The RSPCA Coventry and Nuneaton branch are appealing for the paw-fect people to become volunteer fosterers and help them care for rescue cats and dogs.

The branch takes in animals who have been injured, neglected and abused to rehabilitate and rehome them – but they desperately need more fosterers to help them.

Jade Mason, from the RSPCA Coventry and Nuneaton branch, said: “We need both dog and cat fosterers but particularly dogs as there is a real shortage at the … Continue reading…

Horse-owners are invited to give something back this February and consider fostering a horse or pony.

 

If you have the skills to handle a youngster, provide essential care for a mare and foal, or have experience of bringing on underweight horses, you can put your knowledge to good use and give something back.

 

With over 500 horses in its care and more being rescued each week, the RSPCA remains stretched for places for horses. The charity relies on … Continue reading…

The RSPCA’s West Hatch Animal Centre in Taunton is launching an urgent appeal for a special foster carer for a collie with a sad past who is now desperate for a temporary home to call her own after reaching breaking point in kennels.   

The tri-colour pure border collie who cannot be named for legal reasons came into the care of the RSPCA as part of an ongoing court case and is struggling with kennel life so much that it is … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is launching an urgent appeal for homes for horses, ponies and donkeys as the number in the charity’s care exceeds 600.

England and Wales are in the grip of a horse crisis and it’s the animals who are paying the price.

In the last three years the RSPCA received 69,410 calls about equines in England alone – with more than 22,000 in 2014. Calls in West Yorkshire were the highest anywhere in the country last year (1,447), in … Continue reading…

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31 January 2014 marks the beginning of the Year of the Horse in the Chinese calendar. To mark the occasion we’re announcing a huge rise in the numbers of horses rescued and taken in by us last year.

In 2013, we rescued, collected or took in 1,526 equines, 69 per cent more than the previous year.

We are always seeking new homes for our many horses, ponies and donkeys, at the moment we have just over 800 Continue reading…