Our latest news stories from the past month.
Teenage boy helps us rescue kittens under a shed
A schoolboy had a dramatic start to his summer holidays after he helped to rescue three new-born kittens who were stuck under a shed in his garden.
How far would you go to help an animal in need?
We're urgently seeking volunteers to help transport animals in need in Hampshire.
Holden out for an hero!
A nationwide search to find Britain's unsung animal heroes is now underway.
Foal found injured after suspected hit and run
We're appealing for information after a three-month old foal was found with burns to 90 per cent of his face and body, and other injuries thought to have been caused by a hit and run vehicle incident.
Yorkshire terrier found dumped in a dustbin
We’re appealing for information after a Yorkshire terrier was discovered in a dustbin by students in Croydon, London.
Couple left dogs to starve to death in padlocked cage
A couple from Doncaster have been disqualified from keeping animals for life. They had padlocked their two dogs in a cage in their back garden and left them to starve to death.
Sow did that happen?
Charlotte, a small crossbreed pig we rescued after she was found roaming the countryside, has given birth to a litter of seven piglets in her happy new home.
Buster waits for 19 months while 400 others find new homes
Buster, an 11-year-old brindle male, has been waiting for a new home at our Southridge Animal Centre in Hertfordshire since January 2014.
The current Hunting Act works
Three men have been found guilty and prosecuted for illegal hunting in Herefordshire.
Save the Hunting Act
With just hours to go until MPs vote on whether the Hunting Act will be diluted we're making a final call for members of the public to support moves to keep the act untouched.
Brother and sister disqualified from keeping dogs
A brother and sister have been disqualified from keeping dogs for 12 months after 28 shih-tzu dogs and one chihuahua were found living in filthy and unhygienic conditions.
"Bringing back fox hunting is tantamount to abuse of power"
We've condemned the UK Government's attempts to dupe the public and controversially reintroduce fox hunting through the back door.
Man disqualified from keeping animals after 'neknomination'
A man has been disqualified from keeping animals for three years after he was filmed swallowing a goldfish alive. We were notified of the incident after a video showing the act was posted on Facebook.
Spaniel Delphine to get potentially sight-saving treatment
Ourselves, the Animal Health Trust and the public are doing our best to give abandoned springer spaniel a brighter future.
We act on Wooler review recommendations
Our ruling council has agreed new processes based on recommendations made by an independent review of the charity’s prosecution activity.
Tar for the butter bath!
High temperatures leave ducklings covered in tar after crossing melting road.
Saddened by death of Julie Cowell
Saddened by death of RSPCA supporter who helped to save thousands of animals’ lives.
Lost kid on the block: Do you recognise this goat?
We're looking for the owner of a pygmy goat found lost and roaming in a London park.
We have elected a new chair of trustees
Daphne Harris has been elected as our chairman of the council of trustees.
Do you own the country's best rescue horse?
The renowned classes at Equifest in Peterborough sees the country's best rescue equines compete for the top spot.