Kittens Wilbur and Orville were abandoned

RSPCA appeal for information after cats were found riddled with fleas and callously left with no food or water on a chilly morning in Kent

Two young cats were abandoned in a sealed cardboard box and dumped on a playing field in Sheerness on Wednesday morning (20 September)

 

The 16-week-old black kittens were found when a dog walker saw the cardboard box, which had been left in the middle of the football pitch on New Road, suddenly move.

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An RSPCA branch is offering dog owners the chance to get their pooch microchipped for only five pounds in Caernarfon.

RSPCA West Gwynedd is urging people whose dogs are not yet identified in this way to attend a special microchipping session.

The event takes place on Saturday 30 September, at Noddfa, Cil Peblig, Caernarfon, LL55 2RS, and will run from 10:30am to 15:30pm.

Households can get a maximum of two dogs chipped for five pounds each.

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The RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat was shot at least six times in Doncaster.

‘Summer’, a white and black female cat, came home in a shocking state just after midnight on Monday (18 September) and has had to have her eye removed as a result.

 

Owner Graham Mahoney, who lives in Wroxham Way, Cusworth, said: “I saw her at about 4.30pm on Sunday and everything was fine. She always comes home about 6pm and when she … Continue reading…

Some 220 Manx shearwaters were rescued in West Wales by RSPCA Cymru last week, following stormy weather conditions – and the public are being urged to be on the look-out for more.

The new figure follows an initial rescue operation on Newgale beach, where some 144 of the seabirds were saved following a mass landing.

Rescue efforts continued – with a further 50 seabirds rescued from Pembrokeshire’s Druidstone beach, in addition to many more on Tenby’s beaches, and some found … Continue reading…

It’s FUR-REAL! More than 10,000 cats have been neutered and microchipped across Wales as part of a scheme which encourages responsible ownership.

The Wales Cat Neutering and Microchipping Project which is run by RSPCA Cymru and Cats Protection aims to encourage cat owners to neuter and microchip their pets.

RSPCA Cymru is now delighted to announce that more than 10,000 cats have now benefited from the scheme.

RSPCA Cymru’s project support and development manager, Helen Ward, said: “Last month we … Continue reading…