28.03.14

Today on ITV’s This Morning, two terrier crosses made an appearance in hopes of finding a new home.

Belle and Benji are currently in the care of our Millbrook Animal Centre. When they were discovered they were found to be severely neglected. They were incredibly emaciated, with matted fur, riddled in fleas and mites and covered in their own urine.

Thankfully while at the centre, after receiving lots of loving care, they have been able to put Continue reading…

Thursday 27 March 2014

RSPCA Cymru is trying to find the owners of a green iguana found roaming around the garden of a house in Newport.

The householder was surprised to say the least when she discovered the two-foot-long lizard strolling around her garden. After realising he was harmless she was able to catch the reptile and confine him in a box before handing him over to the RSPCA.

Inspector Selina Chan said: “This iguana is very tame and has … Continue reading…

Thursday 27 March 2014
RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after the body of an emaciated dog was found dumped at the side of a lane in the Vale of Glamorgan.

The large female Doberman was discovered in the village of Penmark near Barry on Tuesday 25 March 2014. She was wrapped in three distinctive duvets and had a docked tail. She was not wearing a collar and had not been microchipped.

Inspector Christine McNeil said: ”This poor dog had … Continue reading…

27.03.14

We are appealing for foster carers to look after pregnant cats and newborn kittens this Mother’s Day.

Our Central and North East London Branch picks up thousands of cats a year and is in need of people to come forward and help care for the most vulnerable.

The branch has 32 ‘pods’ which can be used by between one to four cats, they also have some trusted foster families who can take cats in to give them a more … Continue reading…

Goldie the Welsh Mountain pony is safe and sound after three days stranded at cliff base

Wednesday 26 March 2014

A Welsh mountain pony has been successfully rescued from the base of a cliff in Carmarthenshire following a major two-day rescue operation involving the RSPCA, coastguard and fire service.

Two-year-old gelding, “Goldie” had slipped 20 metres down a steep slope into an isolated cove at Marros near Pendine and was unable to get back up.

The RSPCA were called by … Continue reading…