A woman has been fined and given a suspended prison sentence after she breached an animal disqualification order for a third time.

Donna Glenister, of Tapping Road, High Wycombe, appeared at High Wycombe Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday (12 July) to be sentenced on one offence of breaching a ban, of which she pleaded guilty to at an earlier hearing last month.

It is the third time Glenister has appeared before the courts for breaching a disqualification order – the first … Continue reading…

A baby foal has been rescued from Snowdonia, after becoming stranded from his mother.

The RSPCA was contacted after the foal followed members of the public down a mountainside on 1 July, near the Coedty Reservoir, above Tal-y-Bont, before collapsing.

It is understood the foal followed a family for approximately four miles, before being carried a further distance by the members of the public after it fell to the ground.

Sadly, after travelling such a distance, there was no way … Continue reading…

Five dead ponies have been found dumped in a Pentyrch ditch – with a pair of trainers potentially offering a clue as to who abandoned their bodies.

The shocking discovery, on Tyn-Y-Coed Road, has prompted an RSPCA Cymru appeal for information, with a pair of blue Adidas trainers found at the scene potentially linked to the incident.

A South Wales Police officer found the equine bodies on 27 May. None of the animals had microchips or could be identified to … Continue reading…

A pony has been saved from certain death after being rescued by RSPCA Cymru from the bottom of a Cardigan sea cliff.

The dramatic rescue – which took place on 18 May, and involved 13 RSPCA officers – has been caught on film, with the pony winched an incredible 80 feet from a shingle bed to safety.

It took place at Gwbert, from a cliff near Cardigan Golf Club. The rescue involved two RSPCA rope rescue teams, cliff rescue … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is investigating after a horse suffered serious injuries when he was slashed with a knife in his field in Milton Keynes.

Domino is being treated by a vet for three severe wounds to his face, shoulder and the side of his body. All of the wounds are deep, with the one on his face being cut near to his sinuses.

The attack happened sometime between 7pm and 9pm on Saturday, at a field in Newport Road, in Woughton-on-the-Green…. Continue reading…