Could you help give our animals something to smile about?

30.04.13

We’re hoping to find forever homes for some of our moody looking residents.

While some of these animals may give the impression they are down in the dumps, they are actually some of our more colourful and lovable characters.

Two grumpy old men

Gruff Gryff and best friend Jack are often referred to as the two grumpy old men. In reality they could not be more lovable.

The two … Continue reading…

Monday 28 April 2014

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information about a tiny kitten who was found tied to a gatepost in the Penywaun area of Aberdare in the early hours of Saturday morning (26 April).

The black and white kitten, who is around six-weeks-old, was discovered tied to the front gate of a house in Brodawel with a blue rope. The local resident called the RSPCA after local enquiries drew a blank.

Inspector Gemma Cooper said: “Although the kitten … Continue reading…

28.04.14

The owner of a cat who was subject to an appalling act of cruelty in Blyth, Northumberland last week is thanking everyone involved in helping her beloved pet get home safe.

The young female cat, a Russian Blue-type now known to be called ‘Piper’, was rescued from a bottle bank at Asda on Cowpen Road on Thursday (24 April) where she had been dumped with a plastic bag over her head and all four legs tied together with elastic … Continue reading…

Wednesday 23 April 2014

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after 17 degus were found dumped in woodland in the Ringland area of Newport on Saturday (19 April 2014).

The animals were found in a filthy cage at the end of Edward German crescent by a member of the public who was on an early morning walk with his dogs.

The degus ranged from three-week-old babies to adults and seemed to be in good health, apart from one who had … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a suffering dog was found on a football field in Bury, Lancashire.

 

The Staffordshire bull terrier was emaciated and collapsed when he was brought in to Armac Veterinary Practice on the evening of Friday 4 April.

 

Steven Batty, of Armac Veterinary Group, said: “He was brought in to us after being found by a member of the public.

 

“As you can see by the pictures, he was in a terrible … Continue reading…