A cat had the narrowest of escapes after getting shot with a pellet gun in Beddau.
RSPCA Cymru has launched an appeal for information after Milo returned to his Heol Cawrdaf home clearly out-of-sorts and spooked.
His owners found blood coming from his body, and Milo was later breathing erratically.
The nine-year-old cat was rushed to the vets and X-rays found a pellet from an air rifle lodged under his spine.
Milo was left “millimetres from death” after the shooting, … Continue reading…
The RSPCA has raced to the aid of a horse who became caught in barbed wire in Llanelli.
Officers from the animal welfare charity were notified after a member of the public spotted the horse’s plight in fields near the A4138 at Dafen on Saturday June 20.
The horse was half-way over a barbed wire fence, with his foot tangled in some wire netting below. The horse was in great danger of cutting his legs on the barbed wire fencing…. Continue reading…
A British bulldog has been pulled from the River Taff, prompting the RSPCA to remind people not to dump pets who may sadly have died.
The tan and white female adult dog was found in a sleeping bag liner inside a navy blue, 60-litre rucksack in Troedyrhiw.
RSPCA Cymru has confirmed there were no visible injuries or signs of trauma on the dog. The canine was microchipped – but the chip was not linked to an owner’s details.
She was … Continue reading…
A young gull has been rescued after becoming stuck in a tiny, narrow gap between two fences in Bridgend.
Heart-warming video footage captures the moments the gull was rescued from the gap, and safely returned to the air from a nearby rooftop.
Rescuers from the RSPCA were notified after the distressed gull was spotted stuck in the gap at the Greenwood Close property on Monday 8 June.
The tiny gap was approximately 12 inches (30cm) wide and far too small … Continue reading…
A fledgling jackdaw had a lucky escape, after getting his leg stuck in guttering on the roof of an Ebbw Vale home.
The RSPCA and the South Wales Fire and Rescue Service teamed-up to come to the aid of the young, troubled bird – who was stuck on a Tir-Y-Berth property on Sunday (14 June).
Officers from the RSPCA enlisted the help of firefighters from Blue Watch out of Ebbw Vale, who were able to access the jackdaw with ladders, … Continue reading…