RSPCA Cymru has given a big paws-up to plans from Wrexham County Borough Council that will ensure all dog walkers carry poo bags.
The local authority is consulting on a new ‘Dog Control and Dog Fouling’ Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO), ahead of the expiration of current rules on 1 March 2020.
Under new plans, any person who is in control of a dog will need to carry an appropriate receptacle or bag to ensure they can clean up any … Continue reading…
Three cockerels have been found straying near Bangor-on-Dee Racecourse in North Wales.
A member of the public spotted the birds, and was able to keep them safe and well until the RSPCA could make arrangements for their future care, and complete the rescue. They were collected by the RSPCA yesterday (23 January).
None of the birds were microchipped – and anybody with information about any possible owner has been urged to contact the RSPCA’s inspectorate appeal line.
All of the … Continue reading…
A gull had to be put to sleep after becoming horribly trapped on a chimney pot on Holywell’s High Street.
RSPCA Cymru was alerted after the gull was spotted by residents, with his leg trapped by the chimney pot. The bird was left hanging by his leg, and in excruciating pain.
The animal welfare charity teamed-up with Flintshire County Council’s street lighting team to rescue the gull in the incident on Tuesday (6 August).
Sadly, the bird’s injuries were so … Continue reading…
The RSPCA has come to the aid of a nesting gull based in a busy car park in Llandudno.
An officer from the charity was alerted after reports of an injured gull in the car park of Parc Llandudno in North Wales.
However, the animal welfare charity attended – on 9 June – to find the gull had built a nest containing an egg on a raised island separating four parking spaces.
The car park is very busy – and … Continue reading…
RSPCA Cymru is searching for the owner of a stray peacock in Bangor.
The animal welfare charity was contacted today (30 May) after the peacock was spotted outside a Coed Y Castell property in the North Wales city.
No rings are visible on the bird, and members of the public report it has been losing some tail feathers.
The bird is flying to rooftops in the local area – and RSPCA Cymru is now on the search to locate the … Continue reading…