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…

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information about the circumstances which led to a young, unwell puppy being abandoned at a Wrexham vets.

The RSPCA was made aware on 11 October that the young pup, aged approximately six weeks old, was left at Rhyd Broughton Vets, Gatewen Road, Wrexham. He was very poorly, visibly thin, weak, dehydrated and suffering from diarrhea.

He was in urgent need of veterinary care, so it was vital the puppy was able to get the care … Continue reading…

A missing cat found in Buckinghamshire has been reunited with his owner who lives 250 miles away in BELGIUM –  thanks to his microchip.

Gizmo went missing in August 2015, while temporarily living in High Wycombe with his owner Milene Letertre.

Despite an extensive search, Gizmo could not be located and in November a heartbroken Milene moved back to her home in Silly, Belgium.

But last week, ten months after eight-year-old Gizmo had gone missing, the RSPCA received a call … Continue reading…

An elderly cat which went missing for a month from his home in Crewe has been reunited with his owner, thanks to the RSPCA.

Leo, a 14-year-old ginger cat, was diagnosed with dementia two years ago, which meant he did not go outside very often.

The RSPCA rescued him from a street not far from his home a month after he went missing – but as he was not microchipped, he could not be reunited with his owner.

He was … Continue reading…