An RSPCA cattery is looking to find a home for a long-stay cat who has been looking for a new home for six months.
Five-year-old Snowy was taken into RSPCA Stapeley Grange by an inspector in January after she was found as a stray.
Since then, she has seen numerous cats rehomed before her – but no one has come forward to show any interest in her.
Now the centre is making a special appeal for someone to adopt sweet … Continue reading…
Teenagers in the West Midlands are being teamed up with RSPCA rescue dogs in an innovative course which aims to change the lives of the animals and young people.
Paws for Change gives young people who are experiencing challenges the opportunity to bond with and train a rescue dog which has had a difficult start in life.
RSPCA staff work closely with local youth support professionals and alternative provision providers to offer week-long training sessions for young people, teaching skills … Continue reading…
A baby roe deer who was close to death after being found all alone on a County Durham cycle path is recovering after being spotted by chance by an RSPCA officer.
RSPCA animal collection officer Shane Lynn was on his way to his inspectorate group office in Stockton-on-Tees when he thought he saw out of the corner of his eye a small deer on its own on a cycle path.
He got out of his van and started to walk … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat with severe signs of abuse was found in Woking.
The nine-month-old tortoiseshell cat was found with burns all over her body and signs of sexual abuse. She was found near to Bagshot Road yesterday (2 June).
She also had a makeshift splint on her front right leg and is unable to stand.
She is now being cared for by local vets, where staff have named her Minnie as she is so … Continue reading…
More effort is needed to end lab animal use and suffering, says the RSPCA, as a new poll reveals the public have real concerns about animal research and testing.
The animal welfare charity say the result of the Ipsos Mori survey demonstrate the need for strong regulation and increased efforts to develop humane alternatives to the use of animals.
The survey* (published today – 24 May 2019), commissioned by the Office for Life Sciences and carried out between August and … Continue reading…