The RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat was shot in Treorchy, sustaining serious injuries.
The incident happened in Miskin Street on Saturday 15 June. The male black and white five year old cat was shot twice in his mouth and left eye. As a result of the injuries sustained, the left eye had to be removed.
RSPCA Inspector Gemma Black said: “This was a very cruel and callous act, resulting in a debilitating injury to this defenceless creature. … Continue reading…
Cat dies after being poisoned with anti-freeze in Pontypridd
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat was fatally poisoned in Pontypridd. The cat returned to its home in Oak Street, Rhydefelin on Saturday 3 June in a critical condition. The owners took it to a veterinary surgery in Treforest where the vet confirmed the cat was suffering from antifreeze poisoning and put the animal to sleep.
The latest death follows a spate of similar poisonings in Caerphilly … Continue reading…
Take care where you place traps to catch rodents warns RSPCA Cymru after a cat in Hengoed walked into a rat trap.
The owner found the cat on Wednesday 29 May in a ditch in the village after she had being missing for nine hours. The trap was clamped to her foot and she was in obvious discomfort but the owner managed to release her safely.
RSPCA officer Selina Chan said:
“We understand that people need to lay these
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Forget Wiggins and Hoy, this summer two fearless RSPCA supporters are planning to cycle the length of Wales to raise funds for the Bryn-y-Maen Animal Centre in Colwyn Bay and the Search and Rescue Dog Association (SARDA) Wales.
Glyn Bayley and John Burson, who both work at the Bryn-y-Maen centre, hope to tackle the 250 mile journey in less than seven days even though the route is one of the toughest on the UK’s cycle network with more … Continue reading…
Welsh Government plans to make microchipping compulsory for all dogs in Wales have been welcomed by RSPCA Cymru.
The animal welfare charity has been leading the campaign on this issue in Wales for several years. RSPCA Cymru believes that compulsory microchipping will help make it easier to identify the owners of those dogs that have strayed or are being mistreated, neglected, abandoned or lost.
Claire Lawson, RSPCA Cymru head of external affairs said:
“Although we welcome this announcement, we
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