Thursday August 8 2013
Bryn-y-Maen Animal Centre in North Wales is calling on the public’s help to rehome or foster a kitten in their care. There are currently 23 kittens at the centre in Upper Colwyn Bay and even more in boarding accommodation waiting for spaces to become available. The cats and kittens have mainly been removed from homes throughout Wales where a lack of neutering has led to uncontrollable numbers.
An un-neutered female cat can produce up to 18 … Continue reading…
We are appealing for information after a kitten was stuffed inside a suitcase and then thrown into a river in Whitworth, Lancashire last Friday (August 2).
The 16-week-old male kitten was found after a passer-by heard a meow coming from the river at about midday. They pulled the battered black case from the water at the junction of Milner Road and Rivers Edge Road and discovered the tiny animal inside.
The blue grey tabby was soaking wet, shivering and … Continue reading…
Renowned nature lover and TV presenter Bill Oddie is to share his passion for wildlife at our Mallydams Wood Wildlife Centre near Hastings, East Sussex on Saturday (August 10).
Our vice president will be taking part in a question and answer session at the centre’s annual Open Day, their biggest fundraising event of the year. He will also officially open a new aviary dedicated to birds which are part of legal cases.
Bill Oddie said:
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An injured dog has been found in a box shoved under a horse trailer in Wormley West End in Hertfordshire.
The female, tan and white, Jack Russell terrier was examined by a vet and found to have suspected bite injuries and fractures on her right front leg.
She was found yesterday (6 August) afternoon in Beaumont Road off Bread and Cheese Lane with a dressing on her leg and traces of purple spray which are typically used … Continue reading…
The RSPCA in Kent is calling on the public to help rehome or foster a whole array of cats as they currently have more than 350 in their care.
Branches and animal centres have simply run out of space to care for abandoned, sick or injured cats and many of them cannot remember a worst crisis for the feline population.
y the problem is that irresponsible and accidental breeding of cats is leading to our rehoming centres being full … Continue reading…