The RSPCA is appealing for information after five rabbits were found under a car in St Albans on Tuesday (6 August).

 

The mother rabbit and her four babies (known as kittens or kits) were found in a parking area near to Verulamium Park on Prae Close.

 

A passer by noticed the tan and black rabbits and managed to ask other people to help catch the rabbits before confining them in a dog crate and calling the RSPCA.

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She may only be just eight weeks old but already little Fleur has endured more in her short life than many animals will ever face in a lifetime.

 

Little Fleur was born with a hole in her heart and will also need to have one of her legs amputated due to a deformity.

 

But despite having to deal with these terrible health issues, RSPCA staff say Fleur is a unique bundle of fun – who they desperately want … Continue reading…

Branch inundated with kittens and cats in recent months.

Wednesday 31 July 2013

The Ceredigion branch of the RSPCA is making an urgent appeal for safe and caring homes for the many cats and kittens in their care. The branch is currently full to capacity with 40 cats and kittens and is currently having to put animals on a waiting list until spaces become available.

Frances Miller of Ceredigion branch of the RSPCA said: ”We are currently dealing with a … Continue reading…

Mother has already found her new home

Tuesday July 16th 2013

Three kittens desperately need to find their forever homes after being dumped outside a Colwyn Bay vet clinic at the beginning of June.

The kittens, two males and a female,  were discovered in a box outside the Prospect House Veterinary clinic on the June 1st along with their mother Kira and were taken to Bryn y Maen Animal Centre for treatment.

Kira, who was a loving and attentive mother,  … Continue reading…

Newport animal centre inundated with cats

Wednesday 09 July 2013

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for potential owners to come forward if they offer a cat a loving home following a surge in the number of cats picked up by inspectors in the south Wales area in recent weeks.

Most of the cats collected by inspectors have been reported as strays and cannot be returned to owners as they do not have microchips.

The Newport Animal centre is currently overrun and … Continue reading…