RSPCA Chief Inspector Rob Melloy said: “Poor Bruce is still extremely poorly and at this stage we are taking it hour by hour as to if he will pull through given the horrendous nature of his injuries. But he has shown he is a fighter and it really is a miracle that he is still with us.

“Yesterday he underwent surgery and his eye was removed, but the sheer extent and severity of his injuries means that his prognosis is … Continue reading…

Two horses that had become stuck after wandering into a trench have been rescued.

The horses were unable to back out of the trench at a disused building at an old colliery site in Ynysmaerdy, Pontyclun on Friday (20 July).

RSPCA inspector Nic de Celis attended following a call from South Wales Fire & Rescue Service.

He said: “The horses had become stuck after walking through a tunnel and down a trench. The trench was narrow so they weren’t able … Continue reading…

RSPCA Mid Essex (full name which is RSPCA Essex Mid, Brentwood, Chelmsford and District Branch) was recently presented with a cheque for £750 from a foundation which was set up in memory of the late Holly Clacy.

 

Holly’s father David Clacy said: “Last year on the 20th November 2017 our vibrant, giggly daughter Holly Clacy committed suicide on Radar Hill in South Woodham Ferrers. “There is still no definitive reason as to why she decided to end her life … Continue reading…

RSPCA officers worked with Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service to rescue swan from Bottisham Lock, Waterbeach, Cambridge

A female swan with a hook caught in her beak and tongue was rescued from Bottisham Lock, Waterbeach on Wednesday (28 February).

The RSPCA, working with Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service, managed to catch the swan who had been eluding capture for a number of days.

The RSPCA was called on Saturday 24 February to reports of a swan on the water with … Continue reading…

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…