RSPCA Cymru appeal for information

Tuesday 17 December 2013

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after a cat was found gasping for breath in a Rhondda street.

The brindle tabby was discovered by a member of the public in an alleyway near Hendrefadog street in Tylorstown on Thursday 5 December. She was struggling to breathe as her collar was constricted tightly around her neck. On closer examination it became apparent that two nails were wedged in the collar preventing it … Continue reading…

26.11.13

A cat stuck on a small ledge on a viaduct in Stockport, 90ft from the ground, has been reunited with his owner.

The cat was rescued by officers from the RSPCA and Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service on Friday, 22 November. He was reported to us late on Wednesday afternoon (20 November) after being spotted by a member of the public.

A very tricky situation

RSPCA Inspector Heather Morris said:

“It was a very tricky situation as he … Continue reading…

A cat stuck on a small ledge on a viaduct in Stockport, 90ft from the ground, has been safely rescued by officers from the RSPCA and Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service today.

 

The cat was reported to the RSPCA late on Wednesday afternoon (20 November) after being spotted by a member of the public.

 

RSPCA inspector Heather Morris said: “He was 90ft off the ground and 5ft down from the top of the viaduct, so it was … Continue reading…

 Female cat had been trapped in Llandudno property for at least 15 days

 Wednesday 20 November 2013

The RSPCA is searching for the owner of a cat found trapped inside an empty building in Llandudno.

The female tabby cat was spotted in an upstairs window of a house on Great Ormes road by a member of the public who contacted the RSPCA.

When inspectors arrived they discovered that the house was boarded up and estate agents had to be called … Continue reading…

A man from County Durham has become an #AnimalHero, running the Amsterdam Marathon to raise money for RSPCA Felledge Animal Centre.

 

Peter Harrison rehomed his ‘lovely cat’, called ‘Autumn’, from Felledge in January this year but, not satisfied with that, wanted to give even more back to the centre that had given her so much.

 

He completed the marathon challenge in 3:23:58. Peter said: “I was hoping to do it in less than three and half hours so … Continue reading…