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…

RSPCA Cymru has launched an appeal for information after an injured dog – found with a cord tied around her neck – was dumped near Mold.

The Staffordshire bull terrier was found in the middle of the A5104 road near Treuddyn, Mold, at around 12pm on 19 July. The dog had suffered multiple fractures including the two hind legs and spine and there was also a strangulation ligature cord around her neck.

RSPCA deputy chief inspector Phil Lewis said: “This … Continue reading…

The cat, called Maniek, also had dislocated hocks as result of the horrific cruelty incident 

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a beloved pet cat was found with dislocated hocks and 31 sewing needles which had been ‘fired’ into his body.

 

Sadly despite the best efforts of vets to save the poor cat, he had to be put to sleep to end his suffering after he suffered complications as a result of his horrific injuries.

Now the RSPCA … Continue reading…

It’s Meow or Never – Elvis and Presley are looking for their forever home

 

An affectionate pair of cats who keep getting overlooked have had a rockstar makeover in a bid to  find the perfect home.

Eleven-year-old Elvis and Presley have been overlooked in favour of some of the younger cats so staff at South Godstone Animal Centre have given the pair their very own cat pod Elvis quiffs to attract a new owner.

 Staff caring for the twosome … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is warning of a summer abandonment crisis with a 64% increase in the number of reports about dumped animals in the summer months.

The oldest and biggest animal welfare charity in England and Wales is expecting to see a huge rise in calls about abandoned pets, often dumped in boxes, thrown in bins or left on the side of roads.

Last summer (June, July and August) in Wales, there were 1,498 calls about abandoned animals reported to the … Continue reading…