A 19 year old woman from Staffordshire is becoming an #AnimalHero by having her head shaved in aid of the RSPCA tomorrow (Friday 20 December 2013).

 

Nikki Kelly, who lives on Linden Grove, Newcastle Under Lyme decided she wanted to do some fundraising after seeing an RSPCA advert on TV. She said: “I wanted to do something to help.

 

“Animals don’t deserve the treatment they get and some of them suffer terribly.

 

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13.12.13

Hardworking staff and volunteers at the RSPCA’s East Winch Wildlife Centre have been overwhelmed by public generosity as donations pour in following the rescue of orphaned seal pups.

A large number of the pups were separated from their mothers by the recent tidal surge along the Norfolk coast, which swept many of the young seals out to sea before they could even swim properly.

Almost 100 seal pups were washed up along the Norfolk coast last week

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People in County Durham are being urged to be an #AnimalHero this weekend by supporting RSPCA Felledge Animal Centre and going along to their annual Christmas Fair.

 

The RSPCA launched its ‘Everyday Hero’ campaign earlier this month, which urges all of us to do what we can to improve animal welfare, whether it is reporting a case of cruelty, donating unwanted clothes to an RSPCA charity shop or putting food out for the birds in our garden.

 

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07.08.13

Renowned nature lover and TV presenter Bill Oddie is to share his passion for wildlife at our Mallydams Wood Wildlife Centre near Hastings, East Sussex on Saturday (August 10). 

Our vice president will be taking part in a question and answer session at the centre’s annual Open Day, their biggest fundraising event of the year. He will also officially open a new aviary dedicated to birds which are part of legal cases.

Bill Oddie said:

“It is proof of

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The countdown is on to the biggest ever RSPCA Felledge Animal Centre Fun Day – and this year there are going to be some very special guests.

 

The event, which takes place at the centre on Beaney Lane, Chester Moor on Saturday 10 August, is being opened by Durham County Council Chairman Councillor Pauline Charlton, who will also announce a brand new class in the dog show, ‘Best Felledge Rescue Dog’.

 

Councillor Charlton said: “It’s … Continue reading…