A hamster has been found abandoned in a cage, left on the side of the road in Wrexham.
The white, fluffy hamster – nicknamed Flake by RSPCA staff – was spotted by a member of the public on Chapel Street in the early hours of Tuesday morning (December 19), at approximately 4:15am.
North Wales Police officers in the local area at the time took in the hamster, before the animal was collected by the RSPCA.
RSPCA officers say they are … Continue reading…
A dog who was found wandering the streets with his jaw hanging off after being used for badger baiting is ending 2017 on a high after finding a loving new home.
Herbie the lurcher was rescued by the RSPCA in August this year when he was found straying in Warrington. The injuries to his face were so severe that he had to undergo reconstruction surgery to rebuild his jaw.
He was put up for rehoming at the RSPCA’s Macclesfield branch, … Continue reading…
There are always presents to wrap, people to see and turkeys to cook over the busy festive period – but just be aware of the hidden hazards which could ruin your pet’s Christmas.
The RSPCA is urging pet-owners to be prepared for any emergencies which arise over Christmas – and to ensure that the festive time is as non-stressful as possible for our fluffy friends.
From toxic foods, the dangers of decorations and keeping your pet calm among the Christmas … Continue reading…
After Margot and Matilda had to fight to survive, their fosterer tells the story of their journey from near death to happy ever after
Two tiny kittens, who were left for dead after they were callously thrown away in a dustbin in London are set to enjoy their first Christmas in their purrfect new home thanks to the RSPCA.
Margot and Matilda, were only around three weeks old when they were dumped in dustbin in London back … Continue reading…
RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after a lethargic snake was found in the Kinmel Bay area.
The charity was alerted after the black, yellow/white and red milk snake was found by St. Asaph Avenue on Friday (15 December). The unwell snake was spotted by children who were walking to school.
Milk snakes are from the same genus as kingsnakes and are common in the reptile pet trade.
Sadly, the snake was in poor condition, with a badly damaged mouth. … Continue reading…