A mischievous cat has taken a Comet goldfish from a pond and taken it back to his home in Barry.

The fish – which is around four to six inches long – was found by the owner of the cat who brought it to their Pontypridd Road house on 24 March.

Luckily the goldfish had not been injured – apart from a few claw/tooth wounds but will hopefully make a full recovery – and was placed into a container with … Continue reading…

An injured and unwell cat has been reunited with her owner – NINE years after she went missing.

RSPCA inspector Gemma Cooper was called to rescue the injured cat from Rectory Close, Sarn, Bridgend, and on arrival was concerned about her general health.

Inspector Cooper said: “She looked extremely old, was very matted and was wobbly on her legs. She also appeared to have some problems with her vision.

“I scanned her and to my surprise she was microchipped and … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is launching an appeal for information after a horse was found collapsed in Aberfan near Merthyr Tydfil.

The distressed mare was found by a member of the public in a field behind Bryngoleu, who then contacted the RSPCA.

RSPCA inspector Gemma Cooper attended and a vet was called out to assess her condition.

Inspector Cooper said: “This poor horse was clearly in a bad way – she was underweight and had a fractured pelvis.

“A vet on site … Continue reading…

An RSPCA inspector pays a visit to celebrity Martin Clunes – in the latest episode of the new sitcom Warren. 

The comedy follows the life of driving instructor Warren Thompson, played by Clunes, following his move to Preston.

However, much of the comedy was filmed in Cardiff – including scenes where an RSPCA inspector pays a visit to Warren to check on his pet chickens.

The episode – the fourth in the series – will air at 9pm tonight (March … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for the owner of a stray chicken who has been found with a broken leg.

The chicken was found straying in a garden at King Street, Cwm, Ebbw Vale, and was placed in a box for safekeeping by the homeowners.

RSPCA inspector Izzi Hignell said: “Its leg looked sore and at the vets we discovered that the leg was broken. But it has now been plastered and should heal.

“We’re now appealing for information to try … Continue reading…