A cat trapped on a derelict roof in Haverfordwest has been rescued, with RSPCA Cymru appealing for information to find an owner.
The tabby male cat was stuck on the roof of a four storey building on High Street, with Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service being called for assistance on Saturday (16 March).
RSPCA animal collection officer (ACO) Ellie West said: “It was thought that this cat had been trapped up there for a couple of days … Continue reading…
A Cardiff man has been handed an 18-month conditional discharge for neglecting three cob ponies – despite advice given.
Tony Israel Price (d.o.b 21/02/1963) of Wentloog Avenue, Cardiff, appeared at Cardiff Magistrates’ Court for trial on Tuesday (12 March) after pleading not guilty to three offences at a previous hearing.
The offences were that at a field off Redway Road, Bonvilston in the Vale of Glamorgan, he caused unnecessary suffering to a piebald filly cob called Alouda by failing to … Continue reading…
Do you have any unwanted Christmas presents you would like to donate to help animals at RSPCA Newport Animal Centre?
The Hartridge Road animal centre is appealing for any unwanted gifts or items for an upcoming Easter Spring Fete on Saturday 30 March – which this year is being held at the Ringland Labour Club from 11am.
There will be craft stalls, a tombola, bric-a-brac, refreshments, cakes, children’s games and crafts, face painting and much more!
The centre’s manager, Stuart … Continue reading…
Two female degus have been found dumped in a cage in Swansea.
They were found on Woodfield Street in Morriston on 2 March at around 8pm. The person who found them kindly took them into their home for safe keeping and contacted the RSPCA.
RSPCA inspector Leigh Summers said: “These two female degus were found inside a large cage with a bag of food and hay.
“It is really quite sad that they were abandoned and were just left outside … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is reminding people to help hedgehogs by making sure pipe drains are covered, after a hog got trapped in one in Colwyn Bay.
The hedgehog was found two-foot down a storm drain by a Dundonald Road homeowner, with the RSPCA being called this morning (5 March).
RSPCA animal collection officer (ACO) Will Galvin said: “I couldn’t get the hedgehog out at first as I needed an extra pair of hands, so animal collection officer Ann Lloyd Williams came … Continue reading…