he saw four men digging in an area where there was a badger sett and encouraged the dogs to enter the sett through the hole they had dug. He could hear them goading the dogs … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a number of teenagers were witnessed attacking a Jack Russell-type dog called Millie.

 

The incident happened at the top of New Road in Earby, Pendle, Lancashire at around 7.40pm on Saturday 16 November.

 

RSPCA inspector Adam Dickenson said: “There was a disturbance involving a large number of young people on the street outside Millie’s house. 

 

“Her owner opened their door to see what was going on and Millie ran out…. Continue reading…

The RSPCA has launched an emergency fundraising appeal as one of the charity’s wildlife centres prepares for the influx of oiled swans who are being rescued as part of a large operation following flooding in South Yorkshire.

It is believed that 60 swans have been affected by oil after the recent flooding upturned a barge, causing the spillage on the Sheffield and South Yorkshire Navigation canal near where it connects with the River Don, off Rawmarsh Lane in Rotherham.

Part … Continue reading…

Twenty-five years ago, RSPCA Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre & Cattery opened its doors and has since treated more than 130,000 animals. Wildlife supervisor Rob Scrivens has been at the Nantwich centre since day one and shares his memories.

Sitting in a van amongst the rolling hills of Cumbria, with a group of otters in his van ready to be released after months of rehabilitation, Rob Scrivens took a photo of the breath-taking scenery on his phone and sent it to … Continue reading…