This is the heartbreaking moment caught on CCTV footage of a puppy being dumped by its owner outside the gates of our Birmingham Animal Centre and Hospital.
The incident happened at around 11am on Wednesday 11 December at the centre in Frankley.
A silver Renault car is seen drawing up to the gate before the driver leans across to open the back door and makes the puppy get out. Then the driver wheel-spins off leaving the young Staffordshire bull … Continue reading…
Our research has shown that almost a quarter (24%) of pet owners will be dishing up a plate of Christmas dinner for their pet this year.
However, the festive treat could backfire as many of the traditional Christmas trimmings are toxic for dogs and cats.
Last year more than a dozen dogs were admitted to our hospitals after being ‘treated’ to Christmas dinner by their owners.
Festive food can be dangerous for our pets
Angela Grigg, manager at Putney … Continue reading…
We are set to release two geese, which had been shot with crossbows, back to the wild tomorrow (17 December).
The pair were rescued by us after they were seen injured on The Mere in Elsmere, Shropshire.
The release is even more poignant for RSPCA Animal Welfare Officer (AWO) Elaine Williams after she had her nose broken by one of the geese while trying to catch it.
One of the geese had been shot in its wing by a … Continue reading…
Hardworking staff and volunteers at the RSPCA’s East Winch Wildlife Centre have been overwhelmed by public generosity as donations pour in following the rescue of orphaned seal pups.
A large number of the pups were separated from their mothers by the recent tidal surge along the Norfolk coast, which swept many of the young seals out to sea before they could even swim properly.
Almost 100 seal pups were washed up along the Norfolk coast last week
The wildlife … Continue reading…
A survey we conducted has revealed that animal lovers are expected to spend about £300 million pampering their pets this Christmas.
Nine out of ten owners (91 per cent) are buying their pet a present this year, with almost a fifth (18 per cent), admitting they will be spending more on their pet than their mother-in-law.
Our poll of almost 900 pet owners revealed most (54 per cent), will be spending up to £10 on their pet’s present. … Continue reading…