RSPCA


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RSPCARoyal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty To Animals (UK, Australia)
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"This is why we are urging anyone with a big heart and a love of animals to consider fostering cats and kittens for the RSPCA."
"Many of the snakes the RSPCA's officers are called to collect are thought to be escaped pets.
They also visited the RSPCA Animal Clinic Rhyl - which is run by the RSPCA Clwyd and Colwyn branch - and rescued two injured gulls.
Anyone with information about how the dog came to be found alone in Maesteg in such a poor state has been urged to contact the RSPCA's inspectorate appeal line.
Dr Jane Tyson, RSPCA rabbit and rodent welfare expert, said: "People may not realise that the RSPCA takes in many rats, mice and other species of rodents for rehoming, as well as dogs and cats.
His remarks came after the Charity Commission said the RSPCA's governance was below the standard it would expect for a "modern charity".
Police and RSPCA vans were reportedly seen in Downham Road, Tranmere and near Pilch Lane, in Dovecot.