Tuesday 25 March 2014
RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information about an incredibly thin dog who was handed in to the Bryn y Maen animal centre in Upper Colwyn Bay on Thursday 6 March.
The female Staffie cross breed dog, named “Twiggy” by centre staff, was handed in by a group of people who found her abandoned on the side of the A458 road in Conwy county.
Inspector Mike Pugh who is investigating the incident, said: ”Twiggy was in a … Continue reading…
Sky and Shadow need loving homes after terrible starts in life.
Friday 1 November 2013
RSPCA Bryn-y-Maen Animal Centre in north Wales is appealing for loving homes for two dogs in their care who deserve the best of futures after terrible starts in life.
Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross Sky was the worst case of emaciation staff at the centre had ever seen.
Acting Deputy Manager, Natalie James said: “She had very severe diarrhoea and was very dehydrated Despite being so … Continue reading…
RSPCA Inspector urges people to get their cats neutered
Friday 25 October 2013
RSPCA Cymru is making an appeal for information after a total of eight kittens were dumped in two separate incidents in the Wrexham area during the past week.
On Sunday (20 October) a box of five kittens were found in a cardboard box at the entrance to Stryt Las Country Park, Johnstown. The kittens were around four weeks old and quite poorly but are now in the … Continue reading…
RSPCA centre in North Wales hosting cat crazy Sunday
Wednesday 18 September 2013
Bryn y Maen animal centre near Colwyn Bay will be mad about cats on Sunday 22 September.
The centre’s first Cat Crazy Day will feature a range of cat-egories including low cost microchipping, loads of cat care advice and information, a treasure hunt and a cat less cat show where the moggies will be judged on the photographs entered by their owners. Visitors are asked not to … Continue reading…
Friday 19th July 2013
Clwyd West AM, Darren Millar with Bryn-y-Maen animal centre staff
Darren Millar, Welsh Conservative AM for Clwyd West and dedicated whippet owner, has spent the day visiting Bryn-y-Maen, the RSPCA’s animal centre in Upper Colwyn Bay.
Mr Millar said: “As a dog owner I was really interested to see at first hand the work RSPCA is doing to rehabilitate and rehome unwanted animals in Wales.
“Bryn-y-Maen does a great deal of hard work to promote animal welfare and I was struck by the effort and dedication of the staff and volunteers. Like most animal welfare organisations it is busier than ever at the moment and they deserve as much support as possible.”
The centre has 35 kennels, 36 cat pens, 18 rabbit pods and four ferret pods, as well as room for small animals, farm animals and wildlife. It provides specialist care for domestic and farm animals and staff often look after injured wildlife before release or transfer to a dedicated wildlife centre.
Centre manager Becky Lloyd said: “We were delighted to be able show Darren around Bryn-y-Maen and it meant a great deal to us that he took such a keen interest in our work.
“We were glad to have the opportunity to explain the issues we come across and the challenges we face on a daily basis.”
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