RSPCA appeals for information about Baloo and Bagheera

The RSPCA is appealing for information after two kittens were seen being thrown out of a car in Bognor, West Sussex on Thursday (17 September).

A member of the public saw the two little black cats, both males and thought to be aged around 12 weeks, being picked up from the back seat of a large silver car from his home in Regents Way at around 3.30pm. They were chucked onto the … Continue reading…

There was a happy ending for a swan who was released back to the wild on Wednesday (9 September) after being shot in the head with an airgun. 
The stricken swan was rescued by the RSPCA on 1 July after he was found by a passer-by with blood coming from the wound in airgun hotspot on a stretch of river in March, Cambridgeshire

He was rushed to RSPCA East Winch Wildlife Centre, in Norfolk, for treatment and x-rays showed the … 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…

Vets ‘overwhelmed’ by public who have taken Gizmo to their heart

A four month-old foal is in a critical condition after he was found dying by the side of the road in Essex.

The RSPCA was called after Gizmo, a tiny piebald cob, was found without his mother near Ridgewell Caravan Park in Yeldham Road, Ridgewell in Halstead in an emaciated, extremely poorly state on Tuesday (17 February).

Along with the police and a vet, vet nurse and yard manager … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information to find the owner of two Shetland ponies. One pony was found dead and another was underweight and suffering.


The RSPCA attended South Drive in Hebburn on Friday 21 November.


The surviving pony was seized by police on veterinary advice and placed in RSPCA care.


RSPCA inspector Catherine Richardson said: “Unfortunately we haven’t been able to find the owner of these ponies so far, and are appealing to the public today … Continue reading…