The RSPCA is appealing for information after a dog who is thought to have been used for breeding was found abandoned in a Birmingham street.

A member of the public found the American bulldog in Bolton Road on Friday, 18 August. She was found limping and wandering in the busy road.

RSPCA inspector Kim Charles, who is investigating, said: “We could tell as soon as we looked at her that she had been overbred. Her mammary glands were very large … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a pregnant cat was dumped in a black bin bag inside a taped-up pet carrier in a Birmingham street.

A member of the public came across the meowing cat in an alleyway in St Saviours Road, in Birmingham on Wednesday 16 August.

The tortoiseshell cat, thought to only be around seven months’ old, is now recovering at local animal rescue Ashmore Rescue for Cats, where she has been named Maggie.

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The RSPCA is appealing for information after a poorly and weak kitten was found abandoned in a ‘Frozen’ shopping bag in a Birmingham park.

A member of the public found the collapsed kitten in Twickenham Park, Kingstanding, on Sunday morning (20 August).

He was collected by the RSPCA and taken to the charity’s Birmingham Animal Hospital. However his condition deteriorated and he died later that day.

RSPCA inspector Kate Levesley said: “The poor kitten was so cold and lethargic when … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a nervous corgi was tied up and abandoned outside a vets in Birmingham.

The male dog was found by a member of the public outside Fivelands Vets, in Church Road, Yardley, at around 10.50pm on the evening of Friday, 7 July.

Shortly before finding the dog, the member of the public saw two white Citroen vans hanging around the area, one with two males inside and the other with one male inside.

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A kitten just weeks old was safely rescued after falling down a pipe and getting tightly wedged behind a wall in a shop.

A customer who was visiting the DIY shop in Bristol Road South, in Northfield, Birmingham, contacted the RSPCA and West Midlands Fire Service after hearing the distressing meows of the kitten, on Tuesday last week (13 June).

RSPCA Animal Collection Officer Vic Hurr attended, and alongside the fire service they managed to cut the wall and bring … Continue reading…