EVER wondered what it would be like to be an RSPCA inspector rescuing an animal from a sea cliff?

Thanks to a head-camera you can now experience a sheep rescue from the view of an RSPCA inspector – who has captured a dramatic rescue on film.

The camera attached to a safety helmet shows how two RSPCA inspectors abseiled down a sea cliff to rescue the stranded young ewe at Trwyn Cilan near Hell’s Mouth bay, Abersoch.

RSPCA inspectors Andy … Continue reading…

A MOBILE animal welfare clinic in North Wales has treated more than 1,000 animals so far this year.

The clinic has been on the road providing free advice, subsidised veterinary consultations and treatments to low income pet owners at Llangefni, Bangor, Deeside, Old Colwyn, Caernarfon, Blaenau Ffestiniog and Llandudno.

The mobile veterinary clinic is funded by five RSPCA branches across North Wales (Aberconwy Branch, Anglesey Branch, Clwyd & Colwyn Branch, West Gwynedd Branch or Wrexham District & Deeside Branch) and … Continue reading…

CAN you help us find new loving homes for these beautiful cats?

Sadly, these four shy but adorable cats at RSPCA Bryn-y-Maen Animal Centre in Upper Colwyn Bay – after months of waiting – are still longing for new owner to come along and whisk them away to start a brand new life.

Kennel and cattery supervisor at the centre, Chris Butler, said: “Howard, Hilda, Sophie and Jessica have been with us for several months now and have received very … Continue reading…

TWO kittens have been on quite an unusual adventure after they hitched a lift for 87 miles by mistake.

The two eight week old kittens were found in a car that had been towed from the Swindon area to Bridgend.

All the windows had been broken in the car which had been towed back to a Bridgend garage.

RSPCA inspector Julie Fadden, who was called to the garage, said: “Somehow kittens got into the car and stayed in it when … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after a wood pigeon was believed to have been shot and killed by a pellet gun.

A member of the public contacted the RSPCA after she found the dead bird in her garden at Western Valley Road, Rogerstone, Newport.

RSPCA animal welfare office Sian Burton said: “The caller said the bird was in a tree on Saturday night [1 August] and she heard a crack. The bird fell out of the tree and she … Continue reading…