The RSPCA is appealing for information after two horses were dumped in Leeds.
The charity was called about the horses on land off Gelderd Road, Morley on Sunday (20 January).
The colts – the term given to young male un-neutered horses – are described as small cob-types.
RSPCA inspector Dave Holgate said: “One of the horses was collapsed when I arrived.
“A vet and police came to the scene with me – and a couple of … Continue reading…
A much-loved cat has had to be put to sleep after being shot in the head with an airgun in Eggborough, Selby.
Dusty was found on Green Acres by a neighbour covered in blood, unable to walk or stand.
Her owner took her straight to the vets where she was given pain relief and x-rayed. Sadly vets advised she needed to be euthanised.
Owner Kate Brown said: “I’m devastated.
“It’s impossible to understand why someone would … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a Lurcher was found emaciated and suffering from a burst mammary tumour in Bishop Auckland.
Sadly the female fawn-coloured dog had to be put to sleep on veterinary advice.
She was found by a member of the public in the Hamsterley area and taken to a vets who called local charity Stray Aid in Coxhoe.
Sue Bielby, Stray Aid’s veterinary surgeon, said: “This desperate dog had been left for such … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a pug puppy was found in a cardboard box in York. She was emaciated and suffering from a prolapse which had become maggot-infested.
The puppy was found by a member of the public on Murton Lane, Murton on Wednesday 13 May and taken to Tower Vets.
RSPCA inspector Karen Coleman said: “This poor pup was in a terrible state. How someone could just dump an animal which was clearly already suffering … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a suffering dog was found on a football field in Bury, Lancashire.
The Staffordshire bull terrier was emaciated and collapsed when he was brought in to Armac Veterinary Practice on the evening of Friday 4 April.
Steven Batty, of Armac Veterinary Group, said: “He was brought in to us after being found by a member of the public.
“As you can see by the pictures, he was in a terrible … Continue reading…