RSPCA Cymru is urgently seeking to reunite a cat, found in the Merthyr area with a ruptured eye, with her family.

The tortoiseshell cat was first spotted by a members of the public in the Glasier Road area of the town, straying, in November 2016. Locals kept a look out for her, providing temporary care and food.

However, the condition of the cat – still straying – worsened significantly in the weeks which followed, with her eye appearing both bloody … Continue reading…

A missing moggy in Beaconsfield who was discovered back on his old stomping ground has been reunited with his delighted owners by the RSPCA.

Barney the cat is now back home after he had wandered one-and-a-half miles from his family’s new address to their old one.

He was reunited with owner Cheryl Hilton after the RSPCA traced her thanks to the details stored on Barney’s microchip.

Mrs Hilton said her family were distraught after eight-year-old black cat Barney (pictured) went … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is searching for the owner of a white and ginger cat, which was found in the Ely area of Cardiff on Friday 25 November.

The cat was collected by the charity, after it was run over by a member of the public, and was taken to a veterinary practice for treatment.

Fortunately, she is fine after the incident, and RSPCA Cymru is now looking to re-unite the pet with her owner. Posters, and other materials, have been put … Continue reading…

The power of Facebook has reunited a North Wales cat with its owner, after they were separated for an unbelievable ten weeks.

An injured tabby-and-white stray cat, named Beatrix, was collected by RSPCA Cymru on 4 November; found walking on three legs and in need of veterinary care in the Sychdyn, Mold area.

It was later discovered that the cat had first gone missing from her Flint home on 13 September.

Following treatment, which included antibiotics and anti-inflammatory medication, the … Continue reading…

A European eagle owl has been found in the Aberdare area, with its owner unable to be identified – prompting an appeal for information from RSPCA Cymru.

The bird, believed to have been kept as a pet, was found on 1 November by a member of the public, and later collected by the RSPCA.

Whilst the owl had a ring on, the bird was not registered, so RSPCA Cymru is seeking information which may help in identifying the owner. The … Continue reading…