There’s good news for Bruce the dog who was found with holes in his head, having been beaten and set on fire in Cumbria.
Based on scan results back yesterday and feedback from his fosterer, vets say that he seems to be happy and enjoying life.
RSPCA chief inspector Rob Melloy said: “It’s nothing short of a miracle really.
“To say we are relieved by the feedback from vets is an understatement.
“We have been really … Continue reading…
Three Cockapoo puppies dumped in Wetherby just over a week ago are doing well in RSPCA care.
The two females, Olive (left) and Emmy (middle), and male, Gus (right), were found by a member of the public on a bridle track off Deerstone Ridge on Sunday 6 May.
Luckily, he managed to catch them and put them in his garden until an RSPCA officer could get there.
RSPCA inspector Kris Walker said: “As well as being very … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after an elderly blind and deaf dog was found in Grainthorpe, Lincolnshire on Easter Monday (2 April) in a very poor condition.
The small female white terrier was handed in to the dog warden, and the RSPCA was called the next day (3 April).
RSPCA inspector Laura Jones said: “This poor old lady was in a terrible state.
“She has a chronic skin condition with thickened skin, her ears were dirty … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a dog was found wandering around South Shields in a suffering state.
The black and white male dog, thought to be a Staffy/Border collie cross, was found straying near to the shops on Whiteleas Way on Tuesday 20 March and handed to the dog warden.
He is very thin and suffering from the skin condition demodectic mange.
RSPCA Deputy Chief Inspector (DCI) Helen Nedley said: “This poor dog’s spine, hips … 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…