RSPCA Cymru will be inviting visitors at the Royal Welsh Agricultural Show to pledge their support to animal welfare in Wales next week (18-21 July).

RSPCA Cymru will be pitching up (avenue C) at the four-day event and will be inviting visitors to give animals a voice by signing our petition which is calling to end the loopholes allowing non-stun slaughter in Wales.

Visitors are also invited to sign up to receive RSPCA Cymru’s ‘Give Animals A Voice’ monthly campaign … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after three cats died from antifreeze poisoning in the same area of Burntwood since the start of the year.

The cats – who all lived around Oak Lane in the Chase Terrace area – all died from kidney failure, with tests confirming that they ingested antifreeze. The third cat died earlier this month.

RSPCA inspector Kate Levesley said: “This is a very upsetting incident which has resulted in the deaths of three much-loved family … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a bearded dragon was abandoned inside a carrier bag outside a Birmingham hospital.

A member of the public contacted the animal welfare charity after they found the lizard inside the Morrisons’ bag on a bench opposite the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Edgbaston on Saturday, July 2.

He was collected by an RSPCA inspector and checked over, where it was found that, although stressed and cold, he was healthy. He is now in private … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is welcoming a fun and safe alternative to a balloon release at a local charity event, which will keep animals safe from the dangers they can pose.

St John Cymru Wales is holding a virtual balloon race on 22 July. The virtual balloons can be tracked online during the race and entrants can even decorate their balloon.

RSPCA Cymru’s political campaigns manager, Martin Fidler Jones, said: “This is a fantastic alternative to a real-life balloon release that uses … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after three cats died from suspected poisoning in Wilmslow.

Mickey, Olli and Yoda all died between 23 June and 27 June after ingesting a toxic substance near to their neighbouring homes in Dairybrook Grove.

Tests at the vets showed that they had all ingested a toxic substance, although it is not known what the substance was.

RSPCA inspector Leanne Cragg, who is investigating, said: “At this stage we do not know if this is … Continue reading…