RSPCA fears rise in neglect of tiny furry animals in Wiltshire

RSPCA fears rise in neglect of tiny furry animals in Wiltshire

This past year the RSPCA handled 93 incidents in Wiltshire involving tiny furry pets like rabbits, guinea pigs and hamsters whilst in Hampshire the figure ended up being 232.

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The charity fear they are able to wind up being forced to look after more animals because lockdown has sparked an interest that is big.

Figures for folks looking on Bing for little pets to purchase across England and Wales during March to August soared when compared to year before with looks for ‘rabbits on the market’ tripling from 18,000 in July 2019 to 65,000 in July 2020.

Looks for ‘hamsters on the market’ tripled from 10,000 to 30,000 while ‘guinea pigs on the market’ doubled from 19,000 to 40,000.

supplied by Grazia there is a big boost in beginner animals like guinea pigs.A

The RSPCA rescue groups additionally took almost 240 rabbits into its care during lockdown (23 March – 31 August) because of cruelty, neglect and abandonment.

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