Thursday 18 July 2013
RSPCA Llys Nini are holding a funding raising event in Bryngarw Country Park, Bridgend on Sunday 28th July.
The “Mutt Strutt” is a sponsored walk for people with or without their dogs. It is a chance for people to appreciate Bryngarw’s surroundings and for dog owners to gather and socialise in the lovely surroundings of the park.
Registration is from 11.00 with the walk starting at 12.00. Sponsorship can be handed in on the day … Continue reading…
Legislation promised by end of the year
Wednesday 17 July 2013
RSPCA Cymru has cautiously welcomed plans by the Welsh Government to introduce legislation to tackle fly grazing of the horses and ponies in Wales before the end of the year.
The plans were announced last night as part of the Welsh Government’s legislative priorities for 2013/14.
First Minister, Carwyn Jones AM, said he wanted the Welsh Government to deliver an effective solution to the problem of fly grazing … Continue reading…
Mother has already found her new home
Tuesday July 16th 2013
Three kittens desperately need to find their forever homes after being dumped outside a Colwyn Bay vet clinic at the beginning of June.
The kittens, two males and a female, were discovered in a box outside the Prospect House Veterinary clinic on the June 1st along with their mother Kira and were taken to Bryn y Maen Animal Centre for treatment.
Kira, who was a loving and attentive mother, … Continue reading…
One cat was in a bag weighed down with rocks and tied with shoe laces
Tuesday 15 July 2013
The RSPCA is appealing for information after two cats were found dead on a riverbank near Elizabeth Street in Pentre, Rhondda, on Sunday (14/07/13).
One tortoiseshell cat was found decomposing in a reusable Asda bag which had been weighed down with rocks and tied with shoelaces. A dark coloured cat was found next to the bag also in a state of … Continue reading…
Newport animal centre inundated with cats
Wednesday 09 July 2013
RSPCA Cymru is appealing for potential owners to come forward if they offer a cat a loving home following a surge in the number of cats picked up by inspectors in the south Wales area in recent weeks.
Most of the cats collected by inspectors have been reported as strays and cannot be returned to owners as they do not have microchips.
The Newport Animal centre is currently overrun and … Continue reading…