RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information to track down the owner of a ginger and white cat.

The male cat was found in an empty property on Richards Street in Cardiff.

RSPCA inspector Selina Griffiths was able to gain entry to the property with the help of the landlord, with the cat being taken into RSPCA care.

Inspector Griffiths said: “This cat is very friendly and was alert and was very vocal when found. We don’t know if the cat … Continue reading…

A thin otter cub suffering from hypothermia has been taken into RSPCA care.

The otter was found by a member of the public collapsed and very unwell at the side of the busy A470 in Ganllwyd, Gwynedd, and was rushed to a veterinary practice in Dolgellau.

The vets found the otter to be seriously hypothermic and dehydrated, but luckily the vets managed to warm up and rehydrate the little otter, which weighed just 1.3kg, before contacting RSPCA for assistance.

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RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information following the suspected poisoning of two cats – which belong to the same family – in Connah’s Quay.

Stuart and Donna Jones contacted the RSPCA after their cats Milly and Bumble were taken ill and sadly were put to sleep by a vet after their health took a turn for the worst. They tragically lost their cats within six weeks of each other.

Milly became ill during the first week of October and unfortunately … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after an injured cat – thought to have been involved in a car collision – was found in Cwmbran.

Due to her injuries, the grey female Persian cat is believed to have been involved in a road traffic collision. She was found on Thursday (29 November) at Blaen Bran Close in Cwmbran and was taken to a local vets by a member of the public and then transferred to RSPCA Merthyr Tydfil veterinary clinic…. Continue reading…

A lethargic Swansea gull has been rescued by the RSPCA after getting trapped between the city’s Metropole Chambers and a neighbouring bar.

RSPCA Cymru officers attended after the gull was spotted, unable to move in a gap approximately ten inches wide on Thursday (29 November), on Salubrious Passage in the South West Wales city.

The gap was at the second floor level of the two buildings, and the RSPCA needed to utilise ladders to access the gull. The rescue was … Continue reading…