But aren't they supposed to be there? RSPCA launches rescue mission to save ...

But aren't they supposed to be there? RSPCA launches rescue mission to save ...
But aren't they supposed to be there? RSPCA launches rescue mission to save ...
But.... aren't they supposed to be there? RSPCA launches rescue mission to save mountain goats....stranded up a mountain A group of 19 Llandudno goats are stranded in an area known as Austin's Rock Coastguard claimed the animals were 'safe' and 'just exploring' yesterday Today the RSPCA said a plan was in place to create a path out of hay bales 

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A path will be built using hay bales to rescue a herd of mountain goats trapped on a rocky Welsh outcrop, the RSCPA has revealed.

The group of 19 Llandudno goats have been in an area known as Austin's Rock for at least four days, Conwy Borough Council claimed.

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Yesterday, the Coastguard said the animals were 'safe' and 'just exploring a new part of the Great Orme'.

But the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) today said there was a plan in place to create a 'path' for the goats to use to get back to more secure land.

It is not known how much the rescue operation could cost but a spokeswoman told MailOnline the hay bales had been donated.

They added that the animals are usually 'sure footed' but were currently in an area they 'wouldn't normally go' - with some of the goats struggling to get from a lower ledge back up to dry land.  

The group of 19 Llandudno goats have been stranded in an area known as Austin's Rock for at least four days

The group of 19 Llandudno goats have been stranded in an area known as Austin's Rock for at least four days

Yesterday, the Coastguard said the animals were 'safe' and 'just exploring a new part of the Great Orme'.

Yesterday, the Coastguard said the animals were 'safe' and 'just exploring a new part of the Great Orme'.

The Coastguard has asked people to stay away from the animals amid reports some were putting themselves in danger to take photographs.

A spokesman said: 'We urge you not to place yourselves in danger to view the goats and to stay on Marine Drive where it is safe

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