When our inspector reached Tilly she'd collapsed in a yard. She was shaking, thin, and barely responsive. Worst of all, her face and body were covered in red raw scalds.
We don't know how Tilly got her injuries. But what we do know from the vet who first saw her is that Tilly's scalds were left untreated for at least five days. The pain must have been excruciating.
Every week, we investigate on average 2,800 reports of cruelty and neglect. That's more than 400 a day. But finding animals like Tilly is just the start. Saving their lives takes real teamwork. Our inspectors and vets can only do what they do best because of supporters like you.