The RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat was set on by dogs and died in Hull.
Four dogs were seen being encouraged to attack the black cat by two men and a teenage boy.
The incident happened in the garden of a derelict house on Flinton Grove and some wasteland behind the property between 10am – 2pm on Sunday 10 February.
RSPCA inspector Lucy Green said: “The witness described the dogs as being goaded by … Continue reading…
Three completely bald puppies with a skin condition have been dumped at a vet practice in Halifax, West Yorkshire – a week apart.
Two Staffy-types were brought into West Mount Vets, on Pellon Lane, at 5.30pm on Thursday 7 February.
A man wearing a hoody and tracksuit carried a box into the reception area, put it down and left before staff realised what was happening.
RSPCA inspector Sarah Bagley, who is investigating, said: “When the staff opened … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a thin cat with severe fur loss was found in Rossington, Doncaster.
The young adult female cat was found on Saturday 2 February near a park and some woods off Atterby Drive.
The finder kindly took her home and called the RSPCA for help.
RSPCA inspector Ben Cottle-Shaw said: “I picked up this lovely cat from the person who found her.
“She was underweight and had severe fur loss…. Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after three newborn puppies were dumped at an industrial estate in County Durham.
The bodies of the puppies were found when staff came in to work at a business on Dabble Duck Industrial Park in Shildon on Friday (5 February).
A towel with a picture of ‘Snoopy’ on it and a blue plastic carrier bag were found along with the puppies.
RSPCA inspector Clare Wilson said: “The business’ gates are locked … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after two kittens were dumped in a bin in Gateshead.
They were discovered at around 9am last Monday (28 January) in the industrial bin at the back of St Chad’s Community Project, Liddell Terrace.
RSPCA inspector Suzanne Edgar said: “The person who found them said the bin lid was closed and when they opened it the kittens were just sitting there looking up them.
“They took some photos (above) before climbing … Continue reading…