Friday 1 August 2014

The RSPCA is trying to find the owner of a dehydrated and thin pedigree cat found in Caerphilly on Wednesday (30 July).

Unfortunately because the Siamese cat had not been microchipped we have not been able to track down her owner.

The cat, who has only two teeth, is aged between eight and 10 years. She was first spotted very dehydrated and hungry at Coed-Y-Llinos in Caerphilly on Wednesday (30 July).

RSPCA animal collection officer Sarah … Continue reading…

RSPCA appeals for information after kitten found running through traffic and cat and her kitten found in closed cardboard box

Thursday 31 July 2014

THE RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat and her kitten were found abandoned in a cardboard box.

The black and white cat and her 10-week-old kitten were found at around 9am on Monday (28 July) scratching and crying in the closed box in an alleyway to the side of Frank Road in Ely. (pictured … Continue reading…

THE sky’s the limit for Rebecca Jeffery.

Daredevil Rebecca has bravely signed up to take part in a skydive in order to raise funds for the RSPCA’s Newport Animal Centre.

As Deputy Centre Manager, Rebecca is keen to raise as much as she can for the centre which looks after cats, dogs, rabbits and other domestic animals. At any one time the centre is caring for over 100 animals.

The 29-year-old said she can’t wait to take the daring leap … Continue reading…

A GENEROUS man has donated a trailer tent to help RSPCA’s Animal Centre in Newport raise much needed funds.

Norman Lawrence had put the trailer tent up for sale, but then reconsidered as he has a real love for animals and thought it would be a nice idea to donate it to the animal centre instead.

The trailer tent is in an extremely good condition and has hardly been used.
It is hoped that the sale of the tent will … Continue reading…

An RSPCA Cymru petition, backed by the British Veterinary Association, calling for an end to non-stun slaughter was officially launched today (Monday).

Current law in Wales requires animals to be stunned before slaughter – but exemptions exist for certain communities.

RSPCA Cymru’s Steve Carter and President of the BVA Welsh Branch Rob Davies kicked-off the campaign at the Royal Welsh Agricultural Show, calling on the Welsh Government to end these exemptions and implement an outright ban on slaughter without stunning … Continue reading…