RSPCA Cymru is appealing for the owner of an injured puppy found on a Swansea bus to come forward.

The tan coloured dog was found on a First Cymru 25 service bus going into Swansea this morning [26 May]. It is believed that the dog may have got on the bus in Manselton.

The puppy was found at around 10am by a member of the public on the bus who alerted the driver. The puppy aged between three and six … Continue reading…

THE RSPCA is appealing for the owner of an elderly cat to come forward.

A member of the public contacted the RSPCA on Tuesday 19 May following concerns about the female white cat which was found at Drake Close, St Athan, Barry.

RSPCA animal collection officer Fiona Jackson said: “The cat is 15 years old and has been microchipped.

“She is unwell and is currently receiving treatment at RSPCA’s Merthyr Clinic.

“Although she was chipped, unfortunately when we attended the … Continue reading…

THE RSPCA is appealing for information and warning pet owners to be cautious after four cats were poisoned in Cardiff.

The RSPCA has been notified that four cats from Oakmeadow Drive in St Mellons have been poisoned.

Sadly three of the cats have been put to sleep on veterinary advice due to poisonings over the past week and one is receiving treatment.

RSPCA animal welfare officer Sian Burton said: “We are not sure at this stage if the poisonings are … Continue reading…

A RSPCA Cymru rope rescue team has successfully rescued a raven entangled in baling twine in Powys.

The raven had become entangled in the twine which was stuck on a nest on a 60 metre cliff in a remote area above Staylittle near Llanbrynmair, Powys.

The rope team included inspectors Andy Broadbent, Phil Lewis, Mark Roberts and Vicki Taylor who sprung into action on Wednesday [20 May] to free the bird.

RSPCA inspector Phil Lewis said: “The twine was attached … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is calling on its supporters to urge the Welsh Government to introduce a long-awaited ban on the use of wild animals in circuses.

The animal welfare charity has long pushed for a complete ban on the use of wild animals in circuses. The power to introduce a ban lies with the National Assembly for Wales.

The complex needs of wild animals can never be adequately met in a circus environment and regular transport, cramped and bare temporary housing, … Continue reading…