RSPCA Cymru continues to take its campaigns roadshow across Wales, with the charity looking forward to chatting to residents at the Rhydyfelin Family Fun Day on Saturday (June 24).

They will be a stallholder at the event, which takes place at Rhydyfelin AFC on Cardiff Road, between noon and 4pm.

Members of the public will be invited to back key animal welfare campaigns at RSPCA Cymru’s stand, with the Fun Day event hosted by the Pontypridd Town Mayor.

Signatures will be gathered for the RSPCA Cymru’s ‘Offender Register’ campaign. This seeks the establishment of a log of those who have been convicted of animal abuse and banned from keeping them, to help deter disqualification orders being breached.

The charity will also be advising residents on the dangers of leaving dogs in warm cars, following sweltering recent weather conditions across South Wales.

Charlie Skinner, RSPCA Cymru campaigns assistant, said: “We absolutely love getting out and about across Wales and discussing our key campaigns, and animal welfare messages, with communities across the country.

“This Saturday (24 June), we’ll be at the Rhydyfelin Family Fun Day, gathering support for our Offender Register campaign. Plus, after some sweltering weather of late, we’ll be raising awareness about why dogs should never be left alone in a warm vehicle.

“We’ll also be chatting to the public about our wider work – including offering opportunities to get involved as a Campaign Volunteer to support animals across the country. Our volunteers are vital in helping us protect, and promote, animal welfare.”

More information about RSPCA Cymru campaigns is available at www.rspca.cymru/campaigns.

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