When Chris Clement-Green was called to investigate an abandoned car and instead caught a badger-baiter red-handed, it cemented for her just how important animal welfare really is.

The former police officer has helped bring dog fighters and badger baiters to justice, she has ridden dressage horses, has two beloved rescue dogs and plans to leave a gift in her Will to the RSPCA.

Chris, 59, said: “I always knew I wanted to leave my estate to charity and having worked … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru has launched an appeal for information after a cat died from suspected poisoning in the Crumlin area of Newport.

The black cat named Hulk – whose owner say didn’t stray far – sadly died within hours of being poisoned on Thursday 30 August.

RSPCA inspector Izzi Hignell said: “Our thoughts are very much with the owner of this cat who tragically died after showing symptoms of being poisoned.

“Unfortunately the cat ran off after showing symptoms and was … Continue reading…

When they came into RSPCA care – they were shy, timid and very skinny dogs.

But now Monty and Molly – mother and son crossbreeds – have transformed into two loving, energetic dogs with glossy coats and are now a healthy weight.

When they came into RSPCA Cymru care they were very thin and in need of high nutritional food and veterinary treatment.

RSPCA inspector Gemma Black said: “Sadly their owners were struggling to care for them and signed Monty … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after a decomposed dog was found in a bush by a dog walker at Johnstown, Wrexham.

The sad and distressing discovery happened on Thursday 30 August – with the small brown terrier type dog being found near the old Bersham colliery spoil heap, near Bangor Road.

The dog was decomposed, covered in maggots and was wearing a maroon and white jumper.

RSPCA inspector Tim Jones said: “This must have such a distressing discovery for … Continue reading…

An appeal for information has been launched by the RSPCA after three rats were found dumped in a box in the Adamsdown area of Cardiff. 

Charity officers were alerted after the rats were found in a small park off Constellation Street, during late morning on Thursday (30 August).

The rats – understood to be two female, and one male – came into the care of the RSPCA. One is undergoing facial treatment at a veterinary practice, while the other two … Continue reading…