Staffie was friendly and in good condition

Tuesday 5 November 2013

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information about a dog abandoned outside a supermarket in north Wales.

The female, brown and white Staffordshire Bull terrier was tied up at the Asda store in Queensferry in Deeside wearing a pink harness.

She was first noticed at 1900 on Friday October 25th and it was assumed at first that her owner was inside the store. By the early hours of Saturday 26 … Continue reading…

“Happy go lucky little chap” is ready to leave RSPCA’s Newport animal centre

Friday  1 November  2013

The RSPCA’s cutest dog is on the hunt for a new home.

Buster is a two year old cross breed  Staffordshire Bull Terrier with bags of energy and a lovely manner. His wish list is very simple: he would like  an owner who enjoys playing fetch and the company of a loveable
Staffie.

Ideally Buster needs a home with experienced owners and he … Continue reading…

Sky and Shadow need loving homes after terrible starts in life.

Friday 1 November 2013

RSPCA Bryn-y-Maen Animal Centre in north Wales is appealing for loving homes for two dogs in their care who deserve the best of futures after terrible starts in life.

Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross Sky was the worst case of emaciation staff at the centre had ever seen.

 Acting Deputy Manager, Natalie James said: “She had very severe diarrhoea and was very dehydrated Despite being so … Continue reading…

The birds were left scared and abandoned in a box

Friday 1 November 2013

An incident where two chickens were left scared and abandoned in a cardboard box on a street in Porthcawl has left the RSPCA bemused.

The two chickens were found in the box outside a house in Lime Tree Way, Porthcawl last night (31/10/13). The box had been painted and was tied up like a present, lights had been attached and air holes had been cut out. … Continue reading…

RSPCA appeals for owner to come forward
Wednesday 30 October

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for the owner of a rabbit to come forward following the animal’s death in Buckley.

The lop eared fawn and tortie coloured rabbit was attacked by a cat in Burntwood Road on Sunday 27 October. When the animal was taken to a nearby veterinary surgery, she was barely able to walk and her head was hanging to one side.

Following a veterinary examination the animal was … Continue reading…