The RSPCA National Society employs the RSPCA Inspectors and Animal Welfare Officers. Although the National RSPCA does not run Llys Nini Animal Centre, the Branch works very closely with them and rents office and storage space to them.
The RSPCA Inspectors investigate complaints of cruelty, give out advice and can prosecute under the Animal Welfare Act.
There are only about 130 RSPCA Inspectors in Wales and England, they have a very heavy workload, so they prioritise complaints based on the animal's situation.
RSPCA Animal Welfare Officers' main role are to collect sick and injured animals and take them to a vet, Llys Nini Animal Centre or another place of safety.
The Llys Nini Branch is served by 3 Welfare Officers who travel across the whole of South West Wales from Aberystwyth to Porthcawl. Sometimes for the animal's benefit the RSPCA Hot Line may ask the person reporting the sick or injured animal to take it to the vet. In these cases the RSPCA pays the Vet for the emergency treatment.Back to Top
Our Pet Supplies shop is open Thursday to Tuesday between 9.15am and 5.00pm and 9.15am and 4.30pm on a Wednesday
Animal viewing is between 11:00am and 3:45pm every day except wednesday
Late night opening every Tuesday 5:00pm to 7:00pm by appointment. There will be no late opening on Tuesday 19th January
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