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When RSPCA Inspector Anthony Joynes first saw Reo he thought she'd been fighting, because the wounds to her ears, jaw and eye were so severe.
She was in enormous pain, squirming and crying out. In fact, it was so bad that she had to be sedated just so the vet could examine her. It was discovered that she had a severe ear infection that had been left untreated for weeks, possibly even months.
An increase in calls year on year has put our already stretched Cruelty Line under increased pressure. Will you help this vital service continue to be there for vulnerable animals like Reo with a gift today.