Anyone making a New Year resolution to raise money for charity or run a marathon is being urged to apply for the Brighton Marathon in support of the RSPCA.

The marathon takes place on Sunday 14 April 2013 and the run is 26.2 miles through picturesque Preston Park and the best of Brighton city centre, including the iconic Brighton Pavilion.

Heading east along the scenic coast road, runners have panoramic views of the English Channel and glorious glimpse of the

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  Free chips for pets for Christmas  





Tuesday 4 December 2012


The RSPCA is offering free cat and dog microchipping at a clinic in South London.


The sessions will be held on Sunday 9 December and Sunday 23 December from 12 noon to 4pm.


Pet owners do not need to book – just turn up with your cat or dog for a free microchip or for reduced price vaccinations – initial vaccinations are £15, second vaccinations … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat became caught in an illegal gin trap in Higham Ferrers.

Owner Liz Elthick said her cat Tiggy returned to the family home in North End on Tuesday 20 November with the trap stuck on his left front leg.


She said Tiggy was trying to get through the cat flap, but couldn’t, and when she went to investigate she found the trap firmly clamped around his paw.


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The RSPCA London South East branch is looking for homes for 13 cats which came in via the charity’s inspectors after being abandoned or neglected.


The cats include four that were recently found dumped in a community centre field in Dulwich.  The black cats, now named Sooty, Smokey, Lizzie and Millie, had been crammed into a cat carrier meant for just one cat and had been there for around two days.  They were soaking wet and cold.


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The RSPCA is appealing for information after the body of a dog was found in Hagley, Stourbridge at the weekend.


The RSPCA was called by West Midlands police after the body was found on Wassell Grove Lane, opposite the Old Halesonians Rugby Club early on Sunday morning (25 November).


The black Staffordshire bull terrier was lying next to a baseball bat and vets confirmed that the dog had suffered a fractured skull which could have come from blows … Continue reading…