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…

RSPCA Cymru has launched an appeal for information after a man was witnessed shooting ducks at Brickfield Pond in Rhyl.

The man, aged between 25-35, was reportedly seen by a cyclist pulling the dead ducks out of the pond with a net and putting them into a blue carrier bag. He was seen using a brown rifle and was seen shooting three ducks.

RSPCA inspector Jenny Anderton said: “This shocking incident took place at around 1pm on 26 June. If … Continue reading…