A: If you have any concerns regarding an animal’s welfare you should telephone the RSPCA 24h hour cruelty line on 0300 1234 999. The operator will be able to help you with advice and if necessary send one of our Inspectors or Animal Welfare Officers to investigate.
A: We can help some people who are on certain means tested benefits with financial assistance towards vet costs. This is usually a up to a 3rd of the cost (up to £60) in the form of a voucher which can be redeemed at local veterinary practices. But you must contact us BEFORE you visit the vets to check if you are entitled. If somebody with financial difficulties has very large vets bills and is struggling, there are other animal welfare organisations who may be able to help. We also have a pet food bank open to anyone who may be struggling.
Reach out to our cattery on 01233 646855 for advice on rehoming, we may be able to offer a space in the cattery or direct you to another rehoming centre that could rehome your pet. Choosing us ensures your pet will get a safe home.
A: Most cats are bold and will go to a perfect strangers house if there’s a chance of a slap up meal! We advise people NOT to encourage cats that do not belong to them, because they will continue to come back for more. Once you have fed a cat on a regular basis you become technically responsible for that animal. If you have concerns about the cat call 0300 1234999 for advice.
A: No., Stray dogs are the responsibility of the local council. We advise you contact your local authority and report the stray dog to them.