The RSPCA is appealing for information after a severely underweight puppy was found curled up at the side of the road in Coventry.

The four-month-old Lurcher-type dog, who has been named William, was found by a member of the public and was taken to the RSPCA’s Coventry Animal Centre on Wednesday (9 September), where the decision was made to get him seen straightaway at a vets.

RSPCA inspector Nicky Foster said: “William was found curled up on the pavement next … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a dog with two big tumours was dumped in Stoke-on-Trent.

The white Staffordshire bull terrier, who has been nicknamed Bubbles, was found in Garsdale Crescent, Blurton, on Tuesday morning (8 September).

She has a tumour inside her mouth and on the right side of her body. She is currently being treated and being kept comfortable at a vets. It is not known how old she is.

RSPCA Inspector Laura Bryant said: “She is … Continue reading…

Staff at a Starbucks in Cheshire were shocked to find a kitten had been dumped in a bin outside the store.

The seven-week-old black kitten was found by a member of staff as he went to put a bag of rubbish in an industrial bin at the back of the store in Holmes Chapel Road, Middlewich, on Saturday, August 29. But he saw something move and immediately went to get his manager.

The kitten has now been taken to an … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is reminding people about the importance of cat neutering after two sets of kittens were found abandoned in Stoke-on-Trent in the space of two days.

Three black-and-white female kittens were found in a field off Leek Road, Stoke-on-Trent, on Sunday (30 August) evening.

Then on Monday morning (31 August), one black female kitten and two male black-and-white kittens were found abandoned in a box in a hedge in Sandcrest Walk, Meir.

RSPCA inspector Laura Bryant, who attended the … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a lurcher-type dog was found abandoned with black duct tape tied painfully tight around her muzzle near Faringdon last Saturday (15 August).

The young female dog, who has now been renamed Clover due to her lucky escape, was found walking the streets near Puddleduck Lane in Great Coxwell by locals who eventually managed to catch her before calling the RSPCA for help.

RSPCA inspector Nikki Denham said: “I was horrified at what I … Continue reading…