RSPCA releases footage showing pair laughing and joking while cruelly abusing animal in ‘distressing’ video
There is a risk that, in marrying the role of fundraising, campaigning and prosecuting, the RSPCA has bitten off more than it can chew
Labour says move would 'endanger Britain’s proud tradition as a country that stands up for animal welfare'
It is thought the puppies had been living in their own urine as their pawpads were red raw
Inbreeding is so rampant that 10,000 pugs in the UK are descended from just 50 dogs and the consequences are dire
RSPCA launches investigation into 'appalling incident' in which a dog had been subjected to an 'awful ordeal'
The officers 'desperately need a crash course in humane animal control,' says Peta
They may seem like innocent ways to celebrate, but if used carelessly they can terrify, injure and kill all animals - wildlife, livestock and pets.'
Mike Reid, 54, vanished after he went to the aid of around 30 gannets stranded on rocks near Penzance, Cornwall
Mike Reid was called out to help save around 30 gannets stranded on rocks near Penzance
'It’s difficult to imagine the pain and suffering this poor little dog has endured'
Reports of the activity do ‘not appear to be true’
Vets built an anaesthetic chamber in a cotton bud box and used small dental instruments to allow the vole to chew food again
The RSPCA said legacies in wills pay for one in two animals
The RSPCA is appealing for anyone with information concerning the identity of the man in the video to come forward.
Defending her actions, she wrote: 'Don't panic everyone it was only for a minute but [the dog] hasn't barked since. POINT MADE!'