The RSPCA is appealing for information after a puppy was rescued with injuries thought to have been caused by being beaten.
A member of the public called the RSPCA about the puppy they’d bought with the change in their pocked from teenagers in Stokesley, North Yorkshire, after seeing it being mistreated in Sowerby Crescent at 1pm yesterday (Sunday 5 April).
The dog is described as a Patterdale terrier, and was aged around five-months-old. He wasn’t microchipped or wearing … Continue reading…
An RSPCA officer had her face spat in by members of a group of teenagers who shouted “have Corona b****” whilst she was rescuing a swan in Hull, East Yorkshire.
Animal Welfare Officer Leanne Honess-Heather was helping a swan who was tangled in fishing line when she was approached by the five male youths aged 16 or 17.
The incident happened on Saturday (21 March) close to Rush Lyvars Fishing lake, Preston Road, Hedon, Hull.
Leanne said: … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a number of teenagers were witnessed attacking a Jack Russell-type dog called Millie.
The incident happened at the top of New Road in Earby, Pendle, Lancashire at around 7.40pm on Saturday 16 November.
RSPCA inspector Adam Dickenson said: “There was a disturbance involving a large number of young people on the street outside Millie’s house.
“Her owner opened their door to see what was going on and Millie ran out…. Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after collecting a suffering rabbit who was given away by three teenagers in Hull, East Yorkshire yesterday.
The boys – thought to be aged 13 or 14 years old – were reportedly approaching people and knocking on doors on 1st Avenue, offering the male rabbit for free.
RSPCA inspector Laura Barber said: “I picked him up from a concerned member of the public, who had taken him from the teenagers.
“The poor … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat was attacked by five youths in Middlesbrough, leaving her with a dislocated hip.
The teenagers were witnessed kicking and spitting at the young black cat in Union Street at around 10pm last Monday (27 February).
RSPCA inspector Krissy Raine said: “A member of the public saw what was happening and intervened.
“They said the teenagers – five of them in total, all male and wearing tracksuits - kicked … Continue reading…