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Help & Advice

Emergency

In the event of an emergency phone the main RSPCA 0300 1234 999 for someone to attend.  Lines open 24/7.

Act Of Cruelty Or Welfare Concern

Phone the main RSPCA 0300 1234 999.  Lines open 24/7.

Animal Welfare Enquiry

The main RSPCA offer an online virtual assistant service ASK ANNIE

Lost or Found

If you’ve lost or found a pet please see our Lost and Found page.

Veterinary Care

The Branch offers to assist with the cost of veterinary care of pets to those owners who live within its area who receive benefit(s) or are on a low household income.  Please contact the Branch volunteer Welfare Assistant between 10 am and 4 pm Monday to Friday on 020 8462 4305.

Neutering

The Branch offers to assist with the cost of neutering of pets to those owners who live within its area who receive Government benefit(s) or on a low household income.  We do not have our own clinic and therefore neutering is arranged with private veterinary practices throughout our Branch area on a voucher basis.

CATS

The Branch offers FREE neutering of cats to those owners who live within its area who receive Government benefit(s) or on a low household income.  Proof will be required.  The cat must already be microchipped or microchipped, at owner’s expense, at the time of neutering.  A donation is always welcomed to assist the Branch in helping others.

DOGS & SMALL ANIMALS

The Branch offers subsidised neutering to those owners who live within its area who receive Government benefit(s) or on a low household income.  Proof will be required.  A dog must already be microchipped or microchipped, at owners expense, at the time of neutering.  A donation is always welcomed to assist the Branch in helping others.

BULL TERRIER BREED DOGS

The Branch offers free neutering of Bull Breed dogs to those owners who live within its area who receive Government benefit(s) or on a low household income.  Proof will be required.  The dog must already be microchipped or microchipped, at owners expense, at the time of neutering.  A donation is always welcomed to assist the Branch in helping others.

TO APPLY AND FOR FURTHER DETAILS

Please contact the Branch volunteer Welfare Assistant between 10 am and 4 pm Monday to Friday on 020 8462 4305.

We run neutering and microchipping initiatives within the Branch area at various times throughout the year.  These will appear on our EVENTSpage, be advertised in the local media and notices placed throughout the Branch area.

Your pet needs rehoming?

The Branch does not have its own animal centre.  We rely totally upon volunteers who provide foster care in their own homes.  We are presently unable to foster dogs.  Should you be in the unfortunate position of having to rehome your pet, please contact the Branch volunteer Welfare Assistant between 10 am and 4 pm Monday to Friday on 020 8462 4305 who will be able to advise whether a volunteer fosterer is available.  We trust you will appreciate should there not be a place available; and recommend you try other National & local animal charities.

Home for Life

If you have not identified a relative or friend who will be willing to care for your pets after you die, the RSPCA offer a free service to find a loving home for your pets.

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