Our latest news stories from the past month.
- Staffie puppy left abandoned bald from mange and in pain
We’ve rescued a four-month-old Staffordshire bull terrier puppy who was abandoned, bald from mange and tied to a lamppost in Stoke-on-Trent.
- Emaciated horse found in Essex fights for her life
Young mare Lara was tied to scrubland by a chain, so thin, you could see every bone in her body.
- More than one animal is abandoned every hour in England
New figures show that 33 abandoned animals have been reported to us every day on average so far in 2015.
- Community rally round lovable pony rescued from the roadside
A brave pony that was rescued from a Worcester city roadside with horrific leg injuries has won over the hearts of his rescuers and community that are fundraising to help save him.
- Microchip helps Maxine home, four months late!
We were delighted to reunite a cat with her owner - four months after she went missing.
- Cat suffers severe burns after boiling water attack
We're appealing for information after a cat returned back to his Cambridgeshire home with severe burns.
- We want to end 'severe' suffering of lab animals
80,000 lab animals experience severe pain, suffering or distress in the UK
- Deliberate cruelty to pets is on the rise
Our annual figures for 2014 show that cruelty complaints investigated by us in England and Wales have gone up once again.
Three Lancashire men given suspended jail sentences and banned from keeping dogs for life after admitting training dogs for fights.
- Lovable pony rescued from the roadside needs your help
Keith the colt has won over hearts of rescuers due to his sweet nature despite his horrific injury.
- Suspended prison sentence man captured on CCTV beating dog
A man captured on CCTV ‘relentlessly pursuing, punching, kicking and picking up by the throat and throwing’ his dog has been sentenced to two months in prison, suspended for 18 months.
- Stolen terrier flags down RSPCA van on deserted road
A stolen Yorkshire terrier flags down an RSPCA van on a deserted road, more than 100 miles from home.
- Pleased to see no Grand National fatalities for third year
We're pleased that this year's Grand National concluded without any fatalities and believe changes to the course made in 2012 has helped save lives.
- We want a reduction in number of Grand National runners
We're maintaining that a reduction in the number of horses starting the Grand National should be considered by racing authorities to reduce risk to horses and jockeys.