RSPCA

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0844 381 0832

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Contact the RSPCA by calling our phone number. The RSPCA is the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, an animal welfare charity in England and Wales. They investigate complaints about animal cruelty and rescue animals in distress. They operate animal hospitals and microchip and rehome animals. The organization dates back to 1824 and has inspired similar groups in countries from China to Australia.

RSPCA Contact Numbers

Department
Opening Times
RSPCA Advice Helpline
(Mon – Fri) 9am – 4pm
(Sat – Sun) Closed
RSPCA Report Animal Cruelty
(Mon – Fri) 24/7
(Sat – Sun) 24/7
RSPCA Volunteering
(Mon – Fri) 9am – 4pm
(Sat – Sun) Closed
RSPCA Complaints
(Mon – Fri) 9am – 4pm
(Sat – Sun) Closed
RSPCA Media Office
(Mon – Fri) 9am – 4pm
(Sat – Sun) Closed

RSPCA Advice Helpline

Call the RSPCA helpline number if you have questions about the RSPCA or you need to ask for advice from the RSCPA. You can call to find out where the nearest RSPCA service, hospital, or rescue centre is and how to contact them. An expert at the RSPCA can advise you on the appropriate actions for the best animal care. Call them if you would like to make a donation to help fund their work or you want to re-home an animal.

RSPCA Report Animal Cruelty

If you see an animal in distress, particularly in the wild, you might not know what to do. Call the RSPCA on their number and they can guide you. They can help you to contact the appropriate authority for wild or stray animals. The RSPCA can only attend when you call if the animal is severely ill or in danger. They will prioritise calls if a law has actually been broken. You can see more about reporting to the RSPCA here.

RSPCA Volunteering

The RSPCA is dependent on donations to fund its services. If you would like to volunteer for the RSPCA, call on the phone to enquire about opportunities for this. You could simply start fundraising, or even work at an RSPCA centre to offer hands-on help. You could walk dogs, cuddle cats, or even foster an animal. Or you can donate your time as a receptionist or charity shop assistant. See what you can do for your local branch.

RSPCA Complaints

As a member of the public, you may have concerns about RSPCA services or members. If you ever do want to make a formal complaint about the RSPCA, then call to complain. You should talk with the manager if you have a complaint about an RSPCA branch, the staff, or volunteers. They could address the problem then. Call to complain if nothing has been done about the issue. You can complain about fundraising, too.

RSPCA Media Office

If you would just like to know more about what the RSPCA is doing, call the number. You can speak to a PR person about the RSPCA about the charity’s objectives and how they are achieving them. Journalists can also call the RSPCA with media enquiries about press releases or facts and figures about the RSPCA. Call for national or regional updates whether you’re part of the media or not, or ask if you can use images.