The RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat was thrown out of a moving car in broad daylight.
A member of the public witnessed the incident at 12.10pm on Wednesday 5 July, in Pooles Lane, in Willenhall, in the West Midlands.
Sadly, the female ginger and white cat – thought to be around 10 years old – was put to sleep by a vet to prevent further suffering.
RSPCA inspector Rob Crutchley, who is investigating the incident, said: “The … Continue reading…
An underweight dog who was rescued after being spotted through a window is due to star on the small screen in Channel 5’s Dog Rescuers show presented by Alan Davies.
Inspector Kate Parker from the RSPCA was called to a home in Stafford after a member of the public contacted the animal welfare charity with concerns about the dog.
The whippet-cross, called Max, was being left for long periods of time, often sitting in the window, and was not being … Continue reading…
A plucky duckling which got himself stuck down in underground pipes was safely rescued – after an RSPCA officer played a DUCK video on her phone!
RSPCA Animal Collection Officer Cat Strawford was tasked with rescuing the duckling from Amington Industrial Estate, in Sandy Way, Tamworth, after a concerned member of the public contacted the animal welfare charity.
Cat said: “The poor duckling had fallen down a drain and as a result had got himself stuck in underground pipes. He … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a nervous corgi was tied up and abandoned outside a vets in Birmingham.
The male dog was found by a member of the public outside Fivelands Vets, in Church Road, Yardley, at around 10.50pm on the evening of Friday, 7 July.
Shortly before finding the dog, the member of the public saw two white Citroen vans hanging around the area, one with two males inside and the other with one male inside.
RSPCA … Continue reading…
An RSPCA rescue dog who desperately needed life-saving heart surgery is due to star on the small screen in Channel 5’s The Dog Rescuers show presented by Alan Davies this week.
Five-year-old terrier Molly had a heart block, which meant that her heart could not beat properly. Without a pacemaker, the condition would have eventually killed her.
A fundraising appeal was launched by the RSPCA’s Coventry branch in February to pay for the surgery – with the £2,500 target being … Continue reading…