RSPCA Inspector urges people to get their cats neutered
Friday 25 October 2013
RSPCA Cymru is making an appeal for information after a total of eight kittens were dumped in two separate incidents in the Wrexham area during the past week.
On Sunday (20 October) a box of five kittens were found in a cardboard box at the entrance to Stryt Las Country Park, Johnstown. The kittens were around four weeks old and quite poorly but are now in the … Continue reading…
Two young kittens have been found abandoned in a box in the front garden of a house in Great Baddow in Essex.
The kittens are a male and female and black in colour. They are about three months old.
They were found with a bag containing food, a litter tray and some cat toys.
RSPCA Inspector Steven Craddock said: ”It is inexplicable that someone who has clearly been looking after these kittens should just dump them in someone’s … Continue reading…
Mother has already found her new home
Tuesday July 16th 2013
Three kittens desperately need to find their forever homes after being dumped outside a Colwyn Bay vet clinic at the beginning of June.
The kittens, two males and a female, were discovered in a box outside the Prospect House Veterinary clinic on the June 1st along with their mother Kira and were taken to Bryn y Maen Animal Centre for treatment.
Kira, who was a loving and attentive mother, … Continue reading…
Four newborn kittens have had a lucky escape after falling down the gap in a cavity wall in a bungalow in Frinton-on-Sea, Essex.
The owners of the bungalow, Sue and Brian Davie, alerted us after hearing the cries of the kittens. Their mother, a ginger cat later found to be almost blind, was located in the loft and it was clear that she had given birth but her offspring were nowhere to be seen.
RSPCA Inspector Sarah Elmy said:… Continue reading…
We’ve just learnt that the mother cat who seemed very stressed by the incident with her babies disappearing down the cavity wall is in fact almost blind.
She and her kittens are in foster care and as she had an upset tummy she was taken to a vet who examined her and realised that even though she is a young cat she has cataracts in both eyes and can only discern light and dark
RSPCA Inspector Sara Elmy who … Continue reading…