RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after a cat was dumped in a zip-up bag in Newport days before Christmas.

The RSPCA received a report on Tuesday, 22 December that an unknown person was spotted getting out a car at Spytty Park Sports Complex at Langland Way, and dumped a cat who was in a zip up bag.

RSPCA inspector Selina Chan said: “It is so sad that someone has just abandoned this cat, like they were rubbish. This cat … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after seven newborn puppies were found abandoned in a black crate in Swansea.

The RSPCA was contacted following the shocking discovery by a dog walker who found the puppies on a piece of land known locally as the ‘racecourse’ in Penlan yesterday morning (22 December) at around 8.30am.

RSPCA inspector Gemma Cooper said: “These poor puppies could have died if they had not been found. They were found in a black training crate and … Continue reading…

A swan has been successfully returned to the wild – just in time for Christmas – after receiving life-saving help from the RSPCA, Church Walk Vets and Kendal College animal rescue centre.

 

The youngster was collected from the bank of the Ormsgill reservoir in Barrow in Furness on Friday 11 December after a call from a concerned member of the public.

 

RSPCA inspector Will Lamping said: “The cygnet was in a terrible state, covered in blood and very … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after three cats are suspected of having been poisoned in the Loughor area.

It has been reported that cats from the Richmond Road area died within a couple of days of each other. Two of the cats belonged to one owner and the other cat to another person.

RSPCA animal welfare officer Andrew Harris said: “These cats became unwell since 12 December, and sadly died within days. Our thoughts are very much with the … Continue reading…

Two teenage photographers from Wales have been named among the best in the country in the RSPCA Young Photographer Awards today. (Friday)

Mairi Eyres, 17, from Powys, and Freja Petrie, also 17, from Carmarthenshire, were both named as runners up during the prestigious award ceremony at the Tower of London.

Their winning images were shortlisted by a panel of judges – made up of wildlife photographers and industry experts led by BBC Springwatch’s Chris Packham.

Mairi Eyres ended up with … Continue reading…