RSPCA Cymru has helped reunite a 13-year-old lost cat with their owner, after the feline was found stuck between fencing in Pencoed.

The animal welfare charity was contacted after a member of the public found a collapsed ginger cat trapped between fencing on Hafod Las on 26 June.

An RSPCA officer collected the cat, after the caller freed the animal from her plight. The cat was initially very wobbly after the ordeal; but soon recovered after an assessment at a … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru has thanked local firefighters and an Openreach engineer, after a feral cat had to be removed from the bonnet of a parked van in Cardiff.

The animal welfare charity had been alerted after a member of the public found the cat, motionless on the floor and covered in mud, in the early hours of June 14. It was understood that an incident took place where the cat had been involved in a road traffic collision on Caerau Lane, … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru has launched a search for the owner of an emaciated Shetland pony left in an “awful condition” on land adjacent to the A48 in the Coedkernew vicinity.

The animal welfare charity was notified after concerns from members of the public, who had seen the pony struggling to move.

An officer attended, and found a black Shetland pony unable to properly walk or stand-up, who was lame on their hind legs. The pony’s hips and spine could be easily … Continue reading…

As temperatures continue to soar across Wales, RSPCA Cymru has received a further 51 calls over the previous three days about members of the public concerned about animals kept in hot environments.

Throughout England and Wales, the total number of calls to the RSPCA amounted to 562 – with the clear majority understood to relate to dogs left in hot vehicles.

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RSPCA Cymru continues to warn members of … Continue reading…

A Newport man has been banned from keeping animals for two years after he failed to maintain the coats of two Persian cats.

Paul Reynolds (d.o.b 22/03/1962) of Alexandra Road, Newport admitted two Animal Welfare Act 2006 charges at Cwmbran Magistrates’ Court on Monday (25 June).

The extent of the cat’s ungroomed fur was so bad that one – named Jose – suffered unnecessarily, with Reynolds’ lack of care resulting in severe dermatitis.

Jose had been taken to Reynolds’ own … Continue reading…