Dog who could barely stand now has a sofa-ntastic home!
Every year we rescue thousands of animals from terrible conditions. Many have either been the victims of neglect, starvation or even physical abuse.
These animals are taken in to our centres up and down the country where our kind-hearted staff nurse them back to health in the hope of finding them a loving new home.
Lance is just one of the 11,000 dogs rehomed by us last year, most … Continue reading…
New polling of public, politicians and animal welfare experts highlights the need for the government to lead the way – and identifies the plight of research animals, breeding animals and those hunted for sport as top priorities.
This week we hosted an animal welfare debate with leading animal welfarists and members of parliament at the site of our very first meeting back in 1824.
The panel was chaired by our head of public affairs and included:
Convictions involving horses up by an astonishing 154 per cent
We have released our annual rescue and cruelty figures which show that we investigated almost 3,000 more complaints than in 2012.
The figures are detailed in our Prosecutions Annual Report, released today, which also contains a shocking catalogue of cruelty including the stories of Rocky the dog who was shot six times and left to die in a ditch; and Florence the shih-tzu whose paws fell off after … Continue reading…