A much-loved cat has had to be put to sleep after being shot in the head with an airgun in Eggborough, Selby.
Dusty was found on Green Acres by a neighbour covered in blood, unable to walk or stand.
Her owner took her straight to the vets where she was given pain relief and x-rayed. Sadly vets advised she needed to be euthanised.
Owner Kate Brown said: “I’m devastated.
“It’s impossible to understand why someone would … Continue reading…
A South Wales cat was rescued in the early hours of the morning, after getting his head stuck in a commercial rat trap in Langstone.
The animal welfare charity was contacted at 2.25am on Wednesday (January 9) – with the cat found near Langstone’s Premier Inn in Newport.
RSPCA officers work around the clock for animals in need – and within an hour, an inspector had rescued the cat and transferred him to a veterinary practice, where the rat box … Continue reading…
Two cats named after a famous comedy duo hope today’s launch of a new movie could aid their search for a new forever home.
Stanley Laurel and Oliver Hardy are brother cats, and currently based at the RSPCA’s Bryn-Y-Maen Animal Centre at Upper Colwyn Bay.
The siblings’ search for forever home happiness comes as a new film Stan & Ollie, starring Steve Coogan and John C Reilly, hits UK cinemas today.
Stanley and Oliver came into the RSPCA’s care in … Continue reading…
Commenting on a Welsh Government announcement, from the Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths, that £5million has been made available via the Rural Development Programme to help sheep scab in Wales, RSPCA farm animal specialist John Avizienius said:
“Sheep scab can cause sheep severe discomfort and distress – and lead to further problems if not identified and dealt with quickly.
“This £5million investment from the Welsh Government – via the Rural Development Programme – is hugely … Continue reading…
RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information following a suspected dog attack on a swan in Rhyl.
The swan was found in a collapsed state with a deep injury to its chest near Gwynfryn Avenue, with the RSPCA being notified on Monday (7 January).
RSPCA Animal Collection Officer (ACO) Will Galvin said when he arrived at the scene he could immediately see the swan – an adult – had been badly injured.
ACO Galvin said: “I took the swan to RSPCA … Continue reading…