Fly-grazing: call RSPCA
WE are grateful to Byron Davies AM for highlighting the plight of many horses across South Wales.
It is outrageous that some owners are engaged in so-called 'fly grazing' where animals are left on other people's property in a blatant attempt to avoid the duties of responsible ownership.
He also raises concerns about the condition of tethered horses, particularly in the Swansea area.
RSPCA officers are called out regularly to address these concerns and find practical solutions. However, it must be stressed that the responsibility for these animals always rests with the owners.
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That is why we expend a great deal of effort and expenditure trying to locate the owners and making them aware of their legal duties towards their animals.
In so doing we are working closely with the police, local authorities and the Welsh Government.
If your readers have witnessed neglect or cruelty against horses they should call the RSPCA on 0300 1234 999.
All calls are treated in confidence.
Senior press officer