Tuesday 30 July 2013

RSPCA Cymru is making an urgent appeal to trace the owner of a dog found collapsed on Newport Road in Cardiff last night.

The elderly black and white female Staffordshire Bull terrier was found outside Blooms Garden centre at around 1845 by a passer by.

She had breathing difficulties, a swollen eye and a huge lump on her chest.

An RSPCA inspector took her to the vets where she was diagnosed with having a large tumour … Continue reading…

“She was incredibly thin, all of her ribs, shoulder and pelvic bones were showing”.
Monday 29 July 2013

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information about an abandoned dog found wandering on the A458 road near Welshpool on the morning of Friday 26th July.

The two-year-old grey and white Staffordshire Bull Terrier bitch was in a very poor condition when she was found outside the Neuadd Bridge caravan park in Llanfair Caereinion. Although she had been microchipped the chip was not … Continue reading…

“Spending the day on the front line with an inspector gave me an insight into how vital the RSPCA’s work is in helping animals who can’t help themselves”

Friday 26 July 2013

Welsh Conservative AM for North Wales, Mark Isherwood has spent the day on duty with an RSPCA Inspector in north Wales.

He joined Deputy Chief Inspector Rachael Davies on several calls and discovered the issues inspectors face when they go about their work on a daily basis.

Among … Continue reading…

Cat was disorientated and covered in maggots

Friday July 26 2013 

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information about a cat who was found wandering in an appalling state with two gunshot wounds in his head last night (Thursday 25 July).

A group of teenage boys called the RSPCA  after seeing the grey and white cat in a disorientated state near the river on the Blackwood Business Park in Pontllanfraith.

When RSPCA Inspector Gemma Black arrived she discovered that the young … Continue reading…

 

Newport based City Wildlife Care and RSPCA Cymru are asking the public to think twice before picking up young herring gulls.

City Wildlife Care says it has been inundated with young gulls and recently accommodated 40 birds, many of whom were brought in by concerned members of the public.

Both organisations will rescue and collect sick and injured birds but people are starting to collect healthy young chicks that do not require attention.

A spokesman for City Wildlife Care … Continue reading…