The RSPCA is urging people to safely put away netting to protect wildlife, after a fox had to be rescued when she got tangled up in one.

The young female fox was seen by a member of the public trapped in the football netting at a school in Rose Avenue, in High Wycombe, on Monday (23 May).

Animal Collection Officer (ACO) Dennis Lovell, who attended the incident, said: “We do not know how long the fox had been there for … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information about an emaciated dead dog which has been seen on the back of a truck in Hemel Hempstead.

The dead dog was seen on the towbar of a truck in The Queen’s Square on Monday, 9 May.

Chief Inspector Rob Hartley said: “This is a very shocking sight for people and can be upsetting. We have no idea how the dog died but clearly it is an upsetting sight and we are keen to … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a young terrier in a poor condition was found near a Buckinghamshire windmill.

The male white-and-tan dog, thought to be aged around one, was found by a couple walking near Brill Windmill, in South Hills, Aylesbury, on Monday (4 April) afternoon. He had no collar or lead.

The RSPCA’s Chief Inspector for Buckinghamshire, Rob Hartley, said: “The two people who found him waited with him for an hour to see if any owners … Continue reading…

In the 700 days Bia has been in the RSPCA’s care, she has seen hundreds of dogs come and go – but the friendly Staffordshire bull terrier is still looking for someone to adopt her as their own.

Three-year-old Bia arrived in the RSPCA’s care in 2014 as a puppy after she was found in a severely neglected state in a back garden.

Now she is at the RSPCA’s Blackberry Farm animal centre, in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, where staff have tried … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat with a severe leg injury was dumped in a litter tray outside an animal centre.

The male grey-and-white cat was found at the gates of the RSPCA’s Blackberry Farm Animal Centre, in Aylesbury, this morning (Thursday) by a member of staff.

The cat – who has been named Tiddles – had such a severe injury to his leg that it has to be amputated.

Julie Allen, manager at Blackberry Farm, said: … Continue reading…