82 percent of public want farm subsidies for higher welfare
We've published proposals for how post-Brexit farm subsidies could achieve world class animal welfare
International Poultry Day
This International Poultry Day we look at how chickens chill out and ask people to spare a thought for the millions of broiler chickens who can't.
Abandoned horse gives birth to beautiful filly foal
Foal 'Sienna' is first to be born in our care, in the north, this year
Cat's 'miracle' survival after he's found impaled on fence
We're appealing for information about a cat found impaled on metal fence posts in London in the early hours of Friday, 9 March.
Dennis no menace
Dog rescued from terrible puppy farm becomes kitten whisperer
Ban of electric shock collars in England
We’re delighted that the Government has listened to the concerns raised by us and other animal welfare organisations
Online voting opens for "pawfect" animal snaps
Online voting has opened today for the RSPCA People's Choice Award.
A call every two hours about animals injured by litter
New figures have shown that we answer a call about an animal that has been harmed by rubbish every two hours.
Don't forget your pets as snowy weather arrives
Freezing temperatures and snow is forecast, so make sure your pets and animals are warm and safe this winter.
Lost baby otter rescued from deadly A64 road
We rescued a tiny female otter cub from a near-certain death, after she was spotted crossing the busy A64 in Malton, North Yorkshire.
China adds animal welfare module to its science curriculum
For the first time, China's science students can study animal welfare, following a long-term project spearheaded by our international team.
Mandatory CCTV in slaughterhouses
Our statement on Michael Gove’s announcement that legislation on mandatory CCTV will be introduced from May 2018.