Our latest news stories from the past month.
Supermarkets back new RSPCA Assured food label
The new RSPCA Assured label (previously known as Freedom Food) has gained the backing of some of Britain’s leading supermarkets.
Teaming up with Surrey Police for a "wild goose chase"
Animal Welfare Officer Carl Hone teamed up with Surrey Police last week to rescue a family of geese from a busy dual carriageway.
Peanut is one of the skinniest dogs we have ever seen
Peanut, the 18-month old lurcher-cross is in intensive care after being found abandoned in a lorry depot in Essex, with an untreated broken pelvis, fractured femur and dislocated hip.
Can you help Fraiser 'leave the building' for a new home?
We are desperate to find a special home for long-stay dog, Fraiser, who has been overlooked by potential adopters time and time again.
Creature feature: entries open for Young Photographer Awards
We’re calling for young people to get out with their cameras and take photographs of animals for our annual Young Photographer Awards.
Studious snake collected from Didcot school
The caretaker of a school in Oxfordshire made a shocking discovery last week - an unusual new student basking on the window sill of the first floor maths room.
Cat with his head stuck in a crisp packet has been rescued
Animal welfare officer (AWO) Marie Stevens was called to West Sussex last week to reports of a cat with a crisp packet stuck on his head!
2015 Annual Review: securing bright futures for animals
Rescue and rehabilitation success stories, plus how we spent our money to come to the aid of a whopping 118,994 animals in 2015.
Nominations for RSPCA National Council
Our members are invited to vote in the 2016 RSPCA National Council election. Find out how you can get involved.
An update from our chief executive and RSPCA council
You may be aware of some upsetting reports that have been circulating about us this week. We want to reassure you that we continue to be committed to all animals.
We're urging public to back the fireworks fright campaign
A petition has reached 100,000 siggnatures meaning MPs will debate restricting the use of fireworks on 6 June. Help stop animals suffering and call on your MP to support the campaign.
We invite dog owners to the biggest dog walk ever!
We're expecting 500 dogs at each of our BIG Walkies events this weekend. These are the first of four flagship walks to encourage dog owners and their furry friends to be active. Which will you attend?
Puppy dealer jailed for selling sick and dying dogs
A woman who sold sick puppies - some who died just weeks after going home with their new owners - has been jailed for a number of offences.
Don't leave dogs in cars!
One of our inspectors has tested how hot it can get in a vehicle on a warm day as a warning to pet owners in the run-up to summer.
We respond to news articles about Irene Brown's cats
The truth about our involvement with the pets of Wellingborough nurse, Irene Brown.