Ear crop calls reach record highs as half the Senedd calls for action More than half of all eligible Senedd Members have already signed a Statement of Opinion calling for more...
Un-pet-friendly renting a problem in Wales, according to RSPCA Cymru With `no pets' terms an all too common sight on advertisements for private rental properties, it is...
RSPCA Cymru's animal welfare wishes for 2022 With Christmas and the new year just around the corner, we've been busy reflecting on the many achievements made for animals in Wales...
RSPCA Cymru responds as Welsh Government publish Animal Welfare Plan The charity has welcomed the Plan - including proposals to potentially regulate animal sanctuaries - and hopes...
Regulation of Wales' animal sanctuaries and rescues is needed more than ever according to RSPCA Cymru As Wales emerges from Covid-19 restrictions, here's why the regulation of...
RSPCA welcome Welsh Govt stand as Australia FTA proposals could put animal welfare at risk The charity fears zero tariff market access for agricultural products could undermine...
RSPCA's ambitious new strategy for Wales' animals as charity aims to cut cruelty by 50% The RSPCA today launches its new strategy - which will have a huge and exciting impact...
Cautious welcome as law laid which will ban third party selling of Wales' puppies and kittens RSPCA Cymru have given a cautious welcome to new regulations laid by the...
Tougher sentences for animal abusers are one step closer in Wales Tougher sentences for animal abusers in Wales are a step closer to reality as the RSPCA continues to campaign for...
RSPCA fears gene edited food could end up on Wales' shelves despite Government objections RSPCA Cymru is concerned that gene edited farm foods could soon find their way onto...
Great news for animals as half of Wales' local authorities have now backed fireworks action Half of Wales' local authorities have now taken action to mitigate the risks...
RSPCA and North Wales Police launch appeal after suspected falcon shooting The RSPCA has urged people in the Gwynedd area to report potentially suspicious activity against birds...