An RSPCA branch is offering dog owners the chance to get their pooch microchipped for only five pounds in Caernarfon.

RSPCA West Gwynedd is urging people whose dogs are not yet identified in this way to attend a special microchipping session.

The event takes place on Saturday 30 September, at Noddfa, Cil Peblig, Caernarfon, LL55 2RS, and will run from 10:30am to 15:30pm.

Households can get a maximum of two dogs chipped for five pounds each.

The Caernarfon-based event will … Continue reading…

It’s FUR-REAL! More than 10,000 cats have been neutered and microchipped across Wales as part of a scheme which encourages responsible ownership.

The Wales Cat Neutering and Microchipping Project which is run by RSPCA Cymru and Cats Protection aims to encourage cat owners to neuter and microchip their pets.

RSPCA Cymru is now delighted to announce that more than 10,000 cats have now benefited from the scheme.

RSPCA Cymru’s project support and development manager, Helen Ward, said: “Last month we … Continue reading…

A dog has been saved by RSPCA Cymru, after she got her tail trapped by barbed wire in Wrexham.

The charity was alerted after the dog’s plight was spotted by a 17-year-old girl, Molly Garrigan.

She was rescued by RSPCA on 1 August, less than 45 minutes after the charity first received the call.

Holly, a black and white collie, was very nervous when released, and had got her tail trapped by a loose coil of barbed wire, on Bangor … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is searching for the owner of a young male kitten found in the  area of Swansea.

The white and tabby kitten, aged approximately four months of age, was found by a member of the public on Waunarlwydd rugby field, on Monday 27 March.

Unfortunately, the kitten is not microchipped – prompting an appeal from RSPCA Cymru to track down the owner, and return the kitten to his family.

The charity is also highlighting how the incident is another … Continue reading…

A cat found injured and alone on Saint Valentine’s Day has been reunited with his owner after they spent four and a half months apart, with RSPCA Cymru helping to deliver an amazing South Wales love story.

The cat, who it was later discovered is called Shadow, was reported to the RSPCA on Valentine’s Day, after he was seen staggering, in the Chepstow Road area of Newport.

Shadow had an injured left hind and an old wound on his chest, … Continue reading…