An RSPCA appeal for information has been launched after a suspected double pigeon shooting in the Adamsdown area of Cardiff.
RSPCA inspector Darren Oakley was alerted after a member spotted a pigeon with an injured wing on 29 January.
The caller had safely confined the injured bird – but as inspector Oakley approached the property, he spotted another pigeon dead on the roadside.
Both birds were taken to a local veterinary practice – and X-rays revealed a pellet inside the … Continue reading…
The RSPCA has released images of a person they hope to speak to, as they continue to investigate the circumstances behind the dumping of a dying young dog in Birkenhead.
An appeal for information was launched by the animal welfare charity, after the bulldog-type dog was taken into the Animal Trust Vets in Birkenhead on Sunday 6 December in a very bad way.
The dog was severely malnourished and in a collapsed state, with a series of severe health problems … Continue reading…
Two birds have been shot on the North Park Estate in Cardigan, prompting the RSPCA to launch an appeal for information.
Officers from the charity were alerted after a gull and a pigeon were found injured in the same area on Saturday 12 September.
Veterinary examination – at Priory Vets in the Pwllhai area of Cardigan – confirmed both birds had been injured by pellet wounds – likely from an air rifle.
Sadly, the gull had to be put to … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is searching for the owner of a stray corn snake found in Brynmawr.
Officers from the animal welfare charity were contacted after the snake was found by a member of the public on Somerset Street in the South Wales town, last Tuesday (2 June).
Reports to the RSPCA suggest the loose snake had a near-miss incident with a motorcycle, but fortunately has no injuries. RSPCA Cymru now hopes an owner of the snake can be found and has … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat was shot in Harwood, Bolton.
Three-year-old Edward had to be operated on to have the airgun pellet removed, and vets say he had ‘a lucky escape’, as the pellet just missed his vital organs.
His owner Angela Paxton-Taylor, who lives in Orchard Gardens, said: “It’s nearly two weeks since it happened and thankfully he’s recovering well.
“He was behaving strangely on the Saturday (2 May), and wouldn’t eat … Continue reading…