It was horrible to see and vets were absolutely sure the cause was antifreeze poisoning.”Smudge the pet cat had to be put to sleep (Image: RSPCA)Freya the cat the first victim to die (Image: RSPCA)The RSPCA has launched an investigation into the poisonings centred around the Lampeter Velfrey area of Whitland, Pembrokeshire, and today warned pet owners to be vigilant and report any information about the poisonings to its 24-hour emergency line.The first cat to die was Ms Davies’ black and white queen called Freya.
‘While there is a potential risk to pets from the ongoing swallowing of fluoride…the inclusion of the artificial sweetener xylitol in toothpastes is a more serious concern as this is much more toxic and products containing this ingredient should not be given to dogs.’
oppy, a Shih Tzu was found by RSPCA inspectors to be iving in its own faeces and urine (Image: RSPCA)RSPCA inspector Fischer found a terrified Poppy hiding under a bed when she visited the property in Fairfield on July 14.The inspector arrived to “extremely dirty conditions” to find Poppy’s fur matted together and crawling with maggots.Yesterday the dogs cruel owners Maureen Payne, 60, and her son Robert Payne, 38, were indefinitely banned from keeping any animal in a hearing at Liverpool Magistrates Court.Peter Mitchell, prosecuting, said: "Inspector Fischer found extremely dirty conditions in the house.
Now he’s looking for a home (Picture: RSPCA/SWNS.COM)‘Rocky hasn’t had it easy and has lived outside most of his life,’ Millbrook deputy manager, Liz Wood, said. Rocky with Liz (Picture: RSPCA/SWNS.COM)‘While some people may find his size a bit intimidating, he’s just a gentle giant.
‘Sickening sight’ Cruel pet owner dumps skeletal remains of dead dog in canal A CRUEL pet owner is being hunted by the RSPCA after the skeletal remains of a dead dog were recovered from a canal by a fisherman.
Police officers smashed open the car window to free the dogs (Picture: RSPCA)RSPCA Inspector Alice Cooper said: ‘Both the dogs were panting heavily and were extremely distressed. Penny and Zoe were signed over to the RSPCA after the incident and are now being looked after by staff at York Animal Home.
Passers-by grew concerned after spotting him at Clissold Park, in Stoke Newington, on Wednesday (Picture: Google Maps)The charity has appealed for information and is trying to find out why someone ‘dumped’ him at a time he ‘needed them the most’.
The dogs, which included two cockapoos, two Lhasa-apsos and four Newfoundland dogs, were spotted by a member of public in Redmile (Picture: Leicester Mercury / BPM Media)It is believed that the dogs were most likely dumped on Monday night – the same day that seven further abandoned Newfoundland dogs were found by the animal welfare charity 80 miles away in Syderstone, Norfolk.
Whoever did this must be covered in scratches.”Claw marks could help provide a clue to the identity of the culprit who hanged Hugo from the bridge with a piece of blue twine.RSPCA inspector Thomas Hutton is appealing for witnesses after being called out to the incident.Police, along with the Highways Agency and local fire and rescue service, were at the grisly scene to recover Hugo’s body.
Robert Fitzgerald, 38, killed the tiny Yorkshire terrier called Titch after he flew into a rage when he tripped over it (Picture: SWNS.com)A neighbour, Jade Leech, who had been asked to keep an eye on the dog by its owners, found the dead pet wrapped in bedding the day after the attack.
Titch died of blunt force trauma to the head, causing a brain haemorrhage and fracture to the skull (Picture: SWNS)The court heard the callous became stressed following an angry phone call with his employers on April 21 this year.
The poor pet was discovered by a dog walker who visited the park (Picture: RSPCA)RSPCA inspector Sarah Bagley, who handled the shocking discovery, said: ‘This is one of the worst things I’ve dealt with so far as an RSPCA inspector.
However, despite his precarious position, Max ended up being rescued by a fire crew from Paddington who were called to the building in Maida Vale.
(Picture: RSPCA)Who could see that happy little face and not want to take four-year-old lurcher, Blue, home? Since then, he’s seen 49 kennel-mates taken to their fur-ever homes before him, and only one person has shown an interest in adopting him since November last year (and this unfortunately fell through).