THIS little kitten is definitely one tough cookie.

Seren, who is currently at the RSPCA’s Newport Animal Centre, is the only one left of a litter of five.

Sadly her brothers and sisters all died of parvo (Feline Panleukopenia virus).

Seren, who is only six weeks old, also had the virus but luckily recovered.

Deputy manager at the centre, Rebecca Jeffery, said: “Seren is one tough little cookie to be the only survivor.

“We are now looking for a home … Continue reading…

A DOG which was found after being allegedly beaten in Caerphilly is on the mend.

The poor brindle lurcher was found collapsed by a member of the public on a small grass verge at the end of Rudry Road, Rudry, Caerphilly, at 7.10pm on Tuesday 16 September.

A member of the public, who notified the RSPCA, said a woman riding a horse said she saw two men beating a dog and then run off.

The dog – now named Sergeant … Continue reading…

THE RSPCA is appealing for information after an unwell cat was found in Caerphilly.

The elderly male tabby cat was found by a member of the public on Sunday (21 September) at Heol Ysgubor.

RSPCA animal collection officer Rachel Chapman said: “He is an elderly cat with health issues but he has been microchipped which showed he was registered to an address in Bristol.

“But unfortunately the telephone number is not in use anymore. The cat has a shaved patch … Continue reading…

THE RSPCA has freed a gull that had become tangled in fishing litter.

The gull was found by a member of the public on the promenade at Llanfairfechan, Gwynedd on Monday (22 September).

RSPCA animal collection officer (ACO) William Galvin, who was assisted by RSPCA animal collection officer Ann Lloyd Williams, was called to help the bird which had a hook and six feet of line attached to it along with a heavy weight.

ACO Galvin said: “We were able … Continue reading…

SEABIRDS that became trapped in fishing net have been rescued by the RSPCA.

Eight shags were found stuck in a net near Clynnogfawr, Caernarfon, on Wednesday (17 September).

Three shags were released to the wild, two are to receive treatment to their injuries, but three birds were sadly found dead.

RSPCA animal collection officer William Galvin, who was assisted by RSPCA inspector Mark Roberts, said: “The two shags have been taken to the RSPCA’s Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre for treatment…. Continue reading…