RSPCA finds dead cats, rabbits, dog and hamster at Bristol address

RSPCA officers have found dead cats, rabbits, a dog and a hamster at an address in Bristol after receiving a tip-off from a member of the public.

Avon and Somerset Police visited the house in Knowle on Saturday with officers from the charity.

"Our inspector found several animals both dead and alive," an RSPCA spokesperson said.

Several cats recovered alive have since been taken to the dogs and cats home and an investigation is under way.

"As this is an ongoing investigation we would be unable to say any more at this time," said the RSPCA spokesperson.

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