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About Us

The RSPCA Bromley & District Branch was established in 1897, Registered charity no. 210632.   Today it depends upon a group of dedicated volunteers covering the following areas:

RSPCA Bromley & District Branch

RSPCA Bromley & District Branch Area

BR1, BR2, BR3, BR4, BR5, BR6, BR7 and TN16 (3)

We rely totally upon the good will of donations, legacies and fundraising efforts to help the animals within our Branch area, including those of the main RSPCA’s inspectorate. Please see our DONATIONS page.

Our activities include:

  • Helping people on government benefits or low income with the vet care and neutering of their pets through local private veterinary practices. Please see our HELP & ADVICE page
  • Helping animals who have suffered abuse & cruelty by helping them find good kind homes which they deserve
  • If you wish to provide a loving and secure home to an animal please see our ADOPTION page
  • Promoting microchipping of animals
  • Running neutering and microchipping initiatives within the Branch area. Will appear on our EVENTS page
  • Pet advice and guidance. For detailed information on how to care for your pet and other animal welfare matters please see the main RSPCA web site
  • Home visits for the Branch, other RSPCA Branches and the main RSPCA’s Animal Centres
  • Attending EVENTS within the Branch area to raise funds and to promote awareness of welfare of animals and the Branch

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RSS RSPCA News

  • Leg amputation for Abercynon cat after ‘horrific’ injury caused by illegal trap September 16, 2020
    RSPCA Cymru has launched an appeal for information after a tabby cat lost his front left leg following an “horrific” injury caused by an illegal gin trap in Abercynon.  The small cat – named Pickles – was found by window cleaners hiding beneath wooden pallets in the playground of Abercynon Community Primary School on Tuesday […]
  • RSPCA says ‘snip the straps’ off face masks as Autumn Clean Cymru places focus on litter September 14, 2020
    With Keep Wales Tidy’s Autumn Clean Cymru underway, the RSPCA is urging members of the public to “snip the straps” from used disposable face masks. The call comes as new figures are published highlighting the impact litter has had on animals since the start of lockdown – with RSPCA Cymru dealing with 35 incidents across […]