A cat has been reunited with his family after EIGHT YEARS – all thanks to a Mo-mentous microchip.
Black cat Mo is back with the Harris family in the Birchgrove area of Swansea, after being rescued by the RSPCA in the Llansamlet area of the city.
Mo had been well looked after, but sadly his most recent owner had passed away – and the cats were temporarily being fed by a kind-hearted neighbour before the RSPCA was contacted to help…. Continue reading…
Four dumped cockerels have been rescued by the RSPCA after being found on the side of the road in Swansea.
A member of the public reported the abandoned birds to the RSPCA, after spotting them last Wednesday afternoon (29 July) on Allt-Y-Graban Road.
Three white cockerels and one brown cockerel were rescued by RSPCA animal collection officer (ACO) Ellie West and are now at a local private boarding establishment.
An appeal for information has now been launched in the hope … Continue reading…
An “unrecognisable” young cat who had been missing for TWO MONTHS is back at his Swansea home thanks to the power of microchipping.
Gerald – who is less than one year old – has been reunited with owner Rachel Williams, who feared she would never see her feline companion again.
RSPCA Cymru was notified after a stray cat was found approximately two miles from his Penlan home in the Blaenymaes area of the city. It was initially feared the cat … Continue reading…
Eggnog the hamster will have a very happy Christmas after all – despite being abandoned in bitterly cold temperatures on the streets of Swansea.
The tiny Russian dwarf hamster was found by a family on the pavement outside their home in the Penllergaer area of the city.
RSPCA Cymru say it is “shocking” someone would dump a hamster like this – but are “over the moon” that Eggnog has been saved.
The hamster was found near a small pile of … Continue reading…
The “devastating impact” fishing litter can have on wildlife has once again been brought to light – this time in Swansea.
RSPCA Cymru was contacted after a herring gull was found entangled in three barbs, attached to a hard body lure disguised as a fish.
An RSPCA inspector said the animal was “the single most distressed bird” she has dealt with in nine years on the frontline. The gull was found on King Edwards Road in the city.
The litter … Continue reading…