RSPCA Cymru has given a big paws-up to Cardiff Council, as they announce they will now not pursue a blanket ban on dog walking on marked sports pitches in the capital city.
The announcement came from Councillor Peter Bradbury, Cabinet Member for Culture and Leisure, at a Joint Environmental & Economy and Culture Scrutiny Committee last night (19 November).
RSPCA Cymru was one of a number of agencies giving views on dog control plans in Cardiff at the session. This … Continue reading…
Staff will be on hand to offer advice on the daily health and social needs of pets
The RSPCA is opening a pet wellness centre at its Enfield Cattery offering free advice on pet care to local residents.
Final year vet students from the Royal Veterinary College will offer 30-minute slots every Wednesday to people wanting to know more about how to give their pets the best life possible, particularly during the cold winter months.
They will be joined by … Continue reading…
Thieves have broken into an RSPCA charity shop in Crystal Palace and smashed the front door, stole cash from the safe and caused extensive damage inside the shop.
Police officers in Croydon are investigating the burglary which happened between between 9pm on Saturday, 17 November and 10am on Sunday, 18 November.
The RSPCA said that the front door, which had a glass panel, was smashed and an area in the back room was wrecked.
Deputy manager Renae Snelling said: “We … Continue reading…
The RSPCA has launched an urgent appeal for information, after fears more than 30 chickens were deliberately poisoned at an allotment in Brithdir, following a “gruesome discovery” made earlier this week.
An allotment holder arrived at the Tennyson Terrace site on Monday (12 November) to find multiple chickens dead – including a number they owned.
The chickens had been frothing from their mouths, and had blood on their combs – indicating, it is feared, poisoning. All the birds impacted had … Continue reading…
An RSPCA appeal for information has been launched amid concerns a number of cats have been poisoned near Whitland.
RSPCA officers have been contacted with reports that five cats have died in suspicious circumstances in the vicinity of Whitland and Lampeter Velfrey. The incidents happened on High Street.
Three of the cats were owned by local resident Michelle Davies. All her cats faced similar symptoms – appearing lethargic, and – in some cases – had blood appearing from the mouth…. Continue reading…