RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after three cats in the Llys Cattwg area of Talbot Green died of suspected rat poison in the same week. All three belonged to the same owner who has five cats in total.

The owner’s first cat died on 14 September and veterinary examination confirmed the death had probably been caused by rat poison. Another cat died on 18 September and the third animal had to be put to sleep by a vet on … Continue reading…

23.09.13

We are appealing for information after a young cat had to have her leg amputated after being shot by an air rifle in Poole.

Phoenix, an 18 month old pale ginger cat, left her home as usual late in the evening of 10 September.

Her brother Jinx returned home, but the cats’ owner Vicky Willan didn’t see Phoenix again until Friday morning (13 September) when she found the cat at the front of her house crying and unable to … Continue reading…

Cat was injured following a fight with another cat.

Friday 20 September 2013

RSPCA Cymru is trying to locate the owner of a cat found injured in Newport on Thursday 19th September.

The female tortoiseshell cat was discovered bleeding with patches of fur missing in the Rugby road area of Maindee.

The cat was diagnosed with having an abscess on the base of her tail which was most likely to have been caused by a bite during a fight with … Continue reading…

Today (Thursday 12 September) marks the first anniversary of the Ramsgate live exports tragedy, yet sadly new government figures reveal that less than 40% of animal transport lorries are being inspected at the port.

 

At 11am today, the RSPCA along with other animal groups and Kent residents came together at the Port of  Ramsgate to lay a floral tribute in remembrance of the 47 sheep that lost their lives at the dock on this day in 2012*.
Gavin Grant, … Continue reading…

Appeal for information

20.09.13

We’re  appealing for information about a duck shot with a crossbow dart in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire – as well as trying to catch the bird to remove the dart.

RSPCA inspectors have been out seven times over the past few weeks to try to catch the duck. But the plucky bird keeps flying off when officers get close so she has evaded capture so far. Staff from another nearby wildlife centre have also attempted to catch her … Continue reading…