Our latest news stories from the past month.
Puppy abandoned outside church on hot September day
Investigations underway after a puppy was tied up and abandoned by a church in a Hertfordshire village on the hottest September day the UK has seen for over 100 years.
Children's favourites donate illustrations to raise money
World-renowned illustrators, authors and celebrities come together to support our Scrap the Puppy Trade campaign
Is 27 year-old Banjo Britain's oldest rescue cat?
Staff at RSPCA Southall Cattery were shocked earlier this month when they discovered that a cat abandoned on their doorstep is 27 years old.
Commuters enjoy virtual playtime with our 12ft pooches!
Shoppers and commuters in Birmingham are being given the chance to enjoy a virtual play session with four fantastic rescue dogs on a 12ft tall screen.
UK Animals in Science Committee - new appointments announced
Barney Reed of our research animals department has been appointed to the Animals in Science Committee (ASC) by the Home Secretary.
Rare booby bird found on Sussex beach recovering in our care
A rare red-footed booby bird that washed up on a beach in East Sussex has been responding well to treatment in intensive care at Mallydams Wood wildlife centre and is feeding up on fish.
Caling for a UK ban on wild animals in circuses
We are calling on the governments in England and Wales to follow in the footsteps of the Scottish Parliament and finally bring a ban on wild animals in circuses.
The stars shine at this year's Animal Hero Awards
Last night, Wednesday 7 September, TV star and animal lover Amanda Holden hosted the prestigious Animal Hero Awards at a glittering award ceremony at Grosvenor House, Park Lane in London.
It's black and white: badger culls should be scrapped
Westminster debates the badger cull but we stand firm. It is ineffective and inhumane.
Overweight monitor lizard found wandering in field
A three-foot long monitor lizard that went missing from a back garden in Suffolk has now been reunited with his owner.
Bat stuck on fly paper bathed back to health!
A pipistrelle bat had a soak in a ‘bubble bath’ at one of our centres after he became stuck on fly paper.