One of our supporters has raised a whopping £670 for animals by holding her own coffee morning and raffle event.
Margaret Lawlor from Harborne, Birmingham raised the much-needed funds for our Birmingham Animal Centre with a coffee morning and extravagant raffle on September 6.
“I have been a volunteer dog walker at the RSPCA for over five years now. I get so much from taking the dogs out. It lifts my spirits and makes such a
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Dedicated animal welfare supporter dies after many years of stalwart support for us and our South London Animal Hospital
We were saddened to learn of the death of Angela Cope OBE, aged 97, on October 28.
Angela was an RSPCA honorary vice-president – one of only four people to currently hold the position – recognising her continued commitment to animal welfare and to us – and in particular her work for the Putney RSPCA Animal Hospital in South London…. Continue reading…
We’re bracing ourselves for ‘Black Saturday’ – the busiest day of the year for our emergency helpline.
On Saturday 20 July, we expect to receive a call for help for an animal at least every eight seconds. We’re already receiving a record number of calls (a 65 per cent increase since January 2012), and hundreds more animals being abandoned over the summer period.
Help us make light work of Black Saturday
RSPCA Chief Officer of the Inspectorate Kevin … Continue reading…