Could you provide a home for the adorable Rusty?

Rusty – a gorgeous six-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier – arrived at RSPCA Bryn-Y-Maen Animal Centre back in June but he entered into RSPCA care back in April.

RSPCA animal centre manager Victoria Williams said: “Rusty is such a sweetheart – but unfortunately he has struggled adjusting to kennel life.

“At the moment he spends his time residing in the office, keeping a watchful eye on the staff at the centre. Rusty … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after a gull was shot in Barry.

The animal welfare charity was contacted yesterday (5 August) after the gull was found covered in blood in a garden at Broad Street.

RSPCA inspector Gemma Black said: “When I got there I discovered a gull that couldn’t stand with a nasty wound on its wing.

“It was immediately odd as it was confined to a garden with no access in and out. Based on its injuries … Continue reading…

A hedgehog found herself in a sticky situation after falling down a storm drain in Mumbles, Swansea.

The hedgehog was unable to escape after falling around a foot down. Luckily she was spotted by a member of the public on 25 July near Overland Road with the RSPCA being contacted.

RSPCA inspector Holly Brown said: “We tried to reach down and get her but she curled up tight and couldn’t fit back through the grate. She understandably was very frightened…. Continue reading…

Two RSPCA projects aimed at helping personal development for young people in care are open for referrals.

The two programmes – Paws for Change and Animal Action Days – are being held at RSPCA centres in Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire this month.

Paws for Change and Animal Action Days are part of the RSPCA’s ambitious new programme called Generation Kind, eight projects which focus on educating young people from all backgrounds about animal welfare and aims to reach two million children … Continue reading…

An RSPCA wildlife centre is appealing for donations of washing up liquid to help treat 20 birds which were admitted after getting covered in dumped oil in a river canal.

The birds – 17 Canada geese and three greylag geese – were rescued by the RSPCA from a canal near Tamworth. They were all taken to RSPCA Stapeley Grange, in Nantwich, Cheshire, for assessment and to be cleaned.

If oil is not removed from waterbirds it reduces the natural waterproofing … Continue reading…