A Staffie with a big heart is looking for long-term love and a forever home this Valentine’s Day.
Two-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier, Connor, arrived at our South Godstone Animal Centre in July (2013).
Staff at the centre have fallen head over heels for the cuddly canine and cannot understand why he has yet to find a new home.
RSPCA animal care assistant Joanna Davis said:
“We can’t understand why he hasn’t been snapped up. He is such a beautiful
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A specialist RSPCA rescue team has been in Wraysbury, Berkshire this week to offer help and assistance to the stricken town.
Not only have our officers been busy rescuing animals – including two adult Sheepdog-type dogs and their six puppies as well as a number of horses – we have also provided support to residents left stranded by the flood water.
Rosie Russon, from our water rescue team, said:
“We took the decision to deploy to the town yesterday, … Continue reading…
A homeless London moggie that weighs almost twice his recommended size is being slimmed down with the help of leading feline welfare charity Cats Protection.
The six-year-old black-and-white cat weighed in at a scales-busting 11.75 Kg when he was collected by our inspector late last year. He is being looked after by Cats Protection’s North London Adoption Centre who hope to find him a home after he has lost sufficient weight.
Sumo turned up as a stray in a … Continue reading…
We’re warning pet owners to take precautions ahead of the storms and high winds forecast for the weekend.
Heavy rain and high winds could pose a threat to all animals and we’re urging pet owners in areas predicted to be hit by storms to keep a close eye on their animals.
Take extra care in extreme weather
There have been recent media reports of cats being lifted into the air by the strong gusts in some parts of … Continue reading…
Yesterday our dedicated water rescue team rescued 18 horses from a flooded area in Christchurch, Dorset.
Beginning at 7.30am the operation involved 17 of our specially trained water rescue officers as well as two chief inspectors and an equine officer.
They set up a corral at the location in the Stony Lane area followed by rope fences across the water to form a channel for the horses to go through and enter the corral area. Most of the water … Continue reading…