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Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

Animal welfare charity in England and Wales

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Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals: Animal welfare charity in England and Wales
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) is a charity operating in England and Wales that promotes animal welfare. The RSPCA is funded primarily by voluntary donations. Its patron is Queen Elizabeth II. Founded in 1824, it is the oldest and largest animal welfare organisation in the world and is one of the largest charities in the UK. The organisation also does international outreach work across Europe, Africa and Asia.

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Dog undergoes dramatic transformation after being found with fur like 'hardened shell'

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'Think carefully': RSPCA issues warning over exotic pets after seven snakes abandoned at home

The RSPCA has issued a warning over exotic pets after seven snakes were found abandoned at a house in Greater Manchester.
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Kurt Zouma: West Ham defender and brother Yoan charged by RSPCA over cat video

West Ham's Kurt Zouma and brother Yoan are charged by the RSPCA under the 2006 Animal Welfare Act for their roles in filming Kurt kicking a cat.
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Warning over dogs being abandoned as owners struggle with return to work and cost of living rise

The RSPCA is warning that as people return to work after the pandemic, and struggle with the increased cost of living, more dogs and other animals will be abandoned.
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Zouma to go on RSPCA course - Moyes

West Ham manager David Moyes says Kurt Zouma will be going on an RSPCA course following the video footage showing him kicking and slapping his cat.
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Yoan Zouma: Dagenham will not pick player during RSPCA investigation

Dagenham say they will not select Yoan Zouma while an investigation into his involvement in a cat-kicking video takes place.
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Authorities Take Kurt Zouma's Cats After Soccer Star Was Seen Beating Animals On Video

Authorities in the UK have confirmed to TMZ Sports that Kurt Zouma's cats have been taken from the soccer star after he was seen on video kicking and slapping the animals. The Royal Society for the..
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RSPCA removes Kurt Zouma's two pet cats after videos of him kicking one of them appeared

The RSPCA has taken Kurt Zouma's cats away from him after videos emerged on social media of the West Ham defender kicking and slapping one of them.
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Footballer Kurt Zouma has cats taken away by RSPCA after he was filmed kicking one

West Ham footballer Kurt Zouma has had his two cats taken away from him by the RSPCA after footage emerged of him kicking one.
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RSPCA investigating after woman filmed kicking and punching horse

rspca investigating after woman filmed kicking and punching horse
The RSPCA is investigating after a woman was filmed punching and kicking a horse in a video that wildlife presenter Chris Packham called "appalling".
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RSPCA rescues 1p-sized baby mouse after cat captures its mother

rspca rescues 1p-sized baby mouse after cat captures its mother
A baby mouse the size of a 1p coin has been rescued by the RSPCA.
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Hedgehog stoned to death among worst cases of rising wildlife abuse, RSPCA reports

hedgehog stoned to death among worst cases of rising wildlife abuse, rspca reports
Thousands of calls were made to the RSPCA reporting deliberate harm to wild animals in the last five years, the charity has said.
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Blind guinea pig and her 'guide' sister in hunt for new home

blind guinea pig and her 'guide' sister in hunt for new home
A totally blind guinea pig and her sister that helps guide her around are in need of a new home after being taken in by the RSPCA.
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