Trio returning home after party spot stray ferret and launch bid to save her

Three RSPCA officers returning from a party leapt into action when they spotted a stray ferret scampering along a busy London street.

Inspector Emma Dingley and animal collection officers Jessica Pierce and Emma Dwan were on their way home on Sunday morning (16 September), following a party the night before, when they spotted the lost mammal running along Camden Street in Camden.

Inspector Dingley said: “We’d … Continue reading…

RSPCA Medway West Branch recently held a tabletop sale to celebrate its 20th anniversary milestone

A Kent branch has helped to rehome and neuter more than 50,000 animals over a 20-year period, new figures have revealed.

 

This year the branch is celebrating its 20th anniversary of The Parsons Memorial Clinic and rehoming centre.

The clinic and rehoming centre was opened in 1998 and over the last 20 years it has treated, microchipped and neutered over 50,000 animals.

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The RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat with an injury to his tail was abandoned in Marholm near Peterborough.

It appears the young male cat had been taken to a vet by his owner, as when the RSPCA investigated the location where the cat was found, they discovered a vet bandage along with part of the poor cat’s tail.

The RSPCA attended the incident on Sunday August 5 and collected the cat, who was hiding in a barn … Continue reading…

Little Gracie  was taken to RSPCA Putney Animal Hospital where she is receiving emergency treatment

The RSPCA is appealing to the public to help find the owner of an elderly cocker spaniel dog who was found collapsed in a park in Bushy Park London on Sunday 24 of June.

Gracie, named by the staff,  was found by a kind-hearted member of the public who took her to the RSPCA Putney Animal Hospital.

She was collapsed and suffering from heart failure … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information to track down the owner of a skinny mare which it has removed from a field in Swanley, Kent.

The RSPCA, police and an independent vet attended the field Beechenlea Lane, on Thursday 14 June, following reports of a collapsed mare by a concerned member of the public. 

The police seized the horse, which was then placed into RSPCA care. She has been taken to a private boarding facility where she is receiving urgent … Continue reading…