Stacey Lockhurst avoids jail after keeping dog in squalid cage with no food or water

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Dog owner, 27, starved her German Shepherd puppy in tiny cage with no food or water for SEVEN MONTHS (but she”s avoided jail) WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Kent woman Stacey Lockhurst got suspended jail termKept puppy Jack in cage surrounded by his own wasteRSPCA said it”s one of “worst cruelty cases ever seen”

RSPCA: Sick trio of dog breeders who buried two puppies ALIVE are jailed for five months

Buried alive! Back-street dog breeders are jailed for cruelty after newborn puppies are dumped in the ground RSPCA officers discovered the tiny animals fighting for life after being buried in the back garden of the home of James and Lorraine Perks in TamworthThe Jack Russell puppies were put down soon after due to their condition The animals were rescued along with 15 puppies and nine adult dogs At Burton Magistrates” Court, James Perks, 74, his wife Lorraine, 49, and Stephen Jenkins, 35, were all sentenced to 25 weeks in prison

Teenager, 19, battered dog with hammer 20 times and stabbed it through chest before leaving home to sign on at the JobCentre

Teenager, 19, battered dog with hammer 20 times and stabbed it through chest before leaving home to sign on at the JobCentreSean Deakin had only owned the dog for a few daysStaffordshire bull terrier Tyson took eight hours to dieDeakin offered the court no explanation for the abuse

Tiny puppy Bob is nursed back to health despite losing an eye after being dumped in vet’s car park

Who could hurt Miracle Bob Abused puppy nursed back to health despite losing an eye and being dumped in vet”s car parkThe black and white puppy is one of the tiniest ever rescued by the RSPCA
Bob was just eight weeks old and weighed less than a kilo when he was found, shivering from the cold and in agony from a ruptured eyeball

Nature lover leaves wildlife haven to RSPCA who sell it to be bulldozed and built on

Nature lover leaves wildlife haven to RSPCA who sell it to be bulldozed and built on .The greatest joy in the life of animal enthusiast David Brown was the wild habitat he owned opposite his cottage that was home to foxes, badgers, hedgehogs and squirrels.