The RSPCA has launched an urgent search for the owner of a three-legged cat, found dumped in a recycling bin, covered with fleas and ticks, in Pontypool.
Charity staff were contacted when the cat was found in the South Wales town last Wednesday (14 November).
Shockingly, a member of the public reported finding the cat inside a recycling bin.
The cat is not microchipped – and has been in the RSPCA’s care since being collected from Pontypool.
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An RSPCA appeal for information has been launched amid concerns a number of cats have been poisoned near Whitland.
RSPCA officers have been contacted with reports that five cats have died in suspicious circumstances in the vicinity of Whitland and Lampeter Velfrey. The incidents happened on High Street.
Three of the cats were owned by local resident Michelle Davies. All her cats faced similar symptoms – appearing lethargic, and – in some cases – had blood appearing from the mouth…. Continue reading…
Just like vampires and ghosts, the black cat is a traditional image at Halloween. In UK folklore they are a symbol of bad luck but despite common myths there is nothing superstitious about black cats.
At the RSPCA’s Stapeley Grange cattery, in Nantwich, Cheshire, there are black cats waiting to find a new home at this spooky time of year.
The cattery has gotten into the spirit of Halloween in an effort to encourage people to rehome their black cats…. Continue reading…
RSPCA staff to take part in cattery sleepover to raise money for moggies this Halloween
The staff at RSPCA South Godstone Animal Centre in Surrey are taking part in a ‘spooky’ cattery sleepover to raise much-needed funds for the 61 cats currently in their care.
The sponsored sleepover will take place on Wednesday (24 October) with four members of staff camping out overnight in the main corridor area of the cattery alongside the cat pods.
The cattery has also … Continue reading…
Two small cats have been found abandoned on a Newport driveway, prompting an RSPCA plea for information.
A member of the public found the cats on their driveway on Bassaleg Road in the South East Wales city on Wednesday (17 October).
The cats – one who is predominantly white, and the other who is mainly tortoiseshell – are fortunately in good health, but the RSPCA has launched an appeal in the hope of finding out who, and why, they were … Continue reading…