RSPCA Newport Animal Centre is inviting one and all to join them for two Easter egg hunts this spring.

The egg-cellent Easter hunt events will be taking place on Tuesday, 29 March and Friday, 1 April from 2.30pm to 3.30pm.

Animal centre manager Debbie Caffull said: “There will be a fancy dress competition and a prize will be given to the best costume.

“Anyone is welcome to take part in our Easter egg hunt and will receive an Easter egg … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for people to come forward with information about an emaciated dog which was found in a garden, after weeks of investigations have come to a halt.

Coda, a two-year-old American bulldog-type dog, was found in a poor state hiding between two bins in a garden in Church Street, Tipton, on New Year’s Eve. She was immediately taken into the RSPCA’s care, where she was found to be emaciated and with an injured back leg.

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The RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat with a severe leg injury was dumped in a litter tray outside an animal centre.

The male grey-and-white cat was found at the gates of the RSPCA’s Blackberry Farm Animal Centre, in Aylesbury, this morning (Thursday) by a member of staff.

The cat – who has been named Tiddles – had such a severe injury to his leg that it has to be amputated.

Julie Allen, manager at Blackberry Farm, said: … Continue reading…

An RSPCA centre is looking for homes for three long-stay cats which are being overlooked in favour of their more colourful, younger counterparts.

Black cats Tilly and Bernard and black-and-white cat Jester are among the longest staying residents at the RSPCA’s Stapeley Grange, in Nantwich. All three of them arrived separately at Stapeley Grange after their owners died, and are all now looking for a new home where they can have a peaceful retirement.

Lee Stewart, manager at Stapeley Grange, … Continue reading…

It was a picture that touched people’s hearts back in December.

A photograph of ‘Harry’, as he’s been named, who was found tied to a fence on Llanrwst Road near Colwyn Bay in December, was seen by thousands of people on social media and via the local press last year. He was found with a red harness and lead, but didn’t have a microchip or identification.

The RSPCA were notified and he was placed in the charity’s care. A press … Continue reading…