The RSPCA is appealing for information after the body of a cat was found in a picnic basket washed up on a beach at Caister-on-Sea last night (Wednesday, 13, June).

The picnic basket was found by members of the public, who opened it up and discovered the dead cat inside.

They contacted the RSPCA, who have now launched an investigation into the death.

The cat is thought to be a young adult, black and white in colour, and was wearing … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after the body of a dog was found in the River Thurne at Potter Heigham yesterday (Tuesday, 13 June) afternoon.

The dog was spotted by concerned members of the public who rushed into the river but sadly the adult German Shepherd was already dead.

The police were called, who then contacted the RSPCA who have launched an investigation into the death.

The dog was wearing a metal choker collar which was clipped to a … Continue reading…

The RSPCA today launched an appeal for old towels to help sick common seal pups recover at its East Winch Wildlife Centre.

Many of the pups are suffering from lungworm and secondary infections such as pneumonia and septicemia and need careful nursing. They are being checked by vets daily.

The RSPCA East Winch Wildlife Centre in Norfolk is in desperate need of old towels which are used to help to provide much-needed warmth for seal pups being cared for at … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after ten kittens were found dumped in a box in the middle of a field in Sutton Bridge, Norfolk.

One of the tiny animals, thought to be around three to four weeks old, was already dead and the other nine were all suffering from severe conjunctivitis and dehydration.

They were found early on Monday morning (2 June) by a passing farm worker on land near Gunthorpe Road, Walpole Marsh. The RSPCA were called and … Continue reading…

27.02.14

The first batch of the tidal orphan seal pups were yesterday (26 February) released back into the wild following weeks of rehabilitation.

A total of eight pups were released back to the sea at Winterton on Sea, Norfolk – to the delight of staff and volunteers at our East Winch Wildlife Centre.

The centre has been caring for a staggering 101 pups since December following one of the biggest rescue projects we have ever seen.

The seal pups, … Continue reading…