THE RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat was shot twice with a pellet gun in Newport.
The black and white cat named Dorothy was first injured on 4 March, returning home to Myrtle Close, Rogerstone, with a head injury.
Dorothy was taken to a veterinary surgery by her owners and on Friday [13 March] she had a pellet removed from her skull.
But shockingly while she was still recovering from her operation – she was injured again.
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A SNAKE has been found in Llanblethian, Cowbridge.
The corn snake was discovered at Factory Road on Saturday [8 March] by a member of the public – who then called the RSPCA.
RSPCA inspector Selina Chan said: “We are appealing for information to try and track down its owner.
“We have no idea how the snake got there. The snake may have escaped from a nearby house, could have been dumped or even washed down the river.”
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AN otter rescued from a Swansea Valley refinery has been released back into the wild.
RSPCA officers were called to Vale Europe Limited’s Clydach Nickel Refinery on 10 February after staff found an otter hiding a few inches beneath a fast moving conveyor belt.
Following a call to the RSPCA, animal collection officer (ACO) Ellie West attended within minutes and was later joined by inspector Nigel Duguid and animal welfare officer Andrew Harris.
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‘LONG stay’ is a phrase we would love not to hear when it comes to animals in our care.
However, sadly RSPCA Bryn-y-Maen Animal Centre in Upper Colwyn Bay has several ‘long stay’ animals.
The centre has several rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets and two cockatiels that have been looking for a loving home for far too long.
Kennel and cattery supervisor at the centre, Chris Butler, said: “All of our small animals have incredible little characters and anyone would be … Continue reading…
THE abandoned eight puppies – that captured the nation’s heart – are doing well in RSPCA care.
Last Thursday afternoon [6 March] the RSPCA was contacted about the shocking discovery on Chester Road East, Queensferry, Deeside just before 4pm.
The puppies were found in a black rubbish bin by children who called a dog warden from Flintshire County Council who then called the RSPCA. The pups were so young some of them had their umbilical cords still attached.
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