As frontline workers, cleaners deserve better pay and conditions, writes Mike Cash , RMT general secretary, and Audrey Butler believes we are all key to society.Meanwhile, Lucy Matthews is emphatic that the Pets at Home stores do provide an essential service.
The young dog was eating glass and batteries because he was so hungry (Picture: RSPCA/SWNS) Walter collapsed when he arrived at the vets (Picture: RSPCA/SWNS) Now the dog is a healthy weight and has made a ‘remarkable recovery’ (Picture: RSPCA/SWNS)Nina said: ‘He’s the thinnest dog I’ve ever seen alive.
If I couldn’t bring the dog, I simply wouldn’t go because the thought of leaving Charlie broke my heart.The best part about these is that Charlie gets to enjoy all these events and socialise, and now Minnie will, too – these dogs have a better social life than we do!
Lancashire Constabulary said she was bitten on the hand and neck while trying to defend her own dog during the incident on the old railway lines in Brookfield.
The victim didn’t care about the cash or camera, they just wanted the photos of their dog (Picture: Facebook/Getty)Ready to have a little cry? The unknown writer says the man in their house robbed them, taking their cash and their DSLR camera – but they don’t care about that.
Almond and Cashew were in a pitiful state when discovered in cage (Image: RSPCA) As RSPCA inspectors were investigating the appalling way two suffering pets had been abandoned in a locked cage came reports of another dog left tied to a bale of straw.