RSPCA Cymru is hoping to track down the owner of an unwell ginger cat found in Tonypandy.
The animal welfare charity was alerted to the cat’s condition after he was seen at Field Street with a runny nose and runny eyes.
The cat was confined in a garden on 23 March with RSPCA animal collection officer Fiona Thomas being called to assist.
Fiona said: “The cat was known to the caller but didn’t know where he lived. When he looked unwell they gave us a call to help.
“He has severe cat flu and at our Merthyr Tydfil clinic he has been given antibiotics and pain relief. He has also been wormed and vaccinated. Hopefully following treatment he will be back to being himself.
“This cat isn’t chipped so we don’t know where he belongs. We’d love to be able to reunite him with his owner, so if anyone has any information please can they call us on our inspectorate appeal line on 0300 123 8018.
“He is a very sweet cat who is currently in boarding while we make these enquiries.”
The RSPCA would like to remind people to get their pets microchipped to give their lost pets the chance of returning home. It is also important to register the chip with a national database and update your contact details if you move or change phone number. More information can be found at www.rspca.org.uk/allaboutanimals/pets/general/microchipping
To help the RSPCA keep rescuing animals like these and keep our animal hospitals and centres running for emergency treatment and round the clock care through these unprecedented times, please donate whatever you can spare at www.rspca.org.uk/covid.