The RSPCA is appealing for information after a dead dog was found dumped in Selby, North Yorkshire.
The lurcher-type dog was discovered amongst fly-tipped rubbish on a track running parallel to the River Aire off the A19.
RSPCA inspector Thomas Hutton said: “The dog was inside a white builder’s sack and had tyres stacked on top of them.
“There were also a large amount of dog food tins, which could possibly have been dumped by the same person…. Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after collecting a suffering rabbit who was given away by three teenagers in Hull, East Yorkshire yesterday.
The boys – thought to be aged 13 or 14 years old – were reportedly approaching people and knocking on doors on 1st Avenue, offering the male rabbit for free.
RSPCA inspector Laura Barber said: “I picked him up from a concerned member of the public, who had taken him from the teenagers.
“The poor … Continue reading…
Four baby squirrels had to be separated after their tails got in a tangle in Stockton on Tees, County Durham.
They were found by a member of the public in some woods alongside the A689 in Wynyard on Bank Holiday Monday (6 May).
RSPCA inspector Clare Wilson said: “The call said that four baby squirrels had been tied together by their tails so couldn’t get away from each other.
“I was a little sceptical as to how … Continue reading…
Schools from Birmingham, Reading and Leeds have qualified for the finale of a prestigious debating competition, to take place at Westminster’s Church House.
The RSPCA has been hosting Great Debate events, with school children debating a host of animal welfare topics at “centres of citizenship and democracy” across England.
15 teams from ten schools have competed in three England heats – with six schools winning through and reaching June’s final.
Debates aim to inspire school pupils to research, explore and … Continue reading…
The RSPCA has launched an investigation after a puppy was found ‘buried alive’ in a Leyland field in a ‘hideous act of cruelty’.
A dog walker was out on Saturday (27 April) training their working dogs when they made the shocking discovery.
RSPCA Inspector Alison Fletcher, who is now investigating, said: “When the dogs didn’t return their owner went to find them and realised they’d sniffed out a mound of disturbed earth in the middle of the field. … Continue reading…