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Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

Charity operating in England and Wales

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Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals: Charity operating in England and Wales
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) is a charity operating in England and Wales that promotes animal welfare. In 2017, the RSPCA investigated 141,760 cruelty complaints and secured 1,492 convictions. The charity also rescued and collected 114,584 animals, carried out 222,664 microchippings and rehomed 44,611 animals. Founded in 1824, it is the oldest and largest animal welfare organisation in the world and is one of the largest charities in the UK. The organisation also does international outreach work across Europe, Africa and Asia.

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Dozens offer one-eyed French bulldog Ugly Betty new home

More than 30 people contact the RSPCA overnight to adopt the "affectionately named" Ugly Betty.
BBC News - Published

Box of snakes dumped outside Frome vets

The RSPCA said it was "lucky" the nine corn snakes "were found when they were".
BBC News - Published

▶ Videos for Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

French bulldog puppy has surgery to help her breathe [Video]French bulldog puppy has surgery to help her breathe

A French bulldog puppy has had to undergo life-saving surgery after being left gasping for breath due to her flat face. Dory arrived at the RSPCA’s Bath Cats & Dogs Home earlier this summer due to..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:00Published

Seal named Sir David Attenborough is released back into the wild [Video]Seal named Sir David Attenborough is released back into the wild

A seal which was found with a plastic frisbee ring stuck around his neck has been nursed back to health and released into the wild. The severely injured adult male grey seal was rescued by volunteers..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 00:31Published

 

Puppy 'dumped in blood-soaked freezer' at Brenzett puppy farm

Mark Burgess is found guilty of animal cruelty after his property was raided by the RSPCA.
BBC News - Published

RSPCA hunt hooded man who dumped bag of tiny kittens in pub toilets

'It was touch-and-go as to whether they would survive'
Independent - Published

Seal pup on Norfolk Coast drowned after people pushed it into sea

The RSPCA says people thought they were helping the seal pup by putting it back in the water.
BBC News - Published

Stray 5ft python found at Islington house round boiler

The 5ft long brown and gold snake is being cared for by the RSPCA at its hospital in Putney.
BBC News - Published

RSPCA seize 65 dogs from van and house on Isle of Wight

The animals welfare charity says it is grateful to those who report suspected animal suffering to them.
BBC News - Published

Latitude Festival: RSPCA critical of pink sheep tradition as pressure grows

The RSPCA and Peta have added to criticism of the "cruel" tradition at Latitude Festival in Suffolk.
BBC News - Published

RSPCA recognises hedgehog rescuers who took on developer

Kyra Barboutis and Sophie Smith, both 13, encouraged a housing developer to rethink hedgerow netting.
BBC News - Published

Sea litter causes 'horrific injury' to Norfolk seal

The grey seal suffered a 2.5cm wound and the rope was removed by a vet, the RSPCA says.
BBC News - Published

Meerkats spotted running around Essex seafront after man breaks into Southend wildlife centre

It took a team of employees, police officers, PCSOs and RSPCA representatives to return the animals
Independent - Published

'Terrified' woman finds snake in Marlow kitchen drawer

The RSPCA says corn snakes are "talented escape artists" but harmless.
BBC News - Published

Snake found 'abandoned' in Middlesbrough McDonald's

The RSPCA warns of exotic pets being dumped after the corn snake is discovered in a plastic pot.
BBC News - Published

Man filmed attacking horse in playing field in Nottinghamshire

The RSPCA confirmed it was investigating the footage of the attack, filmed in Nottinghamshire.
BBC News - Published

Cat shot with crossbow arrow in 'sickening' attack

'It's a miracle that no serious damage was done,' says RSPCA
Independent - Published

Swan strangled by woman in park

swan strangled by woman in park
A walker called police and the RSPCA to say the bird was being attacked by a woman
BBC News - Published

Woman strangles swan to death sparking RSPCA investigation

Charity condemns 'unnecessary, tragic death' after woman spotted straddling swan and wringing its neck
Independent - Published

Costa Rica tree frog found in bananas at Nottingham Lidl

costa rica tree frog found in bananas at nottingham lidl
The RSPCA says the frog, nicknamed Lloyd, turned up in a Nottingham supermarket.
BBC News - Published

Teenager throws dog off cliff into sea in Falmouth

teenager throws dog off cliff into sea in falmouth
Police and the RSPCA are investigating the "upsetting" incident, which was shared on social media.
BBC News - Published

Pomeranian puppy found buried alive in Leyland field

pomeranian puppy found buried alive in leyland field
The nine-week-old puppy, which was found with severe injuries, had to be put to sleep, the RSPCA said.
BBC News - Published

Fox cub stuck in peanut butter jar

fox cub stuck in peanut butter jar
A fox cub which stuck its nose in a plastic jar to lick out peanut butter is freed by the RSPCA.
BBC News - Published

RSPCA rescues 4,000 exotic pets in one year

rspca rescues 4,000 exotic pets in one year
The animal welfare charity RSPCA says it received 15,000 calls about exotic animals in 2018 alone.
BBC News - Published

Three puppies abandoned in box in Darlington alleyway

three puppies abandoned in box in darlington alleyway
The RSPCA says the terrier puppies would not have survived for much longer.
BBC News - Published

Dumping of 167 chicks 'connected to Easter' trade

dumping of 167 chicks 'connected to easter' trade
The RSPCA says the dumping of more than 160 chicks has "some connection to Easter".
BBC News - Published

Fifty-four dogs locked in cages at home

fifty-four dogs locked in cages at home
The badly-neglected dogs were found stacked in cages by police and the RSPCA at a house in Morecambe.
BBC News - Published

Cornwall dog attacked by 'possible panther' at Callington

cornwall dog attacked by 'possible panther' at callington
The RSPCA takes a cast of a "large" paw print after a pet Labrador is attacked and scratched.
BBC News - Published

Fox 'knocked on door for help' after getting head stuck in plastic tub

RSPCA uses bolt cutters to free creature from container of protein powder
Independent - Published

RSPCA in midnight rescue of toy tarantula in Essex

rspca in midnight rescue of toy tarantula in essex
A shocked resident calls the RSPCA after finding the "big, black, hairy" spider outside their home.
BBC News - Published

RSPCA called to catch poisonous salamander which turns out to be cuddly toy

Terrified woman apologises after realising 12-inch long amphibian is actually toy complete with label
Independent - Published

'Thinnest dog ever seen alive' discovered in Lancashire by RSPCA

Starving bull breed type Eric tried to survive by eating glass and batteries after being abandoned in Accrington
Independent - Published

Snoop was abandoned in December, he's now got a new home

snoop was abandoned in december, he's now got a new home
The Staffordshire bull terrier was abandoned a week before Christmas, but the RSPCA helped get him a new owner.
BBC News - Published

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