RSPCA Cymru and North Wales Police have launched a joint appeal for information, after another suspected gull attack in North Wales – this time with a bow and arrow.

Charity officers, and North Wales Police’s Rural Crime Team, were alerted after a gull was photographed alive in East Parade Rhyl, but with a crossbow arrow sticking through their skin.

The bird is thought to still be alive and in the wild, but likely to be “experiencing significant suffering” as a … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru and North Wales Police have launched a joint appeal for information amid fears a suspected air gun shooting cost three gulls their lives.

A report was made to the Police on Monday evening (June 25), after two dead gulls and another injured bird were seen in the vicinity of Victoria Avenue in Prestatyn.

The support of the RSPCA was enlisted, who found the third gull to have a badly broken wing. The bird had to be put to … Continue reading…

A special scheme working with South Wales’ traveller community to improve animal welfare standards has been recognised with a coveted RSPCA Cymru award.

Shared Regulatory Services (SRS), a partnership between Bridgend, Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan Councils, picked up an RSPCA Innovator award at a ceremony at the National Assembly for Wales on Monday (October 23).

Innovator awards recognise pioneering and imaginative steps taken to improve animal welfare, and are chosen by an independent panel of expert judges, as … Continue reading…