An RSPCA cattery in Cheshire is desperately looking for a home for a cat who used to live rough but now loves lying in a luxurious hanging bed all day and watching the world go by.
Black and white cat Gina came into the RSPCA’s Stapeley Grange Cattery, in Nantwich, at the beginning of August after being found as a stray in Stockport.
She was moved into one of the pods at the cattery, where staff placed a hanging bed … Continue reading…
The search is on for the owner of a tabby cat found in Newport with an eye problem.
RSPCA Cymru was alerted after a member of the public found the neutered male cat in the Marlowe Gardens area of the city.
It is believed the cat may be lost from home as he is “very friendly”, and the animal welfare charity is now appealing for information in the hope the owner may come forward.
The older male cat was not … Continue reading…
A cat found lost in Cardiff with a microchip registered to Cyprus has been reunited with his happy and relieved owners, following a successful RSPCA Cymru appeal.
Limmy, a ginger cat, had been missing from his owners – the Biggs family – since 22 August.
The ginger and white cat was found by a member of the public in the Butetown / Cardiff Bay area of Cardiff on 15 October, snuffling and sneezing. They alerted the RSPCA, which prompted a … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat was found in Urmston, Greater Manchester in a ‘horrendous state’.
His left eye was missing and the socket infected and he was completely blind. He was also emaciated, his fur was heavily matted and had fly eggs in it.
He had to be put to sleep by a vet on humane grounds.
RSPCA inspector Lorna Campbell collected him from Lowther Gardens on Sunday 29 October after a call from … Continue reading…
An injured cat was dumped on the doorstep of the RSPCA’s Newport Animal Centre on Saturday evening.
The tortoiseshell-and-white female cat was found by Centre staff during the early evening of Saturday (4 November), prompting an appeal for information about the circumstances behind the abandonment.
Staff found the cat with an injured neck, which was red and sore. The cat also has a severe flea infestation, but was not microchipped – meaning its owner cannot be easily traced.
The poor … Continue reading…