An RSPCA animal welfare clinic is now operating in Wrexham.

The mobile veterinary clinic is run by five RSPCA branches – Aberconwy Branch, Anglesey Branch, Clwyd & Colwyn Branch, West Gwynedd Branch and Wrexham District & Deeside Branch – and is funded entirely by donations and the fundraising efforts of volunteers.

The clinic – which is staffed by a veterinary surgeon and volunteers – visits eight venues every week, providing subsidised veterinary treatment to low-income pet owners, offering one to … Continue reading…

Do you have your Christmas present shopping in full swing?

When you’re filling up your shopping baskets this December – why not add in something little for a rescue animal like Bella who is awaiting her forever home?

RSPCA Bryn-Y-Maen Animal Centre has launched its very own shoebox appeal – to give the dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs and ferrets in their care some special surprises over this festive season.

RSPCA Bryn-Y-Maen prioritises animals taken in by RSPCA officers; often … Continue reading…

Neath Port Talbot Council has become Wales’ first local authority to back a series of measures to mitigate the risks fireworks can pose to animals and their welfare.

Councillors unanimously backed noise limits and tougher restrictions on firework displays on Wednesday (27 November), to help ease difficulties for animals, and vulnerable people.

NPT’s move follows the launch of the RSPCA’s ‘Bang Out Of Order’ campaign; encouraging the responsible use of fireworks, and the adoption of tighter regulations concerning … Continue reading…

Shetland pony Tink was found by the RSPCA alone and up to her tummy in a muddy, wet field – but is now thriving in the charity’s care. 

Tink’s story of triumph over adversity has seen her chosen as the star of the charity’s Christmas video for their festive appeal ‘Stock the Sleigh for the RSPCA’.

In the video, Tiny stars as the little pony who dreams of being a reindeer at Christmas, slipping out of her stable to deliver … Continue reading…

The people of Newport can get into the Christmas spirit by attending the local RSPCA animal centre’s festive fete – and even have the chance to meet Old Saint Nick himself.

RSPCA Newport Animal Centre will be fundraising at the event at the Ringland Labour Club on Saturday (30 November), from 11am until 2pm.  Entry to the event is free and booking in advance is not required.

Stalls will be selling a host of festive goodies – including handmade Christmas … Continue reading…