Could you be the person to take a special cat out of the lonely hearts club so he won’t be the last Rolo?

Rolo, a two-year-old tabby and white cat, is currently residing at RSPCA Bryn-Y-Maen Animal Centre and has been awaiting for his forever home since he came into RSPCA care 191 days ago.

Deputy Centre manager Rachel Gibbs said: “We would love our wonderful Rolo to get his second chance of happiness and meet his perfect match. … Continue reading…

The RSPCA’s specialist emergency teams have been deployed to a number of incidents across Wales due to the flooding devastation caused by Storm Dennis.

Flocks of sheep and horses have been trapped in flooded fields in Llandeilo, Newcastle Emlyn and today (Monday 17 February) specially-trained officers have been deployed to St Asaph to rescue 22 stranded sheep.

RSPCA inspector Emma Williams also offered assistance to emergency crews at Nantgarw – where residents were evacuated from their homes. Sadly the RSPCA … Continue reading…

The RSPCA has rescued a young swan trapped in an enclosed graveyard – just months after rescuing the juvenile’s father.

An officer from the animal welfare charity was alerted after the juvenile swan was spotted among graves, in a cemetery adjacent to Highfield Road in Neath. The swan – a well-known symbol of love – was rescued today (14 February), on St Valentine’s Day.

The bird was unable to take off – likely due to the large fences and quantity … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is searching for information after a skinny and lethargic cat was found in Chepstow.

Officers from the charity responded to reports of a black and white cat, spotted on Heather Close in the Monmouthshire town.

The female cat was microchipped – however, the residents reported to the RSPCA that they had given up ownership of the cat many years ago.

An appeal for information has been launched – seeking either an owner of the cat, or anyone with … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru has given a big paws-up to plans from Wrexham County Borough Council that will ensure all dog walkers carry poo bags.

The local authority is consulting on a new ‘Dog Control and Dog Fouling’ Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO), ahead of the expiration of current rules on 1 March 2020.

Under new plans, any person who is in control of a dog will need to carry an appropriate receptacle or bag to ensure they can clean up any … Continue reading…