Rescue pets in the care of the RSPCA in Wales can be rehomed again for the first time since coronavirus restrictions came into force.

The Welsh Government is now directing animal rescue organisations to new Guidance that has been published by the Animal Welfare Network for Wales. This will allow rescue centres and animal welfare organisations to safely find new homes for animals in their care, or foster them out to temporary carers.

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The RSPCA’s Newport Animal Centre has launched a special appeal for blankets, towels and bedding, to help animals in their care.

Such items offer vital comfort for the host of dogs, cats and other small furry animals seeking a new forever home from the centre.

Tumble dryers at the site are currently awaiting repair – which has furthered the need for these essential items for animals based at the Hartridge Farm Road centre, which rehomes approximately 400 animals annually.

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The people of Newport can get into the Christmas spirit by attending the local RSPCA animal centre’s festive fete – and even have the chance to meet Old Saint Nick himself.

RSPCA Newport Animal Centre will be fundraising at the event at the Ringland Labour Club on Saturday (30 November), from 11am until 2pm.  Entry to the event is free and booking in advance is not required.

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A cat who came into the care of the RSPCA after their owner moved into a care home is now looking for her new forever home.

Gorgeous Tabitha is a five-year-old domestic short haired tabby cat, who has been labelled a “sweet and gentle” cat by staff at the RSPCA Newport Adoption Centre.

The cat came into the care of the RSPCA after her previous owner had to go into a care home. She was the “world” of her former … Continue reading…

A school year group branded the “most compassionate” in England and Wales has been given a tour of an RSPCA animal centre to congratulate them for their efforts.

Year three pupils at the Welsh-medium, Cardiff-based Ysgol Gymraeg Coed y Gof picked up the accolade in the recent RSPCA Honours, after producing a creative animation to promote animal welfare.

The ‘Compassionate Class’ competition is a key part of the RSPCA’s Generation Kind initiative; an ambitious set of prevention programmes aimed at … Continue reading…