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Bydd Elin Fflur a Steffan Alun yn ymweld a chanolfan anifeiliaid Llys Nini ac yn cwrdd a'r milfeddyg. Elin Fflur and Steffan Alun visit the Llys Nini animal centre and meet the ...


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-Hello and welcome to the

-Llys Nini Animal Centre.

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-Over the past few weeks, we've been

-learning more about the centre...

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-..meeting the animals...

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-..and those who work hard

-to care for them.

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-We've also met

-some of those people...

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-..who have rehomed

-some of the animals.

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-Over 600 of the centre's animals

-find new homes every year.

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-Let's hear more about Llys Nini.

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-The RSPCA Llys Nini Animal Centre is

-situated near Junction 47 of the M4.

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-Gorseinon and the Gower

-are to the south.

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-Swansea is to the east

-and the Lliw Valley is to the west.

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-The heart of the centre is an

-old farmhouse from the Middle Ages.

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-It stands on 80 acres of land...

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-..and is the temporary home

-of many orphan animals.

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-The centre develops

-various habitats...

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-..to encourage wildlife

-across the site.

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-It's all in aid of the animals.

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-Llys Nini is an independent charity

-but is affiliated with the RSPCA.

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-This is one

-of 14 branches in Wales...

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-..of The Royal Society for the

-Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

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-The RSPCA inspectors

-of the South-West Wales region...

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-..are located at Llys Nini.

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-They save animals that have been

-abandoned, neglected or mistreated.

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-Many of them come

-to the Llys Nini Centre.

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-This is what we have for you

-on the programme.

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-Steffan meets more

-of the centre's residents.

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-I'll go on a round with the vet.

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-We meet the stars and their dogs

-at the Summer Show.

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-She's a bit excited.

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-And more of your stories.

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-The health and welfare of

-the animals is the main priority...

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-..from the moment they arrive

-until they are rehomed.

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-Over the past few years...

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-..Llys Nini has worked closely with

-the St James Veterinary Group...

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-..and the group has opened a surgery

-on the site.

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-This is beneficial for the centre

-and the animals in the community.

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-One of the partners of the St James

-Practice is the vet, Ifan Lloyd.

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-Our relationship with the RSPCA

-dates back over 50 years.

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-They had a home

-in the centre of Swansea...

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-..before moving to this centre.

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-This practice was built

-three or four years ago.

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-It has been open as a veterinary

-surgery for the past two years.

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-We have one full-time vet

-and a part-time vet.

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-It can get quite busy here.

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-We see a number of animals and

-not just the ones from the centre...

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-..because we are open to the public

-and serve the local community.

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-The animals were brought to the

-practice in Swansea in the past...

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-..but this building is convenient

-and enables us to treat the animals.

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-It makes it much easier for us

-and for the centre.

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-We're on the site if any animal

-is in need of urgent treatment.

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-This is Hamish.

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-Hamish's owner was sent to prison

-and he had nowhere to go.

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-Hamish's wasn't in the best of

-health when he came to the centre.

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-He had surgery on his tail and lost

-half of it but is much better today.

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-The centre has a

-traffic light system.

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-Hamish is green which means he's

-one of the easiest dogs to walk.

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-His owner could be at fault...

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-..but Hamish is a well-behaved

-and lovely dog.

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-Dogs like Hamish have benefited

-from the care they received...

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-..in the veterinary clinic

-at the centre.

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-The good news is that Hamish is much

-better and has found a new owner.

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-When an animal falls ill

-and needs specialist care...

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-..some faithful and experienced

-carers are ready to help...

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-..and take animals into their homes

-for varying periods of time.

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-This is Jean's story.

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-I love cats.

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-We have a lot of people

-who do the important task...

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-..of fostering cats or dogs...

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-..who need care for a period.

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-We don't adopt them

-but simply care for them.

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-Some arrive at a young age and do

-not have a mother to care for them.

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-They go to the homes

-for some care...

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-..before coming to the centre.

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-I've fostered animals many times.

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-It can be difficult

-to give them back...

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-..so you end up with more cats

-than you expected!

