A lifeline for the city’s pets for 40 years. London was a far different place in the 1930s in respect to the number of animals residing within the Greater London area and the standard of animal welfare. Estimates suggest that there were 1.5 million cats, 400,000 dogs, 18,000 horses and a multitude of livestock including … Continue reading Memories of the RSPCA London Night Emergency Service 1936-76.
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