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Rescue dog saved and rehomed by RSPCA inspector wins first agility competition
16.06.2021

Beau was rescued along with 35 dogs from what were described in court as 'horrendous' conditions.

Pig in mud © RSPCA
RSPCA warns that Australia trade deal could set a dangerous precedent on animal welfare
16.06.2021

Boris Johnson must use all measures possible to protect animal welfare.

Mouse caught on a glue trap © RSPCA
RSPCA delight as ban on 'cruel' glue traps is step closer
16.06.2021

Big day in Parliament as trio of Private Members Bill proposed to help animals.

Debate time
Twelve primary schools qualify for RSPCA-backed debating finale
14.06.2021

The RSPCA's Great Debate programme has long inspired pupils to discuss ethical animal topics - and the charity has now teamed-up with Debate Mate to reach more young people.

Dog in crate
Warning of 'missing pet' scam
11.06.2021

We have received several reports in just 48 hours.

The otter is back in the wild
Watch the moment a West Wales otter returned to the wild after electric fence run-in
11.06.2021

The otter was rescued by the RSPCA after members of the public saw him lethargic and out-of-sorts after a suspected run-in with an electric fence.

Gordon at The South Cotswolds branch
RSPCA shares it's 'loneliest hearts' looking for their forever homes
08.06.2021

Barbossa, Gordon and Quentin were all homeless before coming into the charity's care

Isla the puppy
RSPCA welcomes landmark bill which will end live exports after 50-year campaign and tackle cruel puppy imports
07.06.2021

A new animal welfare bill, which includes plans to end live exports after 50 years of campaigning, has been welcomed by the RSPCA.

Sheep and lamb
Who are the winners in Australia's trade deal?
07.06.2021

There has been much speculation around what a new free trade deal with Australia, reportedly set to be signed amid fanfare ahead of the G7 summit later this week, will look like.

Seal on a beach © RSPCA
Campaign urging people to be responsible around coastal wildlife launched by RSPCA and Police
04.06.2021

"Observe, Don't Disturb" is the message amid incidents of water craft, motor vehicles, selfie-takers, dogs and campers disturbing marine mammals and birds.

 
 
 
 

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