The RSPCA is appealing for information after a kitten was found dumped with the Christmas decorations in a communal corridor of a tower block in Wandsworth.

The tiny white and tabby kitten, thought to be around three to four months old, was named ‘Seven’ after she was found on the seventh floor of a tower block on Wandsworth High Street on Wednesday 7 January at 7pm.

She was found huddled on top of a box of discarded tinsel and tree … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru will be swapping their daffs for daps on 1 March this year.

Staff will be springing into action for the St David’s Day run in Cardiff on Sunday 1 March.

Under the name of Team Animal Cymru, runners will taking part in the 10k challenge as #TeamDog or #TeamCat – while raising awareness and funds for the Society at the same time.

RSPCA Cymru’s political campaigns manager, Martin Fidler Jones, who is a seasoned runner, said anyone is … Continue reading…

RSPCA appeals for information

The RSPCA is appealing for information after two dogs were found dumped in a poorly state by the river in Tottenham, one barely able to walk because he was so thin.

Mo, a female British bulldog, thought to be around five years old, and Morris, a male Staffordshire bull terrier, thought to be about ten, were discovered by the water’s edge at Tottenham Marshes near Kessock Close at around 10pm on Thursday 8 January by some … Continue reading…

HE may be small – but this little chap is one little fighter.

This orphaned otter cub was found at the side of a road near a village called Star, near Llanfyrnach, Pembrokeshire.

A member of public found him on Thursday [8 January] and thought he was dead but on closer inspection saw him breathing.

She took him home and placed him in a box wrapped up in towels on the floor that had underfloor heating.

RSPCA animal collection officer … Continue reading…

THE RSPCA is appealing for information after receiving a complaint that four cats have been mauled to death.

It is believed that the cats were attacked by dogs at Matthewstown, Mountain Ash.

The fourth cat – a ginger female – was mauled at 2pm on 30 December.

The death was reported to the RSPCA by a member of the public who reported that it was the fourth cat to have been killed in this way.

RSPCA inspector Gemma Cooper said: … Continue reading…