RSPCA centre in North Wales hosting cat crazy Sunday
Wednesday 18 September 2013
Bryn y Maen animal centre near Colwyn Bay will be mad about cats on Sunday 22 September.
The centre’s first Cat Crazy Day will feature a range of cat-egories including low cost microchipping, loads of cat care advice and information, a treasure hunt and a cat less cat show where the moggies will be judged on the photographs entered by their owners. Visitors are asked not to … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information about a much loved cat who died after being shot in Mountain Ash, Rhondda Cynon Taf – the third incident of its kind in the same street.
On Sunday (September 8th) Cheryl Jones’ black and white, female cat called Splash returned home to Railway Terrace, bleeding, dragging herself and making a crying noise.
Ms Jones initially thought Splash had been in a fight and made her comfortable in the living room, but sadly she … Continue reading…
The RSPCA would like to contact the owner of an elderly cat found wandering in Haverhill in Suffolk on Sunday 1 September.
The cat, a female light coloured tabby, is thought to be about 15-years-old. She is thin and weak but no more than would be expected at her age.
She was taken to a vet’s who found a microchip which told them that she was registered to someone living in Larks Close in Haverhill.
RSPCA inspector Richard … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information about the owner of an injured cat who was left in a taped up carrier just off a beaten track in woodland in Brandon, in Suffolk.
The blue cat carrier, which was tightly shut with a lot of gaffer tape, was found by a walker near Willow Close on Monday 2 September around 6pm. There was a plate of food inside the cage.
The cat, an entire male, black and white long-haired cat … Continue reading…
We are appealing for information on how a cat and her kittens came to be dumped in Gloucester.
A shivering mother cat and her two kittens were found abandoned on a bench in Berkeley Street, Gloucester this week.
The cats had been wrapped tightly in a pink paw print blanket and left on a bench in the town centre.
Luckily they were spotted by an eagle-eyed member of the public who took them home and called us.
RSPCA Inspector … Continue reading…