The RSPCA has come to the aid of a nesting gull based in a busy car park in Llandudno.
An officer from the charity was alerted after reports of an injured gull in the car park of Parc Llandudno in North Wales.
However, the animal welfare charity attended – on 9 June – to find the gull had built a nest containing an egg on a raised island separating four parking spaces.
The car park is very busy – and … Continue reading…
An RSPCA inspector is set to trek to Everest Base Camp to raise funds for animals in need.
Marije Zwager, an inspector based in Exeter, will be taking part in the trek this September with a group of like-minded animal lovers to raise much-needed funds for the RSPCA.
Everyday Marije experiences first-hand the cruelty that is inflicted on innocent animals and the work the RSPCA does to prevent this. She says this is why she is pushing herself … Continue reading…
An RSPCA cattery is looking to find a home for a long-stay cat who has been looking for a new home for six months.
Five-year-old Snowy was taken into RSPCA Stapeley Grange by an inspector in January after she was found as a stray.
Since then, she has seen numerous cats rehomed before her – but no one has come forward to show any interest in her.
Now the centre is making a special appeal for someone to adopt sweet … Continue reading…
Five kittens abandoned on a doorstep in a hat in Nantyglo have been taken into RSPCA care.
The two black and three tabby kittens – thought to be under six weeks old – were found on the evening of Monday 10 June at Pant View, Nantyglo. The kittens were taken to a nearby vets by the member of public who found them, and were found to be all in good health.
The kittens – two male and three female – … Continue reading…
An injured and thin common seal pup – found with its umbilical cord attached – has been rescued from Llanelli beach by the RSPCA.
The unwell and young pup was found by walkers on the beach on Friday (14 June) and they waited a safe distance away from the seal until officers from the animal welfare charity arrived.
RSPCA animal welfare officer Paula Milton said: “The poor little pup was very thin and had a wound on its face. The … Continue reading…