Sensory garden wins for pioneering approach to animal welfare.

Tuesday 8 October 2013

A garden designed to give stray dogs a better quality of life while they wait to be rehomed has been given an award for innovation by the RSPCA.

Cardiff Council’s Cardiff Dogs Home was one of four organisations that scooped an Innovator Award 2013 in the charity’s annual Community Animal Welfare Footprint awards scheme. CAWF aims to recognise and promote those that have made the extra effort … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru make urgent appeal for information
Tuesday 8 October 2013

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a dead cat was found tied to a tree with a washing line in Mountain Ash, Rhondda Cynon Taf.

RSPCA inspectors were called to woodland at the rear of Gorsedd Street yesterday (Monday 8 October), after a member of the public reported finding the cat’s body.

The black and white male cat had been hung by the neck from the tree and … Continue reading…

Woman made discovery in woodland at Pentwyn, Cardiff.

Friday 4 October 2013

A cat is lucky to be alive after she was found trapped inside a bag that had been stapled shut and abandoned in woodland in the Pentwyn area of Cardiff.

The ginger and white cat was discovered on Thursday, October 3rd when a woman walking in the woods spotted something moving inside the bag and notified the RSPCA.

The cat, who isn’t microchipped, is very lethargic and covered … Continue reading…

Campaign opposes Welsh Government proposals on staff to dog ratio at breeding establishments.

Tuesday 1 October 2013

RSPCA Cymru has launched a campaign opposing Welsh Government proposals which could see a single member of staff in a dog breeding establishment looking after hundreds of dogs and puppies at the same time.

The campaign is asking the Welsh public to speak up for puppies born at these establishments by telling the Welsh Government that one individual cannot provide appropriate care for … Continue reading…

Reintroduction of Control of Dogs (Wales) Bill remains an option.

Wednesday 25 September 2013

RSPCA Cymru is disappointed that the National Assembly for Wales has agreed a motion granting permission for Westminster to legislate on matters of dog control on Wales’ behalf but is encouraged that reintroduction of the Control of Dogs (Wales) Bill remains an option.

In May the Welsh Government decided to suspend its Control of Dogs (Wales) Bill, which had broad support from the public, animal charities … Continue reading…