RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after five puppies were found abandoned near a fast food restaurant in the Neath Valley.
The lurcher-type puppies were found in the bushes near a McDonald’s restaurant at the Cwmgwrach roundabout near Glynneath on Tuesday evening (2 July) at around 8pm.
RSPCA inspector Nic De Celis said: “The caller said they found the puppies at the end of a dead-end lane. They had heard crying and then searched the area where they found the … Continue reading…
He has been tirelessly working to improve animal welfare in his community for nearly 40 years.
But now Tudor Jones – who has been chair of the RSPCA Glamorgan North & East Branch since 1982 – has stepped down after dedicating so many years in the role.
The vice chair of the branch Paul Smith – who will now be stepping into Tudor’s shoes – recently presented Tudor with an engraved vase for his commitment to the branch over the … Continue reading…
This cat certainly has a tale to tell.
First this black and white cat became trapped in a tilt and turn type window – but then after becoming freed from the sticky situation, he then fell and hid in a gap between two buildings.
The cat – who is aged around two years old – was found hanging from an open bedroom window at Thomas Street, Nelson, Treharris, on Thursday (27 June).
RSPCA inspector Simon Evans said: “Before I arrived … Continue reading…
Could you provide a ‘fur’ever home to an RSPCA rescue cat or kitten?
RSPCA Bryn-Y-Maen Animal Centre is currently caring for a number of kittens and cats who are all looking for a second chance of happiness after being rescued by the animal welfare charity.
The centre currently have 36 cats looking for home which includes kittens from nine weeks old to Amber their eldest cat at 15 years, who would love to find her retirement home.
Centre manager Victoria … Continue reading…
RSPCA Cymru is warning of a summer abandonment crisis with a 64% increase in the number of reports about dumped animals in the summer months.
The oldest and biggest animal welfare charity in England and Wales is expecting to see a huge rise in calls about abandoned pets, often dumped in boxes, thrown in bins or left on the side of roads.
Last summer (June, July and August) in Wales, there were 1,498 calls about abandoned animals reported to the … Continue reading…