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-This work is very rewarding.

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-We rely on our foster friends

-to do this important work...

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-..to help the small animals.

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-The fosterers help the animal

-to recover from surgery...

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-..but the care and treatment

-continues at the centre.

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-The treatment doesn't stop

-at the veterinary surgery.

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-The staff are responsible...

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-..for ensuring that the animals

-get their medicine at the centre.

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-This saves time and reduces

-the number of visits to the vet.

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-Every day, we check the list...

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-..for an animal's medication

-and any dietary requirements.

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-This helps the recovery of the

-animal whilst it's at the centre.

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-We use a Kidwelly company

-for dry foods.

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-They also sponsor us

-and donate food to the centre.

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-We're also given wet food by people.

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-They could be members of the public

-who want to help in some way...

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-..or those who have lost their pets.

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-They don't want to throw away

-any of the leftover food...

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-..so they donate it to the centre.

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-A cash donation

-isn't always important.

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-You can help by purchasing food

-in a local supermarket.

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-This tin was under 1.

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-It's easy to do

-whilst you're on a food shop.

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-Just pick up a few tins

-and send them our way.

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-Ifan is on his rounds at the centre.

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-How often do the vets

-need to visit the animals?

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-A practice vet comes to the centre

-twice a week for a routine visit.

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-They will go to the kennels

-and cattery...

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-..to check all the animals...

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-..and examine those who are ill or

-need attention or have just arrived.

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-Fran had an operation a week ago.

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-She was neutered

-or had a spay operation.

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-Today, I'm going to look at the

-wound to make sure it's healing.

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-Fran is very friendly.

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-She came from a home

-where the owner had a lot of dogs.

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-I need to take a look

-at her other side.

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-This isn't easy, is it?

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-No, because she wants to play.

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-There's a small amount of swelling

-but the wound looks healthy.

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-We'll monitor her

-but it feels fine.

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-Everyone wants to take her home.

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-Everyone wants to take her home.

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-I want to take Fran home.

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-Will you come home with me

-to Anglesey?

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-Next, we visit one of the patients

-in the cattery.

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-They live in a lap of luxury here

-and are given fantastic homes.

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-This is Angel

-and she has a wonderful coat.

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-Angel is twelve years old.

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-When the animals arrive,

-they are seen by a vet...

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-..and have various treatments

-and vaccinations.

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-She was treated for fleas,

-worms and tapeworms.

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-It's very important to do this

-with cats.

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-Once we're happy with her,

-then she will go to a new home.

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-That's the end to the vet's visit

-to the centre for today.

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-The facilities are fantastic and the

-staff are brilliant at their jobs...

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-..and the animals get the best care.

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-The animals look happy.

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-Back at the clinic,

-we hear of a special campaign...

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-..to reduce the number

-of orphan cats in the area.

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-You have a special campaign to

-neuter cats in this part of Wales.

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-Yes, and it's been running

-for two years.

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-It's a joint initiative

-between Llys Nini, the RSPCA...

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-..Cats Protection...

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-..and local practices

-who have approached the centre...

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-..for help with the rising

-number of cats in Swansea.

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-This is a special service...

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-..for those who can't afford

-to take their cats to the vet...

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-..to be neutered.

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-It has proved to be successful.

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-There are plans to expand and

-take the campaign out of Swansea.

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-It's been so successful that

-we want to take it to other areas.

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-Back at the centre...

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-..one of the orphan cats

-is in the arms of Sally.

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-A young family found her.

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-I think it's a girl.

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-They found her at the park

-in Birchgrove in Swansea.

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-There isn't any room

-at the cattery in the centre...

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-..so she has to come home with me.

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-That cat was very cute.

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-If you want to know more about the

-neutering schemes in your area...

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-..visit our programme's social media

-pages for all the details.

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-After the break...

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-..Steffan Alun enjoys himself

-at the annual Llys Nini Summer Show.

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-The RSPCA inspector, Gemma Black

-has a story for us.

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-We'll also meet

-more of the residents at Llys Nini.

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-Don't you move a muscle!

