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Puppy is deserted by the aspect of the street in Chichester

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The RSPCA has launched an investigation after an underweight puppy was dumped by a roadside in Chichester.

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The seven-month-old spaniel cross was discovered by a member of the general public on Hook Lane on November 14 and was taken to a neighborhood vet for remedy and the incident was reported to the RSPCA. The brown and white puppy was microchipped however the registered proprietor stated he offered her 5 months in the past. The RSPCA have been unable to hint the brand new proprietor.

Inspector Andrew Kirby is investigating. He stated: “It is really sad that she was dumped in this way – she was severely malnourished and anything could have happened to her. When the vets weighed her she was only 2kg. We are keen to find out more information about how she came to be in this condition and why she was dumped and are urging anyone who knows anything to get in touch with us. Sadly we are dealing with more unwanted pets which is why we launched our Join the Christmas Rescue campaign and hope the public will support us to help more animals like this poor puppy. If you have information, please contact the RSPCA’s appeals line on 0300 123 8018, quoting reference 1184877.”

The seven-month-old spaniel was severely underweight and dirty. She has now been called Puppacino after being foundThe seven-month-old spaniel was severely underweight and dirty. She has now been called Puppacino after being found
The seven-month-old spaniel was severely underweight and soiled. She has now been referred to as Puppacino after being discovered

The puppy has been named ‘Puppacino’ and has since been rehomed. New figures present animal abandonment incidents have soared to a surprising three-year excessive because the RSPCA warns undesirable pets face a bleak winter. Already this yr, as much as the tip of October, the animal welfare charity has acquired 17,838 studies of deserted animals throughout England and Wales – which, if such tendencies proceed, would equate to 21,417 studies over 2023.

The RSPCA is elevating consciousness of the surprising actuality dealing with deserted and uncared for pets this festive season – with the launch of its new Christmas movie. You can Join the Christmas Rescue and assist the RSPCA be there for animals as neglect and abandonment soars. A devoted cost-of-living phone helpline (0300 123 0650) has been opened by the charity and pet house owners are being urged to hunt assist if required. There can be a devoted cost-of-living hub on its website.

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