Why and When Should I Neuter my Cat?
Cat, Dog and Rabbit Fosterers Needed
We are urgently in need of volunteer fosterers who can look after cats, dogs and rabbits on a temporary basis at their own home, whilst we find them a new, permanent, loving place to live.
The RSPCA has been flooded with calls from the people concerned about animals caught up in the recent weather.
RSPCA Water Rescue Team Helping Animals and Humans in Wraysbury
A specialist rescue team from the RSPCA has been in Wraysbury, Berkshire since yesterday morning (Monday 10 Feb) to offer help and assistance to the stricken town.
RSPCA Against The Badger Cull
Here are some of the cats and kittens you can meet on our
Prioritising Animals In Need
Our highest priority is to help those animals most in need; animals who are sick, injured, neglected or victims of cruelty.
Of the animals taken in by our animal centres throughout England and Wales, 96%* have been rescued from cruelty and neglect by our frontline officers.
To ensure that we are able to help these animals we need space at our fosterers homes so that we can provide a safe place for them to be taken to.
This is why we have introduced a new scheme which prioritises animals rescued by our inspectors from cruelty and neglect.
The introduction of this scheme means that we are no longer able to take on all of the stray or unwanted animals that are brought to our attention.
* Figure based on the number of animals taken in by regional RSPCA animal centres between May and October 2010.
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