What we do!
We work to promote kindness
and prevent cruelty to animals.
We take care of neglected,
abused and homeless animals until we can find them loving, new homes.
We cover Crewe, Nantwich, Winsford, Shavington, Audlem,
Malpas, Middlewich & Bunbury.
We are staffed entirely by local volunteers and we do not have our own
animal centre - we rely on fosterers and private boarding - so space and resources are
limited. But we do our best, helping hundreds of animals (primarily cats
and dogs) each year. Our priority is to rehabilitate and rehome animal
victims of abuse, cruelty, neglect and abