A tiny, four-week-old kitten was saved from a state of desperation after becoming trapped amid very large rock boulders on the breakwater on Towyn beach.
RSPCA Cymru was alerted after the members of the public heard meows at the boulders adjacent to a cycle path – though the cat could not be seen.
Officers from the charity made three separate visits to the site to secure necessary access to the kitten.
RSPCA officers first nicknamed the kitten ‘Rocky’; and later … Continue reading…
An appeal for information has been launched after the reported theft of a horse which was subject to RSPCA enquiries.
The horse had collapsed in Cardiff’s city centre in front of crowds of people on April 20.
RSPCA Cymru attended the scene, while Police enlisted the support of a Pontardawe-based animal sanctuary to move the animal and provide boarding while investigations continued.
The equine was subsequently signed into the care of the RSPCA by the owners – however, before the … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a dead dog was found dumped in Selby, North Yorkshire.
The lurcher-type dog was discovered amongst fly-tipped rubbish on a track running parallel to the River Aire off the A19.
RSPCA inspector Thomas Hutton said: “The dog was inside a white builder’s sack and had tyres stacked on top of them.
“There were also a large amount of dog food tins, which could possibly have been dumped by the same person…. Continue reading…
An RSPCA appeal for information has been launched after a stray cat in Cwmbran was found “peppered” with shot thought to be from a shot gun.
The animal welfare charity was alerted after the cat was seen staggering, with an injured back leg, and struggling to stand up and walk properly in the Greenmeadow area of the town.
The white and black male cat has been seen straying by local residents in the area over a number of years.
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The RSPCA is appealing for information after collecting a suffering rabbit who was given away by three teenagers in Hull, East Yorkshire yesterday.
The boys – thought to be aged 13 or 14 years old – were reportedly approaching people and knocking on doors on 1st Avenue, offering the male rabbit for free.
RSPCA inspector Laura Barber said: “I picked him up from a concerned member of the public, who had taken him from the teenagers.
“The poor … Continue reading…