Poor Tiny arrived at RSPCA Northamptonshire after his owner went to hospital. With a heart murmur and epilepsy, Tiny was a poorly boy. With careful attention and medication, Tiny got a new ‘leash’ of life and he has now been happily rehomed. Pets Foundation gave the branch £12,000 to help with their vet bills. As an independently funded charity operating separate from the National RSPCA, RSPCA Northamptonshire found the grant essential in helping dogs like Tiny.
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