The RSPCA is trying to find the owner of a friendly lovebird rescued from the chimney of a house in Middlesbrough. 

 

The family who live at the property on Bradhope Road heard a noise behind their fireplace on Saturday morning (11 April) and found the little bird.

 

They managed to get the bird into a box and called the RSPCA.

 

RSPCA Inspector Krissy Raine said: “It was quite a surprise for the family to discover this cheeky … Continue reading…

A stray cat which was taken into an RSPCA centre has been reunited with her owner after a year of being missing – following a social media appeal to find her owner which led to an offer of help from the Swedish government!

Cookie went missing from her home in Westhouses, near Alfreton, Derbyshire, in August last year, devastating her owner Jessica Vestin, who had brought the cat over from her home in Sweden in 2015.

Jessica spent the next … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a dog was found dead in a canal in Mexborough, Doncaster with a block of wood clenched between his teeth.

 

Juno, a six-year-old male rescue Husky, went missing from his home in Denaby Main at about 7pm on Monday (16 November) after a gate was accidently left off the latch by a visitor.

 

The owner’s other dog, another Husky called ‘Rolo’, got out at the same time but came back on … Continue reading…

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…

A missing husky called ‘Murphy’ has been reunited with his family in Bradford thanks to the RSPCA.

 

He was signed over to an RSPCA inspector who visited a house in Manchester where the owner said they couldn’t look after their two dogs any more.

 

RSPCA inspector Natalie Avery said: “I took both dogs to RSPCA Greater Manchester Animal Hospital (GMAH) to be checked over and one of the staff said Murphy looked like a dog that was missing…. Continue reading…