RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after a cat was sadly found dead in a snare.
Dog walkers discovered the young ginger male cat on Saturday [10 October] and called the RSPCA.
RSPCA inspector Chris Coleman said: “Sadly there was an obvious sign of struggle.
“It really does highlight how indiscriminate snares can be. The snare along with five others were found at Brecon Cemetery and I spoke to the council who own the cemetery and they were shocked and … Continue reading…
RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after a cat died following a suspected poisoning in Pontypridd.
It is also believed that several other cats in the Heol Ida, Beddau, area of Pontypridd have been poisoned.
Nichola Davies contacted the RSPCA after she was left devastated when her cat Thomas was found seriously unwell on 7 October. She took him to the vets, but sadly on their advice he was put to sleep due to his condition.
“We are devastated,” said … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a pair of young cats were left locked inside a cat carrier in the pouring rain last week (Tuesday, 6 October) in Oxford.
The black-and-white cats, one male and one female, were found bedraggled inside the grey carrier, which had been carelessly abandoned by their owner on the side of the road on the junction between Horspath Driftway and The Slade in Oxford. The cats, who are only around six months-old, were both … Continue reading…
THEY certainly are survivors – and have got all their love to give to a new owner.
Gloria and Gaynor are two adorable cats who are currently looking for a home
They arrived at RSPCA’s Bryn-y-Maen Animal Centre after they were removed from a multi-cat household.
The duo – who together share the name of the famous pop icon who is best know for ‘I will survive’ – will need to be rehomed together as they have never lived apart … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after two cats from the same household were shot in Market Harborough.
Macky, a two-year-old brown tabby (pictured right) , and Simba, a three year-old ginger tabby (below), had only recently started going outside after their owners moved to Hilltop Close just weeks ago.
Their owners, Andy Upperton and Jess Chan, discovered Macky’s injuries – thought to have been caused by an air rifle – on Thursday, 8 October.
The following day they found … Continue reading…