A dog has been rescued – after taking a precarious adventure on a Penarth cliff edge.
RSPCA Cymru was alerted after members of the public spotted the dog three groynes down the beach, on the edge of a cliff.
The animal welfare charity attended the scene, but the spaniel-type dog had made her own way off the cliff, and had been taken to a car park by members of the public, who found the arriving RSPCA officer.
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An RSPCA appeal for information has been launched amid fears a gull was deliberately shot with an air rifle in Penarth.
The animal welfare charity was contacted after a resident of Summerland Crescent in Llandough heard three large bangs, before watching a gull fall into her back garden.
It is unclear whether the bird was shot in mid-flight, or while perched in the Llandough back garden. The incident took place on Sunday (June 10).
The gull was left with an … Continue reading…
A fox cub thought to have fallen off a Penarth cliff has been rescued, and is undergoing rehabilitation ahead of a planned future return to the wild.
The charity was alerted after a member of the public found the male fox cub while walking in the town last Friday (4 May).
It was feared he may have been struggling with a broken leg, so the members of the public confined the fox club before safely transporting to a veterinary practice…. Continue reading…
A feral kitten has found a loving new home after being rescued from a hedge at a Royal Welsh Show car park in Builth Wells.
The six-week old male kitten was affectionately nicknamed ‘Hedge’ after being found in a bush at a car park, near to the Royal Welsh Showground today (26 July).
RSPCA Cymru officers Phil Lewis and Warwick Burgess rescued the kitten, which was given a clean bill of health by a local Builth Wells veterinary practice.
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