A collapsed baby deer was ‘brought back to life’ with an oxygen mask after being rescued from a raging moor fire by firefighters and the RSPCA. 

 

RSPCA inspector Daniel Bradshaw was called to moorland off Sand Lane, in Wroot, near Doncaster, on Wednesday afternoon (20 May) by fire crews who had been tackling the fire for three days. 

 

He said: “There were eight fire engines and crews on the scene from across Lincolnshire and South Yorkshire trying to … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat’s body was discovered skewered, burned, and sitting on top of a disposable barbecue in Doncaster.

 

The cat was found in an alleyway opposite the shops on Beckett Road, Wheatley, on Thursday morning (16 April).

 

RSPCA Inspector Tamsin Drysdale said: “The person who found the cat said she had a skewer through her body and was laying on the top of a disposable barbecue.

 

“She was so badly burned … Continue reading…

A snake ‘wreaked havoc’ in a hotel room* in Doncaster on New Year’s Eve. 

 

The RSPCA was called about the kingsnake – which is a species commonly kept as a pet – at about 6pm after someone had checked into the hotel, gone to their room and discovered the reptile.

RSPCA inspector Sara Jordan said: “Staff were alerted and went to the room, saw the snake, closed and put towels up against the door and promptly called us!

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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 Cockapoo puppies were found in Wetherby in a ‘terrible state’.

 

The puppies – two females, who have been named Olive (left) and Emmy (middle), and one male, who has been named Gus (right) – were found by a member of the public on a bridle track off Deerstone Ridge on Sunday morning (6 May).

 

Luckily, he managed to catch them and put them in his garden until an RSPCA officer … Continue reading…