The RSPCA is appealing for information after a tiny kitten was found stuck by her head to a glue trap and is urging the public to get in touch and report details of any shops that are still selling them to the public.

The call comes after a member of the public contacted the RSPCA to to say they had found a collapsed kitten with her mouth glued together after she was stuck on a glue trap in the Camberwell … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a 12-week-old puppy who could barely stand was abandoned at the side of a road in Buckinghamshire.

The brown-and-white terrier was found by a member of the public in Gladstone Road, Chesham, at approximately 6.45pm on Wednesday (19 July).

A man and a woman in a silver Mercedes Sprinter van were seen dumping the puppy before speeding away.

The dog’s feet were covered in faeces and urine and his breathing was shallow when … Continue reading…

RSPCA called to collect a stray tortoise “marching” across a golf course in Surrey

The RSPCA is appealing to find the owner of a tortoise who managed to find his way onto a golf course at Walton on Thames.

 

The tortoise was spotted by some golfers and the groundsman from Burhill Golf Club contacted the RSPCA on Friday, 7 July.

RSPCA Inspector Joanne Bowling attended and collected the Hermann’s tortoise which was transferred to the care of RSPCA exotics … Continue reading…

A dog is being treated by RSPCA vets after she was found dumped in a front garden in Orpington at the weekend, wearing veterinary bandages and a catheter in her leg.

Homeowners on Crofton Road in Orpington, Kent, were surprised to find the young/small Shepherd type dog with clear injuries sitting helplessly in their front garden on Saturday morning (8 July) around 7.30am.

RSPCA deputy chief inspector Anthony Pulfer rushed to the address.

He said: “The poor dog was clearly … Continue reading…

A young cat who fell from a high rise block of flats is being treated by veterinary staff at RSPCA Putney Animal Hospital.

Little Beatrice was found shocked and collapsed on a patio at Arthur Court Charlotte Despard Avenue, Battersea on Tuesday 27, June.

She was picked up by RSPCA Deputy Chief Inspector Anthony Pulfer and taken straight to the hospital, but it was not known if she would pull through.

Caroline Allen, RSPCA London Veterinary Director, said: “When Beatrice … Continue reading…