A black and white collie dog has been found dead in Rhyl, leading RSPCA Cymru to launch an appeal for information.
The sad discovery was made by a fisherman on Good Friday (30 March) at around 1.30pm in the bushes by Brickfields Pond, near Cefndy Road in Rhyl.
RSPCA inspector Tim Jones said: “This would have been a shocking discovery to have found this dog, dead and in a thin condition and with long nails.
“The dog wasn’t microchipped so … Continue reading…
It will be definitely be an egg-cellent day for all the family!
RSPCA Newport Animal Centre will be holding a special fundraising event on Saturday April 14, from 2pm, to celebrate the end of the Easter holidays and the wonderful rescue animals that they currently have in their care.
The event will include an Easter egg hunt, a fancy dress competition, refreshments and games.
The centre’s deputy manager, Kath Logan, said: “We’re looking forward to seeing lots of visitors who … Continue reading…
A cat with a head for heights has been rescued from the top of a 25 foot telegraph pole in Llanrumney, Cardiff.
The three-year-old tabby and white cat – known as Nasher – was discovered at the top of the pole on 29 March by worried residents from Bunyan Close who alerted the RSPCA.
RSPCA animal collection officer (ACO) Gary Lucas said: “The residents in the street contacted us as they were really worried about Nasher and it was raining … Continue reading…
RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after a poorly dog was found near the village of Dolwyddelan, Conwy.
The Staffordshire bull terrier dog was found by a group of people in a rural area outside the small village on Saturday morning (31 March).
RSPCA inspector Mike Pugh said: “This brindle elderly dog was found wandering in the road by a group of people and then leaned against their vehicle. She was very wet, was falling over and looked very poorly…. Continue reading…
A sheep has been successfully winched to safety by RSPCA Cymru rescuers after becoming stuck 100 feet down sea cliffs in the Gower.
A RSPCA rope rescue team was mobilised on Tuesday 27 March after the sheep was spotted down the steep sea cliffs between Mewslade Bay and Fall Bay.
RSPCA inspector Nic de Celis said: “The rescue was particularly challenging as the sheep was really far down and not directly below an area that we could use for our … Continue reading…