Get ready for the biggest walkies in town!

BIG Walkies is coming to Cardiff’s Bute Park on Sunday, 15 May.

This year the RSPCA are joining paws with health and life insurers Vitality – and we are asking you and your dog to join us in the fresh air to stretch your legs and raise money to help our less fortunate dog pals to find their forever homes.

Dogs and their owners will take part in either a 2.5k or … Continue reading…

It’s soon time for a special walkies in Llandudno to raise funds for RSPCA’s Bryn-y-Maen Animal Centre.

Staff from the Upper Colwyn Bay animal centre will be holding a ‘Mutt Strutt’ on Sunday 24 April which will start at 11am from West Shore Cafe, Llandudno.

Walkers and their canine pals need to meet at the location from 10.30am for the six mile circular walk.

Kennel and cattery supervisor Chris Butler said: “We are very much looking forward to our sponsored … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after the body of a dog with suspected stab wounds was found in Birmingham.

The seven-month-old brindle and white female Staffordshire bull terrier was found by members of the public on Saturday (9 April) in Walkers Heath Park, off Druids Lane, in Druids Heath.

On examination, she was found to have two suspected stab wounds to the chest and a fractured left hind leg. She was not microchipped and was not wearing a collar…. Continue reading…

This heartwarming photo shows the moment a seal which had been in the RSPCA’s care for eight months was released back into the wild.

The seal, a female named Moon, was released at Rhos-on-Sea, in North Wales, last week, after she was rescued from Rossall Beach near Blackpool, last August when she became stranded.

She was released alongside a second seal, a male named Sun, who was rescued from Ainsdale Beach in Merseyside, also in August.

Lee Stewart, manager at … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after two cats died from poisoning in Smethwick – with another three cats in the area dying from suspected poisoning.

The cats, who lived in the Beechfield Road area, all died in March. Two of the deaths have been confirmed by a vet as being from ingesting a poisonous substance. The three cats who died from suspected poisoning had similar symptoms before they died.

RSPCA inspector Mike Scargill, who is investigating, said: “We are … Continue reading…