RSPCA Cymru is calling upon businesses across Wales to show that they support animal welfare this 2020 – and have their say about what they can do to go the extra mile for animals of all shapes and sizes.

As the new year and a new decade fast approaches, businesses and other organisations are being urged to get involved in a pioneering and “first of its kind” new scheme that protects animals – the Animal Welfare Charter.

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They each have the biggest hearts – but sadly have been overlooked time and time again.

Rescue dogs Lexi, Sally, Cassie and Wilson are all approximately ten years old, but have yet to find their forever home from RSPCA Newport Animal Centre.

Deputy animal centre manager Kath Logan said staff are crossing their fingers that the perfect owners are just around the corner for the four golden oldies.

“These four beauties are just adorable – but we are finding they … Continue reading…

A woman from Castleford has been given a suspended prison sentence and disqualified from keeping all animals for life after an RSPCA prosecution. 

 

Victoria Louise Chamberlain (D.O.B 06.09.99) of Moor Road, Featherstone, Pontefract appeared before Leeds Magistrates’ Court last Tuesday (3 December).

 

She was convicted in her absence of two offences* on Friday 22 November – one of causing unnecessary suffering to Sasha by failing to provide vet treatment and one of causing unnecessary suffering to her by … Continue reading…

An animal lover from Hereford has set up a virtual running challenge to encourage others to don their running shoes and help her raise funds for animals in need.

Anna Simpkin, from Hereford, will be taking on the London Marathon challenge next year for the RSPCA and as part of her fundraising, she decided to set up a virtual running challenge for others to get involved and run the 26.2 miles but spread out across the month of October.

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An RSPCA animal welfare clinic is now operating in Wrexham.

The mobile veterinary clinic is run by five RSPCA branches – Aberconwy Branch, Anglesey Branch, Clwyd & Colwyn Branch, West Gwynedd Branch and Wrexham District & Deeside Branch – and is funded entirely by donations and the fundraising efforts of volunteers.

The clinic – which is staffed by a veterinary surgeon and volunteers – visits eight venues every week, providing subsidised veterinary treatment to low-income pet owners, offering one to … Continue reading…