RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after a young sphynx cat was found in Newport.

The young tortie coloured cat – aged around three months – was found at Benson Avenue, Rogerstone, with the caller notifying the RSPCA with concerns of her welfare. 

The cat was taken to RSPCA Merthyr Tydfil veterinary clinic for a check up.

RSPCA animal collection officer (ACO) Stephanie Davidson said: “We’re appealing for information to see if she has an owner out there. Sphynx cats … Continue reading…

They have spent many hours, days, weeks and months in RSPCA care and have been overlooked time and time again.

Staff at RSPCA’s Bryn-y-Maen Animal Centre are desperately searching for forever homes and the perfect owners for several longstay animals at the Upper Colwyn Bay centre.

In particular staff are keen to find homes for ferrets Bumble, Floyd and Frankie, cat Minnie the Minx and Milo the dog who are classed as ‘long-stays’ at the centre.

Animal centre supervisor Chris … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after a Thoroughbred bay mare was found abandoned in Pembroke.

It has been reported to the animal welfare charity that on Friday 5 October the horse was seen being unloaded onto land belonging to the Windmill Hill Caravan Park which is on one of the main roads to Pembroke.

RSPCA inspector Keith Hogben said: “This Thoroughbred bay mare has a slight injury to her hip, which possibly could be an old injury as she … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru has launched its “most important campaign in a generation”, which aims to transform modern-day society’s treatment of animals for generations to come.

Generation Kind is the RSPCA’s ambitious new programme, teaching children empathy and respect for animals, with the aim of preventing cruelty and neglect in the future.

The scheme’s launch comes amid the changing way children are being exposed to images of animal abuse through social media. RSPCA Cymru has revealed that more than 300 instances* of … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after a cat was shot by an air gun for a SECOND time in Rhoose.

The black cat, named Sooty – from Odyn’s Fee, Rhoose – was believed to have been shot sometime in the first week of October, and after visiting the vets on Friday October 5 a pellet was found in his stomach.

Sooty’s owner Sarah Warren said they were so “shocked” and were “heartbroken” for Sooty to have been injured in … Continue reading…