A snake which was rescued by RSPCA Cymru after being found in the sewage system at a Caernarfon Treatment Works has been reunited with her owner FOUR MONTHS after escaping.
RSPCA Cymru was contacted after the Carolina corn snake was found by unsuspected employees at the Dwr Cymru site in North Wales.
The snake was rescued by an RSPCA officer, with the assistance of staff at the Treatment Works, prompting a search for the owner.
Ms Rebecca Wood, from Llanllyfni … Continue reading…
An RSPCA branch is offering dog owners the chance to get their pooch microchipped for only five pounds in Caernarfon.
RSPCA West Gwynedd is urging people whose dogs are not yet identified in this way to attend a special microchipping session.
The event takes place on Saturday 30 September, at Noddfa, Cil Peblig, Caernarfon, LL55 2RS, and will run from 10:30am to 15:30pm.
Households can get a maximum of two dogs chipped for five pounds each.
The Caernarfon-based event will … Continue reading…
Now that’s the pits! A hedgehog had a smelly encounter – and a lucky escape – after he became trapped in a slurry pit at a farm in Caernarfon.
RSPCA Cymru animal collection officer (ACO) William Galvin attended the farm in Saron on Tuesday (5 September), where the poor creature had managed to get wedged in the pit and was unable to escape.
ACO Galvin said: “It’s unclear how this hedgehog managed to get into this fix! Perhaps he was … Continue reading…