RSPCA Bryn-Y-Maen Centre is seeking volunteers to support animal welfare by becoming foster carers.
The centre, based in Upper Colwyn Bay, is seeking individuals who could offer suitable, temporary homes to any of their animals and – in particular – puppies and small breed dogs.
Bryn-Y-Maen rehomed 453 animals in 2016, and foster carers often play a vital role in the rehabilitation process for animals rescued from cruelty and neglect.
RSPCA foster carers provide support to many different animals – … Continue reading…
Two four-week old puppies were found alone, abandoned and in “terrible condition” near Pembroke Dock train station, prompting an RSPCA Cymru search for information.
RSPCA officers were alerted after the two black and tan lurcher-type pups were found alone, and covered in a greasy oil-like substance, on Hamilton Court in Pembroke Dock town by a passer-by. They were found on Sunday morning (15 October).
Both dogs were taken to a local veterinary practice, where one was found to be comatose … Continue reading…
A dog was left looking sheepish after he got trapped down a disused badger sett – and had to be rescued by the RSPCA and Buckinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service.
Alvin, a nine-year-old Jack Russell terrier, was on a walk with his owner in woods behind Letchfield, in Ley Hill, Chesham, when he came across a hole in the ground.
When his owner Caron Cullen turned round, the pooch couldn’t be seen – but he could be heard whimpering.
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An RSPCA cattery in Nantwich is urging people to consider adopting two of its longest residents who are being constantly ignored by visitors.
Despite the number of adoptions increasing at Stapeley Grange, there has been no interest in black and white cats Gina and Mo.
One-year-old Mo arrived at Stapeley in April after being found as a pregnant stray in Crewe, and Gina, also aged one, arrived in August from the RSPCA in Stockport, where she was for a number … Continue reading…
A chinchilla has been rescued by the RSPCA after being abandoned in a food waste bin in Warwick.
A member of the public contacted the animal charity after finding the small animal in the bin on the roadside, next to a bus stop in Emscote Road.
Thankfully the chinchilla was in a good body condition, however he did not have any food or water left with him.
RSPCA Animal Welfare Officer (AWO) Ben Jones said: “The person who found the … Continue reading…