Three helpless rabbits have been found dumped at a Morrisons supermarket in Barry.
RSPCA Cymru was alerted shortly after a member of the public reported finding the rabbits last Tuesday (10 March), at Waterfront Retail Park in the Vale of Glamorgan town.
Two of the rabbits were found inside a supermarket trolley, with a third in a crisp box placed in the trolley.
Nothing in the boxes gave any clues as to who owns the rabbits or where they came … Continue reading…
RSPCA Preston & District Branch Animal Centre is to re-open to the public this weekend.
The centre will open its doors from 11am until 3pm on Sunday (10 March), and staff are inviting supporters to drop in for a look around and a slice of cake.
RSPCA Regional Operations Manager for the North West, Anne Corbishley, said: “We’re very excited to re-open the centre to the public.”
“We’ve had a lot of support whilst the centre has been … Continue reading…
RSPCA Preston & District Branch Animal Centre is to re-open to the public next month.
The centre closed in December 2017 so that improvements could be made. The dogs, cats and rabbits being cared for there at the time were transferred to other RSPCA animal centres.
The doors will re-open on Sunday 10 March.
RSPCA Regional Operations Manager for the North West, Anne Corbishley, said: “We’re very excited to be able to re-open the centre to the … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after 25 rabbits were abandoned in freezing cold blizzard conditions in Sheffield at the weekend.
The rabbits were found in a large cardboard box in an alleyway near Landseer Drive, Gleadless on Saturday morning (17 March) and taken in by a member of the public, who called us.
Nine of the 20 newborn babies have since died.
RSPCA animal welfare officer (AWO) Liz Braidley said: “Some of the rabbits had been … Continue reading…
An RSPCA animal centre is urging the public to donate blankets and hot water bottles to help the animals in its care this winter.
RSPCA Newport Animal Centre rehomed 380 animals in 2016, and helps dogs, cats, rabbits and other small furry animals find a second chance of happiness in a new forever home.
The centre, based on Hartridge Farm Road, uses hot water bottles in its cattery, while blankets are used for bedding and animal care across the centre…. Continue reading…