The RSPCA has managed to reunite an owner with her beloved cat, six weeks and six days after she went missing.

 

An inspector picked Lola up on Sunday 5 October after a call from a concerned member of the public in Stalybridge, Tameside. Lola had gotten into a block of flats and was hanging around the corridors.

 

Luckily, she was microchipped so a quick scan led us straight to Christine Pleszak and her family (pictured bottom right of … Continue reading…

Microchip shows Maxine the way home – months later!

Cat returns to overjoyed owner

 

The RSPCA was delighted to reunite a cat with her owner on Tuesday (21 April) – four months after she went missing.

 

Maxine, a long-haired 15-year-old cat, was seen in Leeson Crescent in Barton Seagrave.  Residents had been feeding her occasionally but they became concerned as she was looking thin and her fur was very matted.

 

RSPCA inspector Polly Underwood attended and realised … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for the owner of a dog impaled on a garden fence in Leeds to get in touch. It’s thought the dog, which was straying, tried to jump the obstacle and got stuck on spikes which went through his front paws.

 

He was discovered by the owner of the property on Foundry Mill Drive, Seacroft on Tuesday lunchtime (21 October 2014), hanging from the fence covered in blood.

 

RSPCA inspector Carol Neale said: “The owner … Continue reading…

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We are appealing for the owner of a cat found in Redditch to contact us.

The white cat, named Snowy, was found in a garden in Ash Tree Road on Monday 24 February.She was collected by us after a resident managed to confine her in their summerhouse.

Snowy had been seen in the area for some time, but she had developed a very sore looking ear wound which prompted a resident to contact us.

The cat, thought to be … Continue reading…