The RSPCA rehomed 180 dogs in Hertfordshire last year and, while Staffies are still the most rescued breed, designer dogs are appearing more and more in the charity’s rehoming centres.

As part of the RSPCA’s special rehoming drive Adoptober, new national figures have been released showing that while pure-breed and crossbreed Staffies, lurchers, Jack Russell terriers and German shepherds are still the most common dog to come into its care, more trendy ‘handbag’ breeds and fashionable crossbreeds are also ending … Continue reading…

The RSPCA rehomed 393 dogs in East Sussex last year and, while Staffies are still the most rescued breed, designer dogs are appearing more and more in the charity’s rehoming centres.

As part of the RSPCA’s special rehoming drive Adoptober, new national figures have been released showing that while pure-breed and crossbreed Staffies, lurchers, Jack Russell terriers and German shepherds are still the most common dog to come into its care, more trendy ‘handbag’ breeds and fashionable crossbreeds are also … Continue reading…

Body of pony was found by members of the public on a footpath in Dudbrook Road area of Brentwood 

The RSPCA is appealing for information after the body of a dead pony was discovered dumped along a footpath in the Dudbrook Road area of Brentwood on Tuesday 13 August.

 

A member of the public had been in the area when they made the sad discovery, at a round 5.40pm. and contacted the RSPCA.

RSPCA Inspector Jessica Dayes is … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is caring for five tiny kittens who were rescued from a swampy marshland area in Mitcham last month.

The kittens were rescued by four kind-hearted members of the public who managed to fish out the youngsters, who were inside a shoe box inside the bin bag.

The rescuers Colin, Lorraine, Adela and Cashanna had all been in the area separately but rallied together to save the kittens.

Cashanna had been walking along a woodland pathway which connects Colliers … Continue reading…

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You too could hold a golf day to raise vital funds for the RSPCA

A Sussex golf club has raised £800 in funds to help the RSPCA continue to rescue more than 100,000 animals a year at the club’s Charity Day.

 

The Avisford Golf Club in Walberton near Arundel is raising funds for the animal welfare charity after this year’s captain Jayson Walker chose to support the RSPCA throughout the year as well as at their special events. The … Continue reading…