The secret society of Dog Knits Yarn Bombers have been busy knitting since January to create the festive toppers to raise money for RSPCA Southridge Animal Centre
Residents in Hertfordshire woke up to an array of beautiful hand-crafted Christmas scenes this morning (Monday 26 November), which mysteriously appeared on top of 60 post boxes in the county.
The amazing creations, which can be found in the Barnet, Brookmans Park and Potters Bar areas, were made by a secret society called … Continue reading…
Thieves have broken into an RSPCA charity shop in Crystal Palace and smashed the front door, stole cash from the safe and caused extensive damage inside the shop.
Police officers in Croydon are investigating the burglary which happened between between 9pm on Saturday, 17 November and 10am on Sunday, 18 November.
The RSPCA said that the front door, which had a glass panel, was smashed and an area in the back room was wrecked.
Deputy manager Renae Snelling said: “We … Continue reading…
ThA is reminding people about the dangers of litter after a hedgehog had to be rescued when she got her head stuck tight in a smashed glass bottle.
A member of the public contacted the animal welfare charity after spotting the hedgehog struggling in Lambe Close, Snodland, Kent.
Inspector David Grant collected the hedgehog, who had the top of a smashed bottle wedged tightly round her head. He managed to safely free the hog before taking her to the RSPCA’s … Continue reading…
RSPCA staff to take part in cattery sleepover to raise money for moggies this Halloween
The staff at RSPCA South Godstone Animal Centre in Surrey are taking part in a ‘spooky’ cattery sleepover to raise much-needed funds for the 61 cats currently in their care.
The sponsored sleepover will take place on Wednesday (24 October) with four members of staff camping out overnight in the main corridor area of the cattery alongside the cat pods.
The cattery has also … Continue reading…
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…