01.10.14

We’re appealing for information about two kittens found dumped in the corner of a car park behind Ringwood High Street.

The two male kittens, who have been named Woody and Buzz, were found on Sunday morning (28 September) shortly before 9am, when Inspector Penny Baker was called out to the Fridays Court car park.

There was no form of identification on the kittens and neither had a microchip. Both are aged about six to seven months old and … Continue reading…

26.09.14

We’re desperately trying to find a new home for a very special mum who gave birth to a litter of kittens under a storage container at an Asda store in Lincoln.

All four kittens have found new homes, including the only boy George, who was aptly named after Asda’s clothing range.

But mum Asti, who was named by Asda staff, is still in need of a new home. We’re hopeful someone will come forward and take her on soon…. Continue reading…

27.03.14

We are appealing for foster carers to look after pregnant cats and newborn kittens this Mother’s Day.

Our Central and North East London Branch picks up thousands of cats a year and is in need of people to come forward and help care for the most vulnerable.

The branch has 32 ‘pods’ which can be used by between one to four cats, they also have some trusted foster families who can take cats in to give them a more … Continue reading…

20.11.13

Two people have been arrested on suspicion of a number of offences surrounding the sale of animals following a multi-agency investigation in Prestwich, Greater Manchester.

Uniformed RSPCA inspectors and officers from our special operations unit, along with Trading Standards officers from Salford City Council and Bury Council, as well as officers from Project Gulf at Greater Manchester Police, attended the property in Greenhill yesterday  (Monday 18 November).

Approximately 40 dogs and puppies, including French bulldogs, English bulldogs and pugs, … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after the bodies of three young cats were found laid out beneath a telegraph pole on a country road in Cumbria. They had suffered massive head injuries, thought to be the result of deliberate, repeated blows.

 

They were reported to the RSPCA yesterday (Monday 18 November) after being spotted by a member of the public on an unnamed road off the A593 in Hawthwaite, a few miles north of Broughton- in-Furness.

 

All … Continue reading…