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-Welcome back.

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-The Llys Nini Summer Show

-is an important annual event...

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-..where friends of the charity and

-the adopted dogs enjoy a day of fun.

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-Steffan Alun

-was among the excitement.

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-I'm at one of the most important

-events in the Llys Nini calendar.

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-It's the Summer Show.

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-You'll find all sorts of people here

-and they include rugby players.

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-Scott and Tanya Williams

-have brought their dog.

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-What is your dog's name?

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-What is your dog's name?

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-Vogue.

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-Hello, Vogue.

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-Why did you come here today?

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-We've come to support Llys Nini and

-it's a great day out for the dog.

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-This is the first time here

-and I think she's a bit excited.

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-I'm so excited

-to be joined by Miss Wales.

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-Why are you here today, Sara?

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-I'm here

-because it's a great day out...

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-..and it's very important

-to support events at Llys Nini.

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-I've raised money for them

-and was an ambassador.

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-This is a great day to be out

-with the animals and to have fun.

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-Who is this?

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-This is Daisy and she's a

-seven-year-old King Charles Spaniel.

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-Llys Nini is full of celebs today.

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-This is Iwan or Neil the baby

-in Gavin & Stacey.

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-What is the name of your dog?

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-This is Olga.

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-She's ten weeks old

-and I've had her for a fortnight.

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-Enjoy your day and

-I'll get your autograph later!

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-Do you remember Boyo

-from the start of the series?

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-Boyo is still looking for a home.

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-He's at the summer show and hoping

-to find someone to adopt him.

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-We cross our fingers for him.

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-I feel more like the Village People

-than a policeman!

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-And these two also had

-a lot of fun at the show.

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-We've already seen that Llys Nini...

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-..has a wonderful on-site provision

-of veterinary services.

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-The RSPCA has its own hospital

-in Merthyr Tydfil.

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-We visited the site

-with the inspector, Gemma Black.

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-This is the RSPCA veterinary clinic

-in Merthyr Tydfil.

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-It opened in October 2005.

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-The team works tirelessly

-to help the inspectors...

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-..and those in the local community

-who are on a low income.

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-It's like any other veterinary

-clinic in Wales and England...

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-..so it has all the same equipment

-and performs X-rays and operations.

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-They help us.

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-Every animal that we come across

-is brought here first...

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-..for a full check on their health.

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-People can bring their pets here

-to be neutered and microchipped...

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-..and given their vaccinations.

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-John is the centre's only vet.

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-He's been here

-since it opened ten years ago...

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-..and has operated on thousands

-of animals in that time.

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-John sees a variety of animals.

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-He doesn't know when to expect us

-or how many animals we'll bring.

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-People can drop in at any time.

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-It's better to make an appointment

-but that isn't always possible.

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-They are very busy and work hard.

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-The RSPCA and its charities...

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-..worked together to raise funds

-to build this clinic.

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-It's made a huge difference in the

-well-being of animals in the area.

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-Next, we turn our attention

-to the world of nature.

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-There's a new scheme to attract more

-wildlife to the land at Llys Nini.

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-The largest scheme

-of our environmental project...

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-..is to develop a series of lakes

-for wildlife...

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-..at the bottom of the site

-near a stream.

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-We're working with Swansea Council's

-nature conservation team.

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-As part of the project, we want

-to create something spectacular.

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-We want to attract

-wildlife to the area.

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-We know that otters travel along

-the stream at the back of the field.

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-We're going to create a large lake

-at the bottom...

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-..a smaller lake further up

-and two scrapes at the top.

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-The scrapes will attract amphibians.

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-We hope to have fish and eels

-in the larger lakes...

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-..to sustain our otter community.

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-We'll have a den made from plastic

-and another made from wood...

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-..called the Holton Hotel

-and the Gwaldorf Astoria.

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-I'm obviously a comedian

-as I came up with the names!

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-We hope the otters

-will use the dens to breed.

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-This is an artificial

-holt behind me.

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-A holt is the den of an otter.

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-It will be buried and connected

-to the lakes that we have here.

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-We hope that the otters will use it.

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-We work with many partners

-on similar projects...

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-..so have a lot of experience

-to share with Llys Nini.

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-We'll revisit the project to see the

-developments with Iolo Williams...

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-..before the end of the series.

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-Next, we head back to Gemma.

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-She has another story of an animal

-rescued by the RSPCA.

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-This is the story of Furby,

-a cat from the Newport area.

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-The cat had an abscess on his face

-and it was getting worse.

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-The owners did nothing to help.

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-The RSPCA offered the owners

-a voucher for the treatment.

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-Despite an initial visit...

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-..Furby didn't receive the further

-treatment he needed to recover.

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-It got worse and the RSPCA vet

-said that Furby was suffering.

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-As a result, his owners

-were punished by the court...

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-..and got a ten-year-ban

-for keeping animals.

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-People should be aware of their

-duties when their pet falls ill.

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-They must receive the correct

-treatment from the vet...

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-..until the animal has recovered.

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-Furby has a new owner

-and lives with Tina in Cardiff.

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-He's a very friendly cat...

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-..and she's happy

-that she adopted him.

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-I think this family is eager

-to go home with a cat today.

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-Yes, we are.

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-We want another one.

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-Have you got one already?

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-Have you got one already?

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-We've got two.

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-Were they from here?

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-Were they from here?

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-Yes, that's right.

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-What are the names of your cats?

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-What are the names of your cats?

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-Tom and Will.

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-Are they nice cats?

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-Are they nice cats?

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-Yes, lovely.

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-What is your experience of adopting

-animals from this kind of centre?

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-It's fantastic.

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-It's better to come here

-instead of buying from a breeder.

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-There are many here

-looking for a new home.

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-We've got room for one more.

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-It's great to hear such

-a positive story about adoption.

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-I won't keep you and will

-let you search for your new cat.

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-These are the details if you want

-to adopt an animal like this family.

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-There is a process for adopting

-an animal from the centre.

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-This includes visiting the animal

-and the centre.

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-Every member of the family

-will have to meet the animal.

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-At this time,

-the workers assess the animal...

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-..to see if the animal is suitable

-for the people and vice versa.

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-Someone will visit the home to

-ensure it's suitable for the animal.

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-If everything is alright, then there

-will be a charge for the animal.

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-This payment will include a

-microchip, the cost of neutering...

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-..and any other treatment.

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-It sounds like a long process

-but it is worth it.

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-It's better to give animals

-from these centres a chance at life.

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-If you're thinking about

-adopting an animal...

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-..visit your local centre,

-just like Fran from Penrheol.

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-We had a cat called Cochyn

-and she passed away.

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-Our home was very quiet

-when we returned from our holidays.

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-I picked up the dogs from

-the kennels the following day...

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-..and realized that we had room

-for another animal.

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-I went to Llys Nini and there was a

-cat called Tal who was very fluffy.

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-He looked very clever...

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-..and I decided that I would

-call him Taliesin or Tal.

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-I was sitting outside with Tal

-and another cat came from somewhere.

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-His name was Twm.

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-He was making a lot of noise

-and fussing around me.

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-I went back and told them

-that I would take the fluffy one.

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-I couldn't leave the other one

-so took both cats!

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-After my husband, Fred,

-passed away...

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-..I was extremely lonely.

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-I've had the dogs for six years.

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-It's nice to come back to the house

-knowing that someone is waiting.

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-I have a lot of fun

-with all four of them.

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-They make my life better.

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-Thanks to Fran

-for sharing her story with us.

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-That's it for another week.

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-Most of the animals you will

-have seen in the series...

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-..will have been rehomed by now.

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-There are tens of other animals

-waiting for a new home.

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-There's more information

-about the animals and centres...

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-..on our social media pages.

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-From me, Elin Fflur, goodbye.

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-Come on.

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Bydd Elin Fflur a Steffan Alun yn ymweld a chanolfan anifeiliaid Llys Nini ac yn cwrdd a'r milfeddyg. Elin Fflur and Steffan Alun visit the Llys Nini animal centre and meet the vet.