Don’t FUR-get to register your interest in holding a stall at RSPCA Bryn y Maen Animal Centre’s dog show – before it’s too late!

The family filled fun event will take place at the Upper Colwyn Bay centre on Sunday, May 20 between 11am and 4pm.

The day will include dog classes for all ages, ‘rescue dog of the year’, tombola, games, raffle, BBQ and refreshments and dog agility – along with the many stalls.

Animal centre supervisor Chris Butler … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru answered almost 300 calls in 2017 about animals harmed by rubbish, according to shocking new figures.

In total, the charity recieved 278 calls from Wales over the year about animals impacted by litter and discarded objects – incidences the RSPCA say are “entirely avoidable”.

Litter-related incidents across 2017 included three gulls who had to be put to sleep after being found trapped in fishing litter, at Hendre Lake in Cardiff.

RSPCA Cymru worked with Cardiff City Council, and … Continue reading…

Three rescue animals with St David’s Day-inspired names are seeking new homes from the RSPCA’s Bryn-Y-Maen Animal Centre.

Davina the cat, Dewi the dog and Dafydd the cockerel are three of the animals seeking a second chance of happiness from the RSPCA centre, at Upper Colwyn Bay, as people across North Wales and beyond mark the day of the patron saint of Wales.

One of the beautiful cats presently in the centre’s care is Davina. She was collected by an … Continue reading…

A member of the public in Bagillt had a shock after their door was knocked, and they were handed a poorly snake stuffed in a pillowcase.

The boa constrictor was dumped at the Neston View property yesterday evening (27 February), shortly after 6.30pm.

People at the household already kept a number of exotic pets – so it is believed the individual dropping off the snake was aware of this.

An RSPCA officer attended the property to collect a very lethargic, … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after a cat was believed to have been shot by an air gun in Barry.

The black cat, named Sooty – from Odyn’s Fee, Rhoose – was discovered to have a pellet under his skin after he was taken to a local by his concerned owner.

RSPCA inspector Gemma Black said: “Sooty’s owner found a lump on his abdomen and took him to the vets to get it checked out.

“At the vets, they … Continue reading…