23.04.13

In a case that would be the bafflement of Scotland Yard, our staff were left scratching their heads after a tiny kitten was discovered stuck between the wall cavity of a first floor flat, with no indication of how he got there – or how he managed to survive so long.

For five days a tenant, from Liskeard, south east Cornwall, had heard meowing coming from inside the walls of his flat. After becoming increasingly concerned about the plight … Continue reading…

It’s RSPCA Week soon and this year, with your help, we’re hoping to raise even more money because we believe animals deserve better!

Every year RSPCA Week aims to raise awareness of what we do and during the week we try to raise as much money as possible to help us continue our vital animal welfare work.

We can only continue our work because of public donations and last year, with your help and generosity, we raised an amazing £395,000Continue reading…

The RSPB, The Wildlife Trusts and us have joined together to call for the ban on the discharge of a substance which has killed hundreds of seabirds.

The unfolding disaster of hundreds of seabirds floundering and dying along England’s southern coast because of marine pollution has prompted the RSPB, The Wildlife Trusts and us to write to Stephen Hammond MP – a minister at the Department for Transport – alerting him to the growing threat posed by the discharge from … Continue reading…

We welcome the news that McDonald’s has become first high street restaurant chain to serve 100 per cent Freedom Food pork from RSPCA monitored British farms- across its entire UK menu.

The move means that all sausage and bacon, used in the popular breakfast McMuffins through to the bacon in premium salads and promotional burgers, will all be from Freedom Food approved farms reared to our strict welfare standards.

David Squair from RSPCA Freedom Food said:

“Having one of the … Continue reading…

18.04.13

The Born Free Foundation, British Veterinary Association, Captive Animals’ Protection Society and us have welcomed the Government’s draft legislation to ban the use of wild animals in circuses in England, to be implemented in 2015.

We and all the groups, who have worked closely together for a number of years on the campaign to seek an end to the use of wild animals in big tops in the UK, have said how“delighted” we are to see the ban … Continue reading…