RSPCA Cymru’s very own cuddly bear has helped out at the Merthyr veterinary clinic, as part of celebrations marking Build-a-Bear Workshop’s 20th birthday.
The bear has been travelling to RSPCA centres and clinics across England and Wales meeting some special animals along the way, as a thank you to the toy company for their on-going support.
A visit to the RSPCA’s Merthyr Clinic was included on the bear’s tour, where she donned a Wales football jersey and helped staff check … Continue reading…
RSPCA Newport Animal Centre is seeking donations of unwanted garden furniture.
The centre, based on Hartridge Farm Road, is looking for tables and chairs, in good condition, to use across the site.
Newport Animal Centre found loving new homes for 380 rescue animals in 2016, namely 194 cats, 109 dogs, 51 rabbits and 26 other small animals.
The centre is also seeking donations of large plastic storage boxes, with or without lids, to help store equipment and other items.
Anyone … Continue reading…
A puppy in Coventry who was described by an RSPCA inspector as one of the thinnest dogs she had ever seen has been spoiled with toys and treats donated by a kind-hearted couple who live 175 miles away.
Helen and Steve McGuirl, of Darlington, read about five-month-old lurcher William online and decided they wanted to do something to help him while he is in the care of the RSPCA.
When he was taken into the RSPCA’s Coventry Animal Centre last … Continue reading…
Our pioneering scheme which uses wildlife and the great outdoors to improve the lives of disadvantaged young parents has won an award.
The ‘Hastings Wild Things’ project, under serious funding threat, is based at our Mallydams Wood Wildlife Centre and aims to boost the prospects of local families through a range of activities at its woodland nature reserve.
Last week the scheme won the Junior Section Environmental Achievement award at the SPARK awards, run by East Sussex Council for … Continue reading…
The East Norfolk branch of the RSPCA wants to encourage more people to support them with a regular donation.
Last year, the branch rehomed nearly 200 animals including almost 160 cats, 13 dogs and nine rabbits.
The vast majority of those were brought in by inspectors because they had been abandoned, or were injured or had been ill-treated.
Taking care of traumatised animals is very costly, as they often need a lot of time and patience as well as medical … Continue reading…