A lame duck and domesticated goose have been found by the RSPCA injured at a pond in Tredegar.
Officers from the charity were responding to calls about the injured goose at Cefn Golau ponds, when they found the duck at the same location. Both are lame suggesting they have sore legs.
They fear the domesticated goose may have been dumped by an owner due to the injuries.
Anyone with information related to the incident has been urged to contact the … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a Canada goose was shot with a crossbow in Smethwick.
The animal charity was contacted by a concerned member of the public who saw the injured goose on a canal in North Bridge Road, on 1 April.
An RSPCA officer caught the goose and took him to the charity’s Birmingham Animal Hospital, where the bird was sedated and the crossbow removed.
He was transferred to the charity’s Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre, in Nantwich, … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information about a goose seen being attacked outside a pub in York.
We were called on Saturday, 15 August with reports of a man violently kicking the wild bird outside the Lowther Pub at Kings Staith, just after midnight. It is suspected that he may have caused an injury to the bird’s leg.
Unfortunately by the time the inspector arrived at the scene, the goose had returned to the water and could not … Continue reading…
A domestic white goose who was literally ‘sold down the river’ by her previous owner has been rescued by the RSPCA with the help of a group of men in canoes after being left with nasty injuries caused by fishing litter left on the River Wye.
The goose, believed to have been callously dumped some weeks ago, was reported to the RSPCA after it was seen struggling with an injured leg.
Once the goose had been brought to shore, she … Continue reading…
RSPCA Cymru launch boat on River Teifi to reach bird
Tuesday 10 December 2013
A goose with a hole in its chest and head injuries has been rescued from the River Teifi in Cardigan.
The male, domestic goose was spotted by a passer by on the riverbank near the Red Lion pub on St Mary Street yesterday morning (9th December 2013) bleeding heavily and moving lethargically.
When Inspector Neill Manley arrived at the scene the goose had entered the water … Continue reading…