Animal lovers in the Wrexham area are being invited to enjoy a cuppa and cake to help raise vital funds and awareness of responsible pet ownership.
The RSPCA’s Wrexham & District Branch has organised a pet-friendly Coffee Morning on Saturday (24 February), at the War Memorial building in Queensferry.
Supporters will have the opportunity to meet the Branch’s team and volunteers, and learn more about the charity’s work to promote responsible pet ownership in the local area, through vaccination, neutering, … Continue reading…
The search is on to find a loving new home for an affectionate North Wales Staffordshire bull terrier, who loves the seaside and playing games.
Salad – a ten-year-old female dog – is currently in the care of the RSPCA’s West Gwynedd branch, and is based with a fosterer.
The dog has been described as an “affectionate, playful and fun” companion, who could live with children of secondary school age.
RSPCA West Gwynedd took the animal into their care after … Continue reading…
RSPCA Cymru officers tended to animals in need throughout the Christmas holidays, with 129 calls logged to the charity between 24 and 26 December – including a corn snake rescued in Bangor on Christmas Day.
The charity’s officers are available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week to help animals – and the festive period was no exception.
Of the 129 calls logged over Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day, 49 concerned complaints about the treatment of animals, … Continue reading…
A hamster has been found abandoned in a cage, left on the side of the road in Wrexham.
The white, fluffy hamster – nicknamed Flake by RSPCA staff – was spotted by a member of the public on Chapel Street in the early hours of Tuesday morning (December 19), at approximately 4:15am.
North Wales Police officers in the local area at the time took in the hamster, before the animal was collected by the RSPCA.
RSPCA officers say they are … Continue reading…
RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after a lethargic snake was found in the Kinmel Bay area.
The charity was alerted after the black, yellow/white and red milk snake was found by St. Asaph Avenue on Friday (15 December). The unwell snake was spotted by children who were walking to school.
Milk snakes are from the same genus as kingsnakes and are common in the reptile pet trade.
Sadly, the snake was in poor condition, with a badly damaged mouth. … Continue reading…