Thursday 6 March 2014

Fourteen geckos have been found dumped among communal bins in Penarth. The lizards were discovered inside four plastic boxes by a local resident who was using the bins at Park View Court, Andrew Road on Sunday (March 2 2014).

There was no food or water inside the boxes but the geckos were in good condition when RSPCA Inspector Gary Lucas collected them from the surprised resident.

The geckos were found in these plastic boxes.

They were … Continue reading…

Wednesday 5 March 2014

The Welsh Government’s statement confirming that it will be a compulsory requirement for all dogs to be microchipped as of 1 March 2015 has been welcomed by RSPCA Cymru.

Today’s announcement means that dog owners across the country now have 12 months to ensure their pets are microchipped to comply with the new regulations.

The RSPCA has led the campaign on this issue in Wales for decades, believing that compulsory microchipping will help to make it … Continue reading…

Tuesday 25 February 2014

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information about a dog who was left to starve to death in a shed in Blaenau Gwent.

The emaciated body of the Staffordshire bull terrier dog was discovered by a member of the public at an allotment on Jubilee Road in New Tredegar on 18 January 2014. The dog was a white, unneutered male with black spots on both his ears.

The shed floor was covered with faeces and mud. A … Continue reading…

Collies Rory and Pepe need stable loving homes after unsettled starts in life.
Monday 24 February 2014

RSPCA Bryn-y-Maen Animal Centre in north Wales is appealing for loving homes for two dogs in their care who deserve the best of futures after terrible starts in life.

Pepe

Pepe was originally rescued as a puppy from horrendous conditions along with a large number of other collies. Soon after he came into the care of RSPCA Bryn-y-Maen, Colwyn Bay, he was diagnosed … Continue reading…

Monday 24 February 2014

THE RSPCA is appealing for information after two cats from the same household returned home with snares around their necks in the Vale of Glamorgan.

The first cat returned to his home at Wren road, St Athan on Sunday 16 February with a snare wrapped so tightly around his neck he could hardly breathe. Fortunately the owner was able to remove the snare and the cat was uninjured. On Friday 21 February the owner’s other cat … Continue reading…