A new book about a loveable rescue dog from South Wales is raising vital funds for animals in need.

‘Stevie the Wander Dog’ – whose long, eventful life saw him become a school wellbeing dog, a mountain leader and even an actor – is the star of the book written by South Wales’ Hayley Jones.

A donation from every book sold is being made to the RSPCA’s Llys Nini branch, which runs an animal centre in the Penllergaer area of … Continue reading…

A swan – rescued in dramatic circumstances from beneath a waterfall in Holywell – has been returned to the wild and reunited with his mate in a “heart-warming happy ending”.

RSPCA officers had teamed-up with rangers from the Greenfield Valley Park to help the stranded swan -  with video footage showing the danger the swan was in from the fast-flowing waterfall.

The swan was rescued from the bottom of the waterfall, and came into the RSPCA’s care on 1 … Continue reading…

A swan has been rescued in remarkable circumstances after getting trapped beneath a waterfall in Holywell.

Officers from the RSPCA were alerted after the swan was spotted stuck beneath the fast-flowing waterfall at the  in the North Wales town.

Video footage shows the plight of the swan and the force of the towering waterfall. Rescuers from the RSPCA raced to the scene – as did Flintshire County Council rangers at the park, in the hope of coming to the aid … Continue reading…

The RSPCA has raced to the aid of a swan in Mumbles who was struggling after a fishing hook became embedded into her skin.

Officers from the animal welfare charity were alerted after members of the public saw the swan unable to stand properly and only moving her head, on Devon Place in the Mumbles area.

RSPCA inspector Neill Manley found the swan on the beach on Monday (1 February) and it was soon established that the swan’s condition and … Continue reading…

April 10 turned out to be a very Good Friday for a swan rescued by the RSPCA in Pwll after swallowing fishing litter. 

Rescuers from the animal welfare charity were alerted after the troubled swan was spotted with fishing line protruding from his beak, by a member of the public.

Animal collection officer (ACO) Ellie West headed to the lake in Pwll, and was able to rescue the swan – but no fishing line or hook was visible in his … Continue reading…