RSPCA Cymru received “deeply worrying” calls about distressed and unwell stray dogs on New Year’s Day in the Caerphilly County Borough area – which could be linked to the fear sparked by fireworks displays.
Officers were alerted to stray dogs found in Crumlin and New Tredegar, on New Year’s Day.
The charity fears that the straying may have been caused by the dogs being frightened by late-night fireworks as Wales celebrated the arrival of 2018.
In Trinant in Crumlin, a … Continue reading…
There are always presents to wrap, people to see and turkeys to cook over the busy festive period – but just be aware of the hidden hazards which could ruin your pet’s Christmas.
The RSPCA is urging pet-owners to be prepared for any emergencies which arise over Christmas – and to ensure that the festive time is as non-stressful as possible for our fluffy friends.
From toxic foods, the dangers of decorations and keeping your pet calm among the Christmas … 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…
A deceased snake was spotted by a member of the public in the Ely area of Cardiff, with the carcass being thrown and kicked around by a group of boys.
The snake – a boa constrictor – was seen near the Archer Road area, in the western part of the city on Friday (15 December).
It is unclear whether the snake was dead or alive prior to the incident – but the RSPCA are appealing for information should anyone in … Continue reading…
An RSPCA animal centre is urging the public to donate blankets and hot water bottles to help the animals in its care this winter.
RSPCA Newport Animal Centre rehomed 380 animals in 2016, and helps dogs, cats, rabbits and other small furry animals find a second chance of happiness in a new forever home.
The centre, based on Hartridge Farm Road, uses hot water bottles in its cattery, while blankets are used for bedding and animal care across the centre…. Continue reading…