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Appeal for information after terrified six-week-old puppy was abandoned in Leigh

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a young emaciated puppy, thought to be aged around six weeks old, was abandoned in a cat carrier in a supermarket car park.

The female dog, thought to be a springer spaniel or pointer crossbreed, was found by a passer-by quivering in the carrier in the car park of Tesco, in Derby Street, Leigh, on Wednesday, 10 August.

As well as being underweight, the puppy – who has been named Lilian – was ... Continue reading...

Robin has lucky escape from glue trap in Luton

The RSPCA is warning about the dangers of glue traps after a robin had to be rescued when he got stuck on one in Luton.

The animal welfare charity was called on Thursday (18 August) after the robin was spotted on the trap in the garden of a house in Stoneygate Road.

Kate Wright, animal collection officer (ACO), attended the incident. She said: “The person who put the trap down was absolutely horrified. He had put it down because of ... Continue reading...

RSPCA issues neutering plea after spate of cat abandonments in Coventry

The RSPCA is reminding people about the importance of cat neutering after a spate of cat abandonments at the charity’s Coventry branch.

One of the cats abandoned at the Coundon Wedge Drive centre in recent weeks was particularly vulnerable as she was heavily pregnant, and another was dumped on a hot day.

Jade Mason, the branch’s cattery supervisor, said staff were concerned that people were abandoning animals at the branch. She said: “This puts the cats in a very vulnerable ... Continue reading...

Baby rabbits abandoned near Stoke-on-Trent landfill

The RSPCA is appealing for information after two baby rabbits were abandoned near a landfill in Stoke-on-Trent.

A man contacted the animal welfare charity after spotting the domestic pets – thought to be aged around three months old – on land near to Newford Valley Landfill, in Sneyd Green, on Thursday last week (11 August).

Both bunnies – one brown and one grey – were emaciated, dehydrated and had diarrhea. Sadly, the brown rabbit was very poorly and died later ... Continue reading...

Can you rehome a black cat on Black Cat Appreciation Day?

They are supposed to symbolise good luck – but sadly in reality, not all black cats are so lucky.

The RSPCA’s Stafford, Wolverhampton and District branch has become inundated with black cats which they are struggling to rehome – and they currently have more black than any other colour.

Alison Plant, from the branch, said: “Sadly many of our long-term cats who have been with us for many months are black, which is such a shame as they are all ... Continue reading...

Coo’s making that noise? Bird rescued from Birmingham chimney thanks to neighbours

The RSPCA is urging people to ensure their chimneys are not a hazard to wildlife after a pigeon was found dangling from his feet in a bricked-up fireplace – and is believed to have been stuck there for at least six days.

The bird had a lucky escape after we were contacted by the residents of a house in Elmbridge Road, in Birmingham on Saturday, 6 August, after they heard loud bangs from the wall of their living room. Thinking ... Continue reading...

Warning as heron dies after getting tangled in fishing litter in St Helen’s

The RSPCA is reminding people to dispose of angling litter carefully after a heron died from injuries sustained after he got his feet tangled in fishing line.

The heron was rescued by Animal Collection Officer Derek Hampson on Monday, 8 August, from a lake in Burtonhead Road, St Helen’s, after a concerned passer-by contacted the RSPCA.

The bird had got tangled in both the fishing line and the reel. The line was cut away and the heron was taken to ... Continue reading...

Injured hedgehog recovering after rescue operation in Staffordshire

A hedgehog had a harrowing experience after he got trapped in between a fencing panel and a post – and then got attacked by a dog.

Thankfully, despite having a gaping wound on the side of his body, the hedgehog was successfully rescued by the RSPCA – and is now recovering at the animal welfare charity’s Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre, in Nantwich, Cheshire.

RSPCA inspector Charlotte Melvin was called to the incident in Orme Road, in Newcastle, Staffordshire, on Thursday, ... Continue reading...

Appeal for information after emaciated cat is found under bush in Luton

The RSPCA is appealing for information after an emaciated cat – described as one of the thinnest seen at an RSPCA centre – was found under a bush in Luton.

The white female semi-longhair cat, thought to be aged around 10, was found collapsed on Saturday, 6 August, in Hartley Road by three women. They immediately took her to the RSPCA’s Southridge Animal Centre, in Potters Bar.

RSPCA staff transferred her to a vet but sadly, despite the best efforts ... Continue reading...

Horses were shut away in shipping containers for 22 hours a day

A man has been disqualified from keeping horses for life after five horses were kept in two dirty and humid shipping containers on his farm for at least 22 hours a day.

Anthony Melland (DOB 01/12/1970), of Ashbourne Road, Flagg, appeared at Chesterfield Magistrates’ Court yesterday (Thursday 11 August) to be sentenced for animal welfare offences.

He pleaded guilty at a hearing last week to causing unnecessary suffering to a miniature Shetland pony by failing to address his poor body ... Continue reading...

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