Five kittens dumped in Gloucestershire
Five kittens were found abandoned last week with in Gloucestershire. The RSPCA is investigating the case of missing animals in the last month and is appealing for any information that might help to find the culprits.
A total of 27 animals have been dumped so far across the Midlands in the last two weeks, including five kittens and seven budgies that are the latest animals to be abandoned in Gloucestershire in the past five days. Seven budgies, one of which died, were found on a grass verge by the side of the road in Cheltenham last Saturday. Found near Notgrove Station, Notgrove, the birds were cold, wet, hungry and in great danger. RSPCA is investigating the abandonments. Five kittens were then found dumped in a cardboard box under some building equipment on Moseley Crescent late afternoon on Thursday in Stroud. The kittens, that are about 9-week-old, were taken to a nearby vets by a member of the public.
The RSPCA is appealing for information about all of the above abandonments and would urge anyone with information to please contact the charity. Calls can be made to the RSPCA national cruelty and advice line on 0300 1234 999.