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“Helping people insulate their homes would cut bills and pollution, and should be a top-priority for climate and health action.” The popularity of the plastic bag charge also means that ministers should now extend the scheme to include convenience stores, says Friends of the Earth.Some of the more upsetting neglect cases the RSPCA saw last winter include: The trend looks to have begun again this winter, as only last week the RSPCA took in a dog suffering from such a severe untreated skin condition, she has virtually no fur left.The dog, now named ‘Ivy’ (pictured right) is at RSPCA Harmsworth Animal Hospital and is responding well to treatment.“The fact that every four minutes during winter somebody calls us to report neglect to animals is shocking, especially when you add that to all the other calls we receive at the same time about other welfare issues. “Issues such as animals not been provided with a suitable environment to shelter from the harsh weather and not being given enough food and water to keep them healthy despite the cold and damp are common complaints made to us.” Along with highlighting the winter issues faced by inspectors who are out on the ground tirelessly tackling animal neglect and cruelty, the national charity is also reminding people that it’s not all doom and gloom – as a nation of pet lovers, it’s important to celebrate the love we have for not only our pets, but wildlife and farm animals too.You can help the RSPCA to continue rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming animals in desperate need of care.The RSPCA receives more calls about animal neglect than any other issue during the winter months, receiving on average one call every four minutes.
While many people are busy Christmas shopping, going on winter walks or cooking a family dinner, others are having to make a call to the RSPCA.RSPCA superintendent Simon Osborne said: “It’s a sad fact that every day at work throughout the year can be tough for our inspectors and animal welfare and collection officers, but winter really does come with its own challenges and issues.In fact, we expect to take in somewhere in the region of 19,000 animals this winter alone.Support their winter Love Animals, Hate Cruelty campaign and visit the RSPCA Winter Campaign Friends of the Earth has criticised the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) for advising ministers that it is too early to adopt stricter targets for tackling climate change.The advice is contained in a report on UK climate action following the Paris agreement.The success of the bag charge shows that there is a huge appetite from consumers and forward-thinking businesses to radically reduce waste.