THE RSPCA has assisted with rescuing a pigeon that became stuck in netting at the top of a Cardiff building.
Inspector Nicola Johnson was called help rescue the bird that was trapped at the top of a Queen Street building at around 5.30pm on Wednesday (1 October).
“South Wales Fire and Rescue Service attended to safely remove the pigeon as it was trapped in netting on the building that was six storeys high,” she said.
“Unfortunately the pigeon had one … Continue reading…
THE RSPCA has rescued a sheep trapped in a sticky bog at Snowdonia National Park.
Inspector Andy Broadbent was called to Fron at Upper Llandwrog, Caernarfon on Thursday (2 October) to rescue a sheep that had become stuck in a deep bog on the slopes of Mynydd Mawr.
“The sheep had fallen into bog and was stuck up to the neck,” he said. “I crawled out to it over the bog which was very fluid and managed to loop rope … Continue reading…
THE RSPCA is looking for the owner of a lost parakeet.
The colourful bird was found by a member of the public at Delamere Avenue, Buckley on 13 September.
RSPCA inspector Mark Roberts collected the parakeet and took the tame bird to RSPCA’s Bryn y Maen Animal Centre.
“The parakeet is very friendly and had no injuries,” he said. “The bird was found in someone’s garden who took it into their conservatory.”
Animal centre manager Vicky Williams said: “We have … Continue reading…
A PET blessing service is to be held at St Tydfil’s Church, Merthyr Tydfil on Sunday 5 October.
The event is being run in association with RSPCA’s Glamorgan North and East branch and will take place at 3pm.
Father Mark Prevett said: “For us this is Animal Welfare Sunday and is the Sunday nearest the day we remember St Francis of Assisi, who is the Patron Saint of Animals.
“We are holding a service at 3pm in the afternoon at … Continue reading…
ASSEMBLY Members will be among those raising awareness of how some farm animals are kept by taking part in an egg-citing challenge.
This year’s RSPCA Farm Animal Week takes place from Monday 29 September to Sunday 5 October and the theme is: Farm animals are individuals.
If you would like to be part of the mooovement come and visit us on Thursday 2 October as we will be outside the Senedd in Cardiff Bay between 9am to 4pm, where we … Continue reading…