Please Don’t Limit the RSPCA in Animal Welfare Prosecutions

Pet Articles Posted on by Sandy Cosser

In an alarming move, the Environment Food and Affairs Committee has requested that the RSPCA (the world’s oldest animal rights organisation) take a less active role in bringing animal abusers to justice. Gudrun Ravetz, president of the British Veterinary Association, has said that the reasoning behind this is mysterious, since the RSPCA is responsible for 90% […]

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Why Landlords and Tenants Hate Mould and Damp

Landlords Insurance Articles Posted on by Richard Hannan

Mould, landlords and tenants: They’re combustible combination. Tenants feel landlords ought to take responsibility for the problem and fix it ASAP without any cost to them. Landlords, on the other hand, often feel that mould and damp caused by condensation is tenants’ fault because they dry clothes inside or keep the windows closed when they […] Read More

Teacup Doglets: Cups of Cuteness or Cups of Cruelty?

Pet Articles Posted on by Sandy Cosser

I’m the first one to admit it: a tiny dog in a teacup is adorable. And in a world where houses are shrinking and gardens are becoming less and less common, there are definite advantages to having smaller pets. A French Bulldog is going to require less acreage and less exercise than a Ridgeback or […] Read More