RSPCA Cymru has dealt with 1,641 animal welfare incidents in the month following the nation entering lockdown.
Dramatic new figures show that – despite the Covid-19 restrictions – the RSPCA is dealing with more than 51 incidents each and every day in Wales.
The charity has released the figures as part of its emergency appeal, launched to keep its rescue teams out on the road during the Coronavirus crisis and continuing to reach and rescue animals most in need. … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat’s body was discovered skewered, burned, and sitting on top of a disposable barbecue in Doncaster.
The cat was found in an alleyway opposite the shops on Beckett Road, Wheatley, on Thursday morning (16 April).
RSPCA Inspector Tamsin Drysdale said: “The person who found the cat said she had a skewer through her body and was laying on the top of a disposable barbecue.
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The RSPCA has teamed-up with firefighters to rescue a cat stuck hopelessly up a tree in Cwmbran, as emergency responses for animals continue amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
Officers from the animal welfare charity were alerted after the cat was spotted in a field just off Birch Grove in the South Wales town.
RSPCA Cymru enlisted the help of the South Wales Fire and Rescue Service to come to the cat’s aid on 25 March.
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The RSPCA is searching for information after a skinny and lethargic cat was found in Chepstow.
Officers from the charity responded to reports of a black and white cat, spotted on Heather Close in the Monmouthshire town.
The female cat was microchipped – however, the residents reported to the RSPCA that they had given up ownership of the cat many years ago.
An appeal for information has been launched – seeking either an owner of the cat, or anyone with … Continue reading…
A kitten has been rescued by the RSPCA after being found in an industrial bin in Durham.
The 10-week-old tortie and white female was heard meowing by a member of the public the day before she was found on Friday (20 December).
RSPCA animal collection officer (ACO) Shane Lynn got to the scene, in an alley off Providence Row, at 4.45pm. He said: “It seems incredibly unlikely that this kitten got into the bin on her own.
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