Yesterday saw the last ever greyhound race meeting at the Swansea Greyhound Stadium.
Fears had been expressed about the welfare of some of the greyhounds whose owners might not wish to continue to care for them.
All the animal welfare charities agreed to combine forces to ensure that temporary shelter could be found for any animal who needed it, and after the last race, there were people at the stadium ready with mobile kennels to take any unwanted animals to a safe place.
Many animals were saved.
Sadly though, two greyhounds were turfed out by their owner to fend for themselves in the very cold night air, and the busy streets of Swansea.
Many volunteers from various animal charities have spent hours today, searchimg streets and fields looking for these two poor greyhounds. We know that they have both already been hit by cars and are injured. This could lead them to try to shelter somewhere… as dogs do….and the first frost of the winter is forecast here for tonight…. but they need veterinary attention as soon as possible!
Our best hope is that some kind people have taken them in to care for them….
If you know of their whereabouts, PLEASE contact
and they will ensure that the dogs get the medical help that they urgently need
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