Protecting animals from cruelty and harm and providing safe new homes for them.
We are passionate about animals and want to provide them a safe and secure environment.
We believe that no animal should have to suffer.
With your help, we help home thousands of animals each year.
Improving animal welfare in your area.
Your contributions help the RSPCA make a differance.
Ensuring that those who abuse animals are dealt with appropriately
Every year the RSPCA receive hundreds of thousands of calls reporting animals in need across the UK. In 2010, the RSPCA collected and rescued 130,033 animals. Rescue and animal welfare concerns are dealt with by RSPCA Inspectors through the National Society. Any concerns regarding animal cruelty, neglect and welfare can be dealt with effectively by calling the 24 hour number 0300 1234 999. All vital information will be obtained to ensure the correct action is taken. Your call will be treated in confidence.
Stockport, East Cheshire and West Derbyshire branch supports the Inspectorate by liaison and taking in dogs and cats which they have rescued. We fund their care in kennels, catteries or foster homes and all of their veterinary fees which can sometimes run into thousands of pounds. Once the animals are fit and healthy, we actively seek to match them with a suitable family who will provide them a new home and future. Animals which come into our care have often experienced cruelty, accidents and injury or abandonment.
Whilst we are restricted at the branch level in the type of animal we can provide care for, the national RSPCA actively rescues Pets, wildlife and farm animals, whatever trouble they find themselves in.
You can find out further information on the animals we have helped in our blog (a new feature of our website which will be active from Aug 2011)