Little Pope was found in Bromley and then taken to a local vet

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a dog thought to be only 18 months old was abandoned in Pope Road, Bromley on 11 January.

Poor Pope was found by a member of the public who took him to a nearby vet, who in turn contacted the RSPCA.

Pope had a broken back leg, the cause of which is unknown, as there were no other physical signs … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is investigating after three alpacas were beaten to death on a farm in Buckinghamshire.

The owners of the alpacas, Lesley and Andrew Sapsford, have been left “heartbroken” after the attacks – and they are now worried for their remaining 80 alpacas, who live on a farm in Little Kingshill, Great Missenden.

Two of the alpacas – called Pleasance and Gabriella, who was pregnant – were found dead in their shelter on Saturday (6 January). The following day a … Continue reading…

Eight adult cats and six kittens were squashed in three boxes and left

The RSPCA is caring for 14 felines who were dumped near to the RSPCA Harmsworth Memorial Animal Hospital.

A member of the public discovered the numerous cats after they heard the sound of meowing coming from near  the bins which are on an estate near to the hospital in Sonderburg Road, Holloway, on 3 January at 7pm.

The felines had all been put in two tiny cat … Continue reading…

Mum and kittens abandoned under a bridge in London during the early hours on December 23

Rudolph, Cupid, Dancer, Prancer and Blitzen were abandoned in a metal crate under a bridge in Battersea Park Road, Clapham.

 

A concerned member of the public spotted the cats at around 3am on the morning of 23 December. An RSPCA inspector attended the feline family and took them straight to RSPCA Putney Animal Hospital.

Despite their ordeal, they are all doing well, but … Continue reading…

A baby otter has been rescued by the RSPCA after he was found in a garden in Leighton Buzzard – half a kilometer away from the nearest river.

It’s not known how the otter managed to find his way to the garden, in Southcott Village, but when he was found on Tuesday evening (2 January) he looked disorientated.

Thankfully he was not injured, however due to him being so young he was taken to a wildlife hospital where he will … Continue reading…