The RSPCA today urged horse lovers to rehome from them as they rescued almost 90 horses a month last year due to the ongoing horse crisis.

The charity rescued 1,071 horses from neglect and suffering last year and across the country there are hundreds looking for loving homes.

 

As part of the animal welfare charity’s special rehoming drive Adoptober, new figures have been released showing that although 328 horses were found new homes last year, 886 remain in the … Continue reading…

This month the charity launches Adoptober, to find homes for dogs of all shapes and sizes in Greater London  

The RSPCA rehomed 61 dogs in Greater London  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 … Continue reading…

The RSPCA rescued more cats than any other animal last year – including 610 in Kent, as a result of calls to it’s national cruelty line. 

As the charity enters Cat Week as part of its month-long rehoming drive Adoptober, it reveals RSPCA inspectors rescued the equivalent of more than 60 cats per day – or 22,000 over the whole year.

This is more than any other animal nationally and is four times the number of dogs (5,930).

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The RSPCA rescued more cats than any other animal last year – including 303 in Bedfordshire, as a result of calls to its national cruelty line. 

As the charity enters Cat Week as part of its month-long rehoming drive Adoptober, it reveals RSPCA inspectors rescued the equivalent of more than 60 cats per day – or 22,000 over the whole year.

This is more than any other animal nationally and is four times the number of dogs (5,930).

Cat welfare … Continue reading…

The RSPCA rehomed 95 dogs in West 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…