Snow may have fallen across much of North Wales in recent days – but one snowy-coloured, long-stay feline at the RSPCA Bryn-Y-Maen Animal Centre continues to search for his second chance of happiness.

Monty, a four-year-old domestic shorthair, is a gentle giant, and is looking for a calm and peaceful new home to match his chilled-out personality.

He has been in the RSPCA’s care since June, after he was seen by a member of the public straying in the Conwy … Continue reading…

RSPCA Bryn-Y-Maen Centre is seeking volunteers to support animal welfare by becoming foster carers.

The centre, based in Upper Colwyn Bay, is seeking individuals who could offer suitable, temporary homes to any of their animals and – in particular – puppies and small breed dogs.

Bryn-Y-Maen rehomed 453 animals in 2016, and foster carers often play a vital role in the rehabilitation process for animals rescued from cruelty and neglect.

RSPCA foster carers provide support to many different animals – … Continue reading…

A miracle kitten who was rescued by RSPCA Cymru – after being dropped from the sky by a gull – is now available for re-homing.

The kitten was aged approximately four weeks old when, on 3 May, she was collected from the Golden Sands Holiday Camp, in the Rhyl area,

A member of the public had seen the kitten be swooped upon by a gull, before being dropped to the ground.  It was thought she was from a … Continue reading…

Dog lovers from across North Wales are invited to the RSPCA Bryn-Y-Maen Animal Centre’s Fun Dog Show on 21 May.

The ‘Fun Dog Show’ is taking place at the Centre, in Upper Colwyn Bay, on Sunday 21 May, and runs from 11am until 4pm.

Staff at the Centre have highlighted how the show celebrates “everything we love about dogs, of all breeds, shapes and sizes”.

There will be fun dog classes aimed at owners of all ages during the day, … Continue reading…

Three cats affectionately named after Charles Dickens characters are urgently looking for new homes, from the RSPCA’s Bryn-Y-Maen Animal Centre.

Oliver Twist, Fagin and Bullseye all arrived at the Centre at the same time, having been signed over into RSPCA Cymru care after their previous owner died. They arrived at Bryn-Y-Maen in mid-February.

They are three of ten cats who came into the charity’s care from a single Bangor property – all of whom now have names inspired by Charles … Continue reading…