An RSPCA cattery in Nantwich is urging people to consider adopting two of its longest residents who are being constantly ignored by visitors.

Despite the number of adoptions increasing at Stapeley Grange, there has been no interest in black and white cats Gina and Mo.

One-year-old Mo arrived at Stapeley in April after being found as a pregnant stray in Crewe, and Gina, also aged one, arrived in August from the RSPCA in Stockport, where she was for a number … Continue reading…

A relaunch of an RSPCA centre’s education programme will give young animal-lovers the chance to learn about all things wildlife.

The charity’s Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre, in London Road, Nantwich, has launched a new timetable of activities which will take place at its education centre.

The programme kick starts with events during the half-term break:

  • Thursday 26 October and Friday 27 October from 1pm to 3pm on both days: Children will be invited to help the centre get ready for

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An orphaned week-old seal pup is being cared for at an RSPCA wildlife centre after being found alone and hungry on a beach.

The weak and lethargic grey seal had been without his mum for three days on Penrhyn Beach, in Llandudno, North Wales. This was reported to the RSPCA on 30 September, who rescued him later that day.

He was taken to the RSPCA’s Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre, in Nantwich, where staff have named him Jon Snow after the … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for a home for a cat who can’t bear to be apart from a Peppa Pig blanket – so staff are insisting they go together!

Poppy has been at the RSPCA’s Stapeley Grange cattery, in Nantwich, Cheshire, since April after being found as a sick stray in nearby Crewe.

Sadly, despite adoptions picking up at the cattery, no one has reserved the 11-year-old cat.

Lee Stewart, manager of the cattery, said: “She is a friendly cat … Continue reading…

A swan died after suffering serious injuries following a dog attack in Nantwich.

The swan was found by a passer-by in the river by Manor Road North on Saturday afternoon (30 September), with severe injuries to one of her wings.

When the RSPCA arrived, the swan was so far out into the weir that assistance was required by Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service to safely rescue her.

After being rescued, she was taken to the RSPCA’s Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre, … Continue reading…