Our latest news stories from the past month.
Our busy season begins with baby animals in need of help
The days are longer, the flowers are blooming, and Easter has been and gone. That can mean only one thing - spring has sprung in England and Wales.
We appeal after two owls in a week get stuck on glue traps
We're warning about the dangers of glue traps after two tawny owls had to be rescued in the same week after becoming trapped in the West Country.
Disabled dog makes amazing recovery after being dumped
A dog who was unable to walk when she was heartlessly abandoned from a vehicle has made an amazing recovery and will soon be looking for a loving new home.
Hoppy Easter! We celebrate rabbits
From the Easter Bunny to Roger Rabbit, rabbits are a firm favourite with families nationwide.
Suspended prison sentence for woman who breached animal ban
A woman has been given a suspended prison sentence after she breached a lifetime ban on owning animals, after she was found to own two cats - one of which had to have a leg amputated because of neglect.
Terrier rescued who dug under neighbour's house
We joined forces with fire crews to rescue a cheeky canine who got himself stuck after digging under a neighbour’s house in Wiltshire.
3.6 million animals helped since Animal Welfare Act began
On the tenth anniversary of the Animal Welfare Act we reveal how it's helped almost 3.6 million animals since the landmark law came into force.
Ring-tailed coatimundi found by shocked dog walker rescued
Officer rescues unusual mammal found wandering in North Yorkshire.
One year on: Is compulsory microchipping working?
On 6 April 2016 it became a legal requirement to have your dog microchipped. One year on, is compulsory microchipping working?
Second puppy farmer sentenced
A woman who was involved in the breeding and selling of sick and dying puppies in Solihull has been given a suspended prison sentence and disqualified from keeping dogs for life.
Prank calls revealed to tackle time wasters
A wild velociraptor on the run, a fire-breathing dragon in the garden, and an elephant hit by a car. If you were thinking these were all April Fool’s jokes then you’d be wrong...
We investigated almost 150,000 cruelty complaints in 2016
Our animal cruelty investigations are up by nearly five percent in a year to more than 400 a day.
Dumped foals collapsed in mud rescued hours from death
We are appealing for information to find the people responsible for dumping two poorly foals in a muddy field just hours from death.