The RSPCA Llys Nini Animal Centre has urged the public to help “safeguard” its future, as usual income streams remain unavailable amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Covid-19 restrictions mean Llys Nini’s charity shops have been closed since March, and fundraising events have been postponed – placing the charity in a “challenging position”.

Despite this, Llys Nini is continuing to provide care for some 50 animals – and has launched an urgent new fundraising drive to “avert a local animal welfare crisis”…. Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru rescued 23 animals every day in Wales during 2019 – as frontline officers continued to offer a “lifeline to pets, farm animals and wildlife”.

The latest figures are published as RSPCA Cymru launches its Annual Summary, shining a spotlight on all aspects of the charity’s work in Wales – including the 8,294* animals rescued by inspectorate officers last year.

Officers remain on the frontline during the coronavirus crisis, responding to emergencies. These new statistics highlight the animal … Continue reading…