We are appealing for information after a young cat had to have her leg amputated after being shot by an air rifle in Poole.
Phoenix, an 18 month old pale ginger cat, left her home as usual late in the evening of 10 September.
Her brother Jinx returned home, but the cats’ owner Vicky Willan didn’t see Phoenix again until Friday morning (13 September) when she found the cat at the front of her house crying and unable to … Continue reading…
Cat was injured following a fight with another cat.
Friday 20 September 2013
RSPCA Cymru is trying to locate the owner of a cat found injured in Newport on Thursday 19th September.
The female tortoiseshell cat was discovered bleeding with patches of fur missing in the Rugby road area of Maindee.
The cat was diagnosed with having an abscess on the base of her tail which was most likely to have been caused by a bite during a fight with … Continue reading…
RSPCA branches and animal centres across the North of England are facing a cat crisis with many reporting unprecedented numbers of felines in their care.
The crisis is so bad that most branches and centres are unable to take in any more cats at the moment and several have more than 100 desperately waiting for new homes.
Our staff and volunteers at centres and branches say the pressure facing them is escalating and they are calling on the public … Continue reading…
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…