Rats with burst tumours found dumped in bin bag in Leicester park”There is never an excuse to abandon an animal in this way and dump them like rubbish”11:41, 26 JUN 2018One of the rats found dumped in Braunstone Park (Image: RSPCA) Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailWarning: This story contains a graphic image that some may find upsettingRats with burst tumours were found dumped in a bin bag in a Leicester park.The white domestic rats were discovered in Braunstone Park, near Hinckley Road in Leicester.A member of the public found them at around 3.45pm on Sunday inside their cage, which had been dumped in a bin bag.They had blood around their mouths and large growths over their bodies.RSPCA Animal Collection Officer Sharon Knight, who is investigating the case, said: “The rats were left in a horrendous condition with burst tumours and covered in blood. The poor rats would have been suffering considerably and to be abandoned in this state must have been very stressful.Cats abandoned in cardboard box in Whitwick Woods”There is never an excuse to abandon an animal in this way and dump them like rubbish, especially when they are suffering. The RSPCA and other charities can help if you feel you cannot cope or can no longer care for your pet.”Sadly, three of the rats had to be put to sleep on veterinary advice but one of them was much healthier although a little skinny and has miraculously survived.
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After starting out doing cartoons in the underground press, Mc Neill went on to a mainstream career as a high tech artist/illustrator. His work has appeared in publications ranging from The New York Times and Rolling Stone to National Lampoon and Marvel Comics. Eventually he got into television as a action / effects director, winning an Emmy, in 1984, for Graphics and Title Design of the opening credits sequence for Night Live.