A black cat has been rescued from a tight squeeze – after getting their neck badly caught-up in netting between two Port Talbot properties.

RSPCA Cymru was contacted on Saturday (14 April) after a member of the public saw the panicked cat thrashing around and constrained by green netting adjacent to two walls.

An RSPCA animal welfare officer attended Trefelin Crescent, and was able to cut the terrified moggy free from the netting.

Fortunately, the cat was not injured from … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after an emaciated and very poorly cat was dumped in a field in Tamworth.

The female tabby cat, who is thought to be around 10-years-old, was found in a pink cat carrier in a field off Syerscote Lane, on 1 April.

RSPCA animal collection officer (ACO) Catherine Strawford collected her and took her to the charity’s Birmingham Animal Hospital.

ACO Strawford said: “She is very thin and when she was weighed on arrival at … Continue reading…

A very savvy cat has been put in charge of RSPCA Cymru’s brand new Instagram account, and is doing a “paw-some” job with her keen eye for slick selfies, and fabulous photographs.  

Charity staff were stunned as the photogenic feline – from the RSPCA’s Newport Animal Centre – showed a keen eye for snapping fantastic photos; using her paws to take wonderful selfies of rescue animals.

The cat – known to her friends as “Flash” – has now been put … Continue reading…

A cat who was named Lucky after being rescued from the seets by the RSPCA is hoping her name will finally bring her good luck – after a run of bad fortunes.

The six-month-old kitten is currently at RSPCA’s Stapeley Grange Cattery, in Nantwich, Cheshire, after spending the last four months recovering from various health issues.

When she first arrived at Stapeley, staff named her Lucky as she was lucky to have survived being a stray on the streets at … Continue reading…

He’s a true scaredy cat – but it’s not by his own admission.

Doyle was found at a multi-cat household in Cardiff, living in filthy conditions, and in the dark before he was taken into RSPCA Cymru care.

He’s now with RSPCA Newport Adoption Centre, which is based at Pets at Home at Mendalgief Retail Park, and they’re searching for a special home for him.

Rehoming coordinator Gaynor Smith said: “Our darling Doyle is quite a scared cat, so we … Continue reading…