RSPCA Cymru is urgently seeking witnesses to a suspected dog beating incident in North Wales.

A man was seen allegedly punching a dog, on Brynycabanau Road in the Hightown area of Wrexham on 26 October, at approximately 9.30pm.

RSPCA Cymru is urging any witnesses to come forward with any detail, or information, about the incident.

Kia Thomas, RSPCA inspector, said:

“RSPCA Cymru is aware of hugely worrying reports in the Hightown area of Wrexham, concerning the beating of a dog … 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…

With approximately 80 cats currently in their care, the RSPCA’s Bryn-Y-Maen Animal Centre is launching an urgent re-homing appeal for anyone looking for a forever, feline friend.

Centre manager Victoria Williams says the number of cats looking for a new home is “worryingly high”.

RSPCA Cymru is reminding members of the public to prioritise adopting, rather than shopping, if they are considering a new addition to their family.

Cats seeking a new home include four adorable kittens, named after stars … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru has launched an appeal for information after the suspected stabbing of a Shetland pony in the Penycae area of Wrexham.

On Wednesday [July 29], the owner of the pony – named Casper – found the animal, at Plas Bennian Road, with a deep wound on its shoulder. It is believed the injury was sustained between 10pm on 28 July and 12.15pm the following day.

RSPCA Inspector Kia Thomas said: “Whilst the cause of this nasty wound is unknown, Continue reading…

Thursday 3 April 2014

There’s less than a month left to take advantage of the RSPCA and Cats Protection spring neutering scheme in North Wales.

The charities are working together to offer low income households the opportunity to have their cats neutered for free in a bid to reduce the number of unwanted cats and kittens that the charities strive to find homes for every year, a figure which is currently in excess of 50,000.

Unneutered female cats can get … Continue reading…