RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after a corn snake was found in Bryncae, by a dog walker.
The orange snake, which is healthy and in a good condition, was found in the early hours on Saturday (4 March) morning in Bryncae which is near Pontyclun.
RSPCA animal collection officer Ellie West said: “The dog walker was able to confine the snake safely before I was able to collect this very big corn snake.
“The snake is in a great … Continue reading…
A baby wild rabbit – weighing just 100 grams – has been taken into RSPCA care.
The tiny and unwell rabbit was found in Bridgend by a concerned member of the public last month with the RSPCA being contacted.
RSPCA wildlife officer Ellie West subsequently took the rabbit into her care.
“This young rabbit was found in a very thin body condition, was dehydrated and cold,” she said. “She was checked over by the vets and was fine, but needed … 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 (www.rspcamobileclinic.org.uk)**
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…
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 … Continue reading…
RSPCA Cymru has come to the aid of a swan with a fishing line and hook caught through its tongue in Deeside.
The swan was found on the Deeside Industrial Estate on Friday (27 March) with a member of the public alerting the RSPCA after spotting a fishing line protruding from his mouth.
RSPCA deputy chief inspector Phil Lewis said: “This swan was clearly in distress with the fishing line protruding from its month. On closer examination the hook was … Continue reading…