A black cat has been rescued from a tight squeeze – after getting their neck badly caught-up in netting between two Port Talbot properties.
RSPCA Cymru was contacted on Saturday (14 April) after a member of the public saw the panicked cat thrashing around and constrained by green netting adjacent to two walls.
An RSPCA animal welfare officer attended Trefelin Crescent, and was able to cut the terrified moggy free from the netting.
Fortunately, the cat was not injured from … Continue reading…
RSPCA Cymru has rescued the 100th seal of an “exceptionally busy season” for the animal welfare charity in the south west and west of Wales.
The latest seal to be helped by the charity was seen following a member of the public across a Caswell Bay beach in Swansea, and was shivering constantly. There were loose dogs on the beach, which also caused concern that the seal could be in danger.
RSPCA officers attended, and rescued the pup on Tuesday … Continue reading…
RSPCA officers have abseiled 25-metres down a Swansea cliff edge to save a stranded sheep, with the dramatic rescue caught on camera.
The charity was alerted after members of the public spotted the sheep, trapped down a cliff in the Pitton area of Rhossili, in the Gower Peninsula.
An RSPCA rope rescue team attended and abseiled down the cliff to rescue the stranded animal. The rescue was completed on 10 January.
The sheep was safely caught by RSPCA officers, … Continue reading…
A plucky cat who ventured to the top of a telegraph pole had to be rescued – after getting stranded up there!
The RSPCA was contacted by a member of the public who spotted that the tabby cat had been stuck at the top of the 30ft-high pole in Warwick Road, in Bootle, Liverpool, for at least two hours.
Animal Welfare Officer Matt Brown and Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service attended shortly after receiving the call on Monday afternoon … Continue reading…
Some 220 Manx shearwaters were rescued in West Wales by RSPCA Cymru last week, following stormy weather conditions – and the public are being urged to be on the look-out for more.
The new figure follows an initial rescue operation on Newgale beach, where some 144 of the seabirds were saved following a mass landing.
Rescue efforts continued – with a further 50 seabirds rescued from Pembrokeshire’s Druidstone beach, in addition to many more on Tenby’s beaches, and some found … Continue reading…