RSPCA Cymru has launched an appeal for information after a very thin maine coon cat with matted fur and a badly damaged mouth was found in the Barry area.
A member of the public expressed concern after seeing the tabby and white cat in a very poor condition on 16 June. The cat was microchipped – but it is understood the details registered to the chip are out of date.
However, investigations by RSPCA officers suggest the cat was owned … Continue reading…
RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after a black and white kitten was found alive in a plain blue carrier bag in a children’s playground on Vere Street, Barry.
The 10-week old kitten was discovered by a member of the public who found the kitten on Sunday night at around 11.30pm. Anyone who may have information about this kitten or who knows who the owner is should contact the RSPCA inspectorate appeal line on 0300 123 8018. Calls are treated … Continue reading…
An appeal for information has been launched after a Barry cat died on a veterinarian’s recovery table after being shot by an air rifle.
The cat, named Rusty, had the pellet removed by operation on 24 February.
An x-ray scan revealed the pellet in the cat’s back, but – sadly – Rusty did not make it through the recovery stages following surgery.
The cat started to appear unwell approximately two weeks earlier, but had no obvious wounds on her body, … Continue reading…
A badger rescued from a snare by RSPCA Cymru has been released, safe and well, back to the wild, in the Vale of Glamorgan.
RSPCA Cymru found the badger, in a Barry field, trapped in a snare next to a fence. The snare was caught around her neck, and wounds were visible on the animal’s body.
However, after a spell in specialist care, the badger made a full recovery.
She was returned safely back to the wild by the by … Continue reading…
The cruel and indiscriminate nature of snares has been highlighted, after a badger became trapped in a device in the Vale of Glamorgan.
RSPCA Cymru was alerted to the incident on 5 February, after a badger was found trapped in the snare, next to a fence, in a Barry field.
A member of the public initially thought the badger was foraging by the fence, but, after being concerned by a lack of movement, later found it to be trapped.
The … Continue reading…