RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after a cat was seen being kicked by two young boys in Penllergaer, Swansea.

A driver was passing the green in Penllergaer, Swansea, and saw the black and white cat being kicked by two boys, aged around nine or 10 years old. The incident took place on Tuesday at around 12pm (12 April).

RSPCA animal welfare officer (AWO) Paula Milton said: “Shockingly the witness said the poor cat was kicked so hard he flew … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after the body of an emaciated dead pony was found at the entrance of a golf club in Harrow, Greater London.

The body of the skewbald equine was found in a terrible state early Thursday (7 April) morning on Ass House Lane, Harrow Weald.

He had a rope tied around his back legs and was dumped in the driveway to the course between 6am and 7am.

RSPCA Deputy Chief Inspector Nicole Broster said: “This … Continue reading…

Miraculously,  three year-old Puss-Puss survived, but suffered such extensive injuries she will have to have her eye removed.

The black-and-white cat disappeared for a week, after she was seen injured after gunshots had been heard near her home in Jubilee Lane, Ardleigh, Colchester. She was rushed straight to the vets after she came home last Friday (8 April) dragging her feet, covered in blood and clearly injured.

X-rays were done and it was discovered she had pellet wounds all over … Continue reading…

Fifteen-year-old Maggie went on a little adventure before the RSPCA returned her home

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The owner of a collie-cross who wandered off during a walk has urged all pet owners to get their beloved animals microchipped.

Amanda Devlin’s mother was walking 15-year-old Maggie (pictured left) in Barnet, where she lives, when the crossbreed disappeared on 24 March, prompting 48 hours of frantic searching and worrying.

“Mum turned around to lock the front door and Maggie vanished,” Amanda said. “We … Continue reading…

A specially trained RSPCA flood rescue team have taken part in real-life flooding scenarios in Newport and Cardiff.

Exercise Polygon, which was the largest multi-agency exercise of its kind in Wales this year, aimed to test the agencies in Wales’s capability to respond and manage a major flooding event.

Fifteen emergency services and agencies took part in the exercise – all members of the All Wales Flooding & Inland Water Rescue Group – including RSPCA Cymru, fire and rescue services, … Continue reading…