SEREN Coed has been through a lot – but she is certainly a star.

She is currently at RSPCA Gonsal Farm Equine Welfare and Rehabilitation Centre – waiting patiently for a loving home.

Seren Coed was rescued by the RSPCA from Caernarfon in January and was found with a horrific injury to one of her hind legs.

A concerned member of the public called the RSPCA and inspector Andrew Broadbent was sent to the location. There he found Seren Coed … Continue reading…

GORGEOUS George is a little treasure.

George, a bay colt, (left) was born in RSPCA care on 5 May 2014, and is now looking for his forever home.

His mother Bubbles (pictured right) was rescued on the Gower Peninsula in an emaciated state, heavily burdened with worms and was suffering with chronic diarrhea.

RSPCA equine rehoming officer for Wales (ERO) Gareth Johnson, said slowly Bubbles’ condition improved.

“After a period of high dependency she slowly started to gain strength and … Continue reading…

THE RSPCA is launching an urgent appeal for homes for the horses, ponies and donkeys in its care.

England and Wales are in the grip of a horse crisis and it’s the animals who are paying the price.

The RSPCA is at capacity with the numbers of horses in its care and desperately need to find homes for them to free up space to take in more neglected and abused animals.

As of 19 March 2015 there were 640 equines … Continue reading…


A TRAILER tent generously donated to RSPCA’s Newport Animal Centre is still up for sale.

Last year a kindhearted Newport man donated the trailer tent to the animal centre to help them raise much needed funds for the animals.

The trailer tent is in an extremely good condition and has hardly been used.

Animal centre manager Debbie Caffull said they think the trailer tent is the biggest item they have ever been donated – but as of yet no … Continue reading…


A CAT rescued by the RSPCA – and adopted by the inspector who found him – has been injured by a pellet gun.

RSPCA inspector Tim Jones rescued a stray cat – who was a kitten at the time – last year before adopting him and naming him Ossy. The kitten was very small when he was found and was in an emaciated state.

“Ossy has been our pet ever since we rescued him and has now grown and … Continue reading…