A snake and four dogs abandoned in Scottish city as animal charity bosses ask for help finding owners

The Scottish SPCA have made a desperate plea for information after four pets were abandoned in and around Glasgow.

The charity appealed to the public regarding four dogs and one snake found across the Scots city.

Three of the animals have been taken into the care of the charity's Glasgow Centre while one is now in the care of the Lanarkshire centre, reports Glasgow Live.

The Scottish SPCA has urged the public not to get in touch with rehoming enquiries and stressed that they should only be contacted if they had information regarding the animals.

The animals include a male Akita found at Bailleston Care Home on April 30, a male dog found in the Shortroods area on April 24, a third male dog found in Rutherglen on May 1 and a black, orange and white snake found on May 1 Clinchyard Place, in the Galston area.

A statement from the charity reads: "Please note, this is not a rehoming post. Please only contact us if you have relevant information.

"If you recognise any of these animals please call 03000 999 999."

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