Two rabbits die after being abandoned

Two other rabbits and two guinea pigs also dumped

 

The RSPCA is appealing for information after four rabbits and two guinea pigs were found dumped in a field in Dorset.

 

The six animals were found at around 4pm on Tuesday 18 November on a track near a locked gate not far from The Cock and Bottle Inn, East Morden, Wareham.

 

One rabbit had already died and another was emaciated and so … Continue reading…

Young bunnies dumped next to bins

RSPCA appeals for information

The RSPCA is appealing for information after two young rabbits were found dumped in a pet carrier next to bins in Exmouth.

 

The two bunnies were discovered at 8.30am on Friday 14 November near to the entrance of flats in an alleyway off High Street, next to the Famous Ship pub.  They were inside a bright blue plastic pet carrier.

 

It is thought that the rabbits may have … Continue reading…

25.02.14

The RSPCA today announced that Chief Executive Gavin Grant has stepped down with immediate effect because of medical concerns about his health.

Mr Grant joined the RSPCA in January 2012 and has been instrumental in raising the profile of the Society as well as laying the foundations for its long term future development.

Mr Grant said:

“It has been a huge honour to have held this post. The RSPCA is a magnificent organisation at the heart of what is … Continue reading…

RSPCA inspectors have been putting themselves in harms way throughout the recent bad weather in order to rescue animals in danger. Many of these rescues have been complicated and dangerous and the demands on our inspectors have been enormous.

Latest flood rescue – Christchurch horses

Seven cob type horses have today (Saturday 4 January 2014) been successfully rescued from flooded fields in Christchurch, Dorset and moved to a safe dry area with food and water, ready for transportation tomorrow.

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The RSPCA is announcing a change in the way that reports of lost and found animals are logged.  From 1 December 2013, members of the public will be asked to go to Pets Located.com if they have lost a pet or found an uninjured stray domestic animal.

 

From 1 December, anyone who wishes to report a missing pet or tell us about an uninjured stray they have found will be asked to go to www.petslocated.com to register the animal’s … Continue reading…