Wednesday 8 January 2014

The RSPCA is appealing for information after four degus were found dumped in a layby in Cardiff by a member of the public.

The animals were found inside a cage behind some bins at Lamby Way in Rumney on Monday 6 January. The cages was completely soaked through with rain and covered in faeces and urine. Although three of the degus were bright and alert they were in poor body condition and very hungry. The fourth … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for a new home for ‘Ted’ this New Year, a loving dog who was abused and neglected before coming to the charity.


The young male American bulldog cross was signed over to the RSPCA in March last year, since when he’s been in the care of the Leeds, Wakefield & District Branch.


When he arrived he was underweight and covered in sores and burns – thought to be from a radiator in the cupboard … Continue reading…

RSPCA inspectors have been putting themselves in harms way throughout the recent bad weather in order to rescue animals in danger. Many of these rescues have been complicated and dangerous and the demands on our inspectors have been enormous.

Latest flood rescue – Christchurch horses

Seven cob type horses have today (Saturday 4 January 2014) been successfully rescued from flooded fields in Christchurch, Dorset and moved to a safe dry area with food and water, ready for transportation tomorrow.

This … Continue reading…


Would you like to use your skills and experience in becoming one of the RSPCA’s charity trustees?

Our Council discusses plans for the RSPCA and makes the decisions that will affect how we deal with animal issues in the future.

The RSPCA Council comprises up to 25 volunteers elected to serve as trustees of the charity.

Fifteen Council members are elected by the votes of the whole RSPCA membership and serve for three years, retiring on a rotational basis…. Continue reading…