The dead body of a cat has been found in a green wheelie bin in the Newbridge area.
RSPCA Cymru was alerted after the body of a soaking wet, dead black and white cat was found alongside beer cans and faeces in a wheelie bin in the vicinity of Church Road and Thorne Avenue in the area.
The charity has urged anyone with information linked to the incident to contact their inspectorate appeal line on 0300 123 8018.
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A woman has been handed a six-month community order for the way she treated her pet cat.
RSPCA Cymru attended the Upper High Street, Rhymney property of Eleanore Catherine Rhiannon Jenkins (d.o.b 15/01/1972), where a number of pets were living – including a tabby male cat then named Mischief, whose left-eye was found to be in a “horrendous condition”, partially closed due to pus and discharge.
The extent of the cat’s facial injury made it clear appropriate veterinary care was … Continue reading…
The RSPCA has issued a warning to pet owners not to ‘decorate’ their animals with accessories or jewellery after veterinary staff had to cut a bangle from a cat’s neck.
The UK’s largest and oldest animal welfare charity is urging pet owners not to dress their cats in any decorative items as they could be dangerous or cause injury.
The warning comes after an inspector came across a young cat with a metal bangle stuck around her neck.
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The RSPCA is appealing for information after two poorly cats were dumped in carriers with notes sellotaped to them asking ‘Please look after me, thank you’. One of them had to be put to sleep.
The female cats – thought to be over ten years old – were found on the doorstep of Peel Veterinary Clinic on Railway Street in Hornsea last Wednesday morning (7 February). One was in a blue carrier and one was in a blue and … Continue reading…
The burned bodies of three cats have been found by the side of a public footpath in Kibblesworth, Gateshead.
The cats appear to have been inside a cardboard box, which had also been burned.
They were discovered by someone walking down the popular lane, known locally as ‘The Lines’, at around 2pm on Saturday afternoon (28 January). They called the RSPCA.
RSPCA inspector Rachael Hurst said: “One of the cats was microchipped but the telephone number listed … Continue reading…