Royal Python Oxford

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a callous owner unloaded their Royal python and vivarium outside a betting shop and drove away leaving the snake stranded on the roadside.

The incident happened at about 5:30pm on Sunday 31 May outside Ladbrokes on Gloucester Street in Oxford. The owner is believed to have unloaded the snake in its tank with some bedding and other equipment outside the shop and then driven off without returning.

RSPCA inspector Andy Eddy who is … Continue reading…

25.09.14

A foal who made a miraculous recovery from the “brink of death” is now ready for a new home.

Hope, a dark bay thoroughbred type filly, was rescued by us in April after being found collapsed in a field in Oxford. She is thought to have been just four and a half months old when she was found.

She was extremely weak and so emaciated you could see her ribs and spine, as well as being covered in lice … Continue reading…

18.03.14

We are appealing for help to track down the owner of a herd of ponies found wandering in farmland in Oxfordshire.

The five mares thought to range in age from eight to 12 years old were discovered loose on fields in Burford, Oxford last weekend.

RSPCA Inspector Doug Davidson managed to catch and transport the ponies with the help of Blue Cross pet charity’s equine team.

Doug said:

“The farmers had managed to get the ponies into a fallow

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