An urgent appeal for information has been launched by the RSPCA after a sheep was found with “horrendous, gory injuries”, including its ears both ripped off – in a suspected dog attack.

RSPCA officers were alerted after a member of the public spotted the sheep on banking in the Caerphilly area, across the junction from the Trehir Civic Amenity Site towards the A649. The sheep was seen like this on Sunday (9 September).

The animal welfare charity attended to find … Continue reading…

RSPCA Harmsworth Animal Hospital held a party to celebrate its major milestone

Scores of people from the local community attended a special open day party to celebrate the 50th anniversary of RSPCA Harmsworth Animal Hospital.

 

The event held on Saturday (Sept 8) was held at the hospital and among the attractions laid on for the day was a behind the scenes tour at the hospital, stalls, a raffle and games which included a rescue a plastic duck with the … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after the remains of a cat were found in suspicious circumstances next to a rope and wire hung on a tree at Pontllanfraith, Blackwood.

The shocking discovery of the black cat with white socks, was found on 3 September with only the legs and rear spine found lying on the ground. The remains were found next to a tree where there was a rope and wire hanging from it, which was located on a … Continue reading…

RSPCA Medway West Branch recently held a tabletop sale to celebrate its 20th anniversary milestone

A Kent branch has helped to rehome and neuter more than 50,000 animals over a 20-year period, new figures have revealed.

 

This year the branch is celebrating its 20th anniversary of The Parsons Memorial Clinic and rehoming centre.

The clinic and rehoming centre was opened in 1998 and over the last 20 years it has treated, microchipped and neutered over 50,000 animals.

The branch … Continue reading…

A dramatic seal rescue – labelled the “most technical” ever dealt with by an RSPCA officer – hits television screens on Wednesday (September 12) as part of a new wildlife series.

Wednesday’s edition of ‘Saving Britain’s Wildlife’ – broadcast on Quest Red – tells the incredible story of the seal, who became badly trapped amid heavy rocks and boulders by a sea wall near the Port Talbot steelworks in November.

Remarkably, a three-tonne boulder was physically shifted out of the … Continue reading…