Friday 17 January 2014

An RSPCA Cymru inspector has been left baffled by the deaths of two female collies whose bodies were discovered in a field at Crosswell near Crymych on Wednesday (January 15 2014).

The bodies of the black and white dogs were laid out head to toe behind a hedgerow with no obvious injuries or signs of trauma. One was wearing a leather collar but  it didn’t have an ID tag. Neither dog  had been microchipped.

Inspector Richard … Continue reading…

17.01.14

A pair of orphaned otter cubs rescued by us have become firm friends after they were stranded in separate incidents during the recent storms.

Santon and Storm are being cared for at our Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre in Cheshire after they were both separated from their mothers in river storm surges.

Inspectors were called to collect a 12-week-old female cub after she was discovered shivering and cold in a barn at the back of a pub called Santon Bridge  … Continue reading…

Thursday 16 January 2014

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information about the deaths of two puppies whose bodies were found inside a cage on Wentloog Avenue in Cardiff on Monday (January 13th 2014).

The male and female brindle and white pups were about six or seven weeks old and were found opposite the entrance to the Shirenewton caravan park.

There was a plate of red-coloured food in the cage, which looked like curry, along with a white and blue patterned … Continue reading…

Thursday 16 January 2014

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information about the deaths of two puppies whose bodies were found at Lloc in Flintshire on 6 January 2013.

It is believed the three-week-old white and black Staffie cross pups died after being dumped in a box on an embankment near the McDonalds restaurant on St Asaph Road.

After collecting the bodies, RSPCA inspector Tim Jones launched an investigation into the puppies’ deaths and is currently following up on a number … Continue reading…

16.01.13

We react to news that the government overestimated number of cattle herds with TB.

The revelation that the government has over stated the number of cattle herds with tuberculosis due to a computer glitch has proved, once again, the badger cull has become a complete pantomime.

Published yesterday on The Independent’s website, the government admitted that distorted data may have ‘significantly exaggerated’ the number of cattle infected by TB in Britain.

The government must now admit the cull … Continue reading…