Two disemboweled Canada geese have been found in Cardiff, with RSPCA Cymru appealing for information linked to the horrific discovery.
A member of the public found the birds on 22 March, in woodland behind Fir Avenue in the Fairwater area of the city.
The geese were hanging from separate trees, and had been paunched, with all potentially-edible meat cut away. There was a large yellow hazardous waste sack also present, which contained feathers.
RSPCA Cymru is urging anyone who may … Continue reading…
A thermal imaging drone helped rescue a dog in dramatic circumstances – after she had spent five days trapped down the hole of a Cwmtillery mountain.
RSPCA Cymru, South Wales Fire and Rescue Service, Gwent Police, Resource Group Unmanned Aviation Services and numerous volunteers all worked together to find the Chihuahua, named Cherry.
She went missing on 15 March, while walking on Mynydd James, within the Welsh Valleys mountain range.
Her absence led to wide-ranging efforts to locate Cherry, including … Continue reading…
Two pigeons have been saved in remarkable circumstances, rescued five floors up at a Hilton hotel in Cardiff.
RSPCA Cymru attended the scene, after the two birds were spotted – on 17 February – dangling from their feet, trapped in netting towards the top of the Hilton Hotel, in the centre of Wales’ capital city.
The support of crews from South Wales Fire and Rescue Service (SWFRS) was enlisted by the RSPCA, who were able to free both birds from … Continue reading…
An aptly-named kitten has been saved from turbulent Storm Doris winds, after spending 24-hours in a Maesteg tree.
The male kitten, named Topper, was stuck 50-feet up atop a tree in the Metcalfe Street area of the town, and unable to get back down to safety.
RSPCA Cymru enlisted the support of the South Wales Fire and Rescue Service, who cut down the tree and Topper has now been reunited with her owner.
The rescue took place on Saturday 25 … Continue reading…
An appeal for information has been launched, following the suspected poisoning of two cats in Porth.
RSPCA Cymru is also urging pet owners to be vigilant, after an owner – from Leslie Terrace in the town – lost both of her cats.
A local resident returned home on 28 January to find one of her cats dead, with veterinary inspection confirming her second cat had also been poisoned.
Following the incident, RSPCA Cymru is urging anyone with any information to … Continue reading…