Tuesday 25 February 2014
RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information about a dog who was left to starve to death in a shed in Blaenau Gwent.
The emaciated body of the Staffordshire bull terrier dog was discovered by a member of the public at an allotment on Jubilee Road in New Tredegar on 18 January 2014. The dog was a white, unneutered male with black spots on both his ears.
The shed floor was covered with faeces and mud. A … Continue reading…
Monday 3 February 2014
RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information about four Jack Russell puppies who were handed into a veterinary practice in Haverfordwest on Friday (January 31st 2014) with suspected chemical burns on their bodies.
The dogs were taken to the vets in the Portfield area by a group of people who said they had found the dogs dumped on the road, although they did not leave their contact details and left promptly afterwards.
The dogs were in a … Continue reading…
Wednesday January 29 2014
RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information following reports that a number of birds have been shot in Beddau.
Over the last month local residents say a number birds – including crows, blackbirds and magpies – have been shot by someone using an airgun in the Gwaunmiskin road area.
Yesterday, RSPCA inspector Simon Evans, who is investigating the alleged incidents, retrieved a dead crow which is believed to be one of the victims.
He said: “It seems … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for witnesses to an alleged attack on a dog in Clitheroe the Saturday before Christmas (21 December 2013) to come forward.
It’s alleged that a Border terrier-type dog was kicked, thrown into a road and dropped off a bridge into a stream by a man on Waterloo Road just before 11pm, in front of several people.
The female dog – described as tan and black with some white on her chest – was rescued … Continue reading…
A 19 year old woman from Staffordshire is becoming an #AnimalHero by having her head shaved in aid of the RSPCA tomorrow (Friday 20 December 2013).
Nikki Kelly, who lives on Linden Grove, Newcastle Under Lyme decided she wanted to do some fundraising after seeing an RSPCA advert on TV. She said: “I wanted to do something to help.
“Animals don’t deserve the treatment they get and some of them suffer terribly.
“I’ve got two dogs, a … Continue reading…