It has scarring on its head which looks like it was caused by burns. The RSPCA is appealing for help to find the owner.Read the full story ›
Four kittens survived being thrown at a train in Norfolk - but now police are hunting the person who killed a fifth.Read the full story ›
12 kittens have been found abandoned and apparently left to die in Norfolk.Read the full story ›
The RSPCA is investigating after a kitten was found tied up in a pillow case on a pile of grass cuttings in Suffolk.Read the full story ›
The RSPCA is appealing for information after two bearded dragons were found dumped in a carrier bag at a bus stop in Hertfordshire.Read the full story ›
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The country's first known set of twin grey seals have swum in the sea for the first time after being released from RSPCA careRead the full story ›
The UK's first known pair of twin grey seals born in the wild have been returned to the North Sea after being rescued in Norfolk.
The seals called R2-D2 and C-3PO were abandoned by their mother when they were three weeks old. Most seals only give birth to a single pup.
They have been cared for by the RSPCA for four months before being released back into the wild at Horsey north of Great Yarmouth.
"It was fantastic to see them dive under the waves and you think they're so hardwired, they know what they're doing.
"We don't teach them anything, we just get them fit enough to be released and it's up to them and they take their chances and off they go. So hopefully they'll have a nice, long, healthy life"
Click below to watch the video of the twin seals getting into the North Sea for the first time
Two wild deer which became trapped after getting tangled up in rope in woods in Saffron Walden have been freed by the fire service and the RSPCA.
A passer by spotted the two bucks in difficulty and called the animal charity. Their antlers had become caught in rope which then got stuck around a tree in woods in Sewards End. The deer were becoming very distressed, but eventually they were freed.
The RSPCA says it is important not to leave rubbish around as it can be a danger to many animals.
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a horse was found emaciated and collapsed in a Norfolk field.Read the full story ›