They have sadly been overlooked time and time again – but Benjamin and Barney have so much love to give.

RSPCA Newport Animal Centre is looking for forever homes for the two dogs (separately) after sadly they have not received much interest by visitors.

Kennel and cattery supervisor Samantha Richmond said: “Both Benjamin and Barney have been waiting to find their forever homes for far too long.

“They may be a little bit older than some of the other dogs, … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after an injured cat was found to have been shot by an air gun TWICE, on two separate occasions.

The animal welfare charity was contacted on Friday (16 February) by Vets4Pets Rhyl in Rhuddlan after a black and white cat had been brought in by a member of the public. He was injured severely and had no use of his back legs.

The vet carried out surgery but they took the sad decision to … Continue reading…

A dog trapped on a 50 foot high ledge at a Swansea quarry – at the time of an earthquake – has been successfully rescued and reunited with his owners.

The small collie cross had become trapped around 20 meters down the quarry which was also 50 foot high up from the ground. He was first spotted at 1.15pm on Saturday.

The difficult and challenging rescue took place at Rosehill Quarry near Townhill in Swansea on Saturday (17 February), which … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is issuing a warning of the dangers of litter after a duck was found with a plastic ring stuck around his head and beak.

Tragically the hybrid duck, who was spotted at a lake by Cwmcelyn Road, Blaina, Abertillery, was so severely injured he was put to sleep at the scene to prevent further suffering.

RSPCA Cymru received a call on 6 February by a concerned member of the public who had seen the duck with a plastic … Continue reading…

Can you help find a perfect, loving home for pretty Purdy this Saint Valentine’s Day?

Sweetheart Purdy, a ginger and white domestic shorthair crossbreed – is one of the most affectionate cats RSPCA Bryn-y-Maen Animal Centre have ever had in their care.

Sadly her owner wasn’t able to care for her and was abandoned at the centre in October.

Centre manager Mel Kermode said: “We named her Purdy after her wonderful affectionate purring.

“She has no tail but it does … Continue reading…