Two baby wild mice have been rescued and are being hand-reared at the home of an RSPCA officer – as the charity continues to respond to emergencies amid the coronavirus outbreak.

RSPCA officers were alerted after the orphaned wild mice were found at a Fairwood Road property in the Fairwater area of Cardiff.

The mice had been found by a member of the public who was pulling down a shed – and safely confined by a local lady and her … Continue reading…

**The clinic is now closed to the public with the exception of emergencies and repeat prescriptions for existing clients of the Clwyd & Colwyn branch clinic, the Aberconwy Branch and the eight venues of the mobile clinic (**


RSPCA’s Clwyd and Colwyn Branch is moving forward on its clinic expansion project to help pet owners in urgent need during the COVID-19 outbreak.

In December it was revealed that the branch was expanding its Vaughan Street clinic in … Continue reading…

A member of the public built a makeshift catapult to fire carrots up to a wild goat trapped on a North Wales mountain ledge – before RSPCA Cymru rescued the stranded animal. 

The animal welfare charity has praised the “immense kindness” of the individual – who reported the trapped goat to the RSPCA, with a dramatic rescue safely completed on Wednesday 18 March.

RSPCA officers were able to undertake the rescue after North Wales Police identified the grid reference location … Continue reading…

A stray chicken has been rehomed by the RSPCA after being found by students on a night out.

The chicken was collected by RSPCA inspector Sara Jordan (pictured below) and taken to RSPCA Doncaster, Rotherham & District Branch Animal Centre in Bawtry, Doncaster.

Sara said: “The little hen was found straying in the Crooksmoor area of Sheffield by a couple of students on a night out.

“They picked her up and carried her home and fed her crackers until we … Continue reading…