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RSPCA ‘begging’ people not to dump their pets this winter

Summary by Ground News
The RSPCA said it has seen a 25 per cent rise in abandonment incidents this year. The charity said it is working hard to keep pets in loving homes this Christmas by providing support to those struggling. It is appealing to people who are in a position to donate to join the Christmas Rescue at a time when any contribution could make the difference between life and death for animals.
Published 2 months ago

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RSPCA ‘begging’ people not to dump their pets this winter

The charity said it is working hard to keep pets in loving homes this Christmas by providing support to those struggling.

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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RSPCA ‘begging’ people not to dump their pets this winter

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2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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2 months ago·Ketley, United Kingdom
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2 months ago·Bristol, United Kingdom
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RSPCA begs people to not dump their pets this winter amid concerning rise

The RSPCA has shared a warning against dumping pets this Christmas amid a concerning rise.

2 months ago·Bournemouth, United Kingdom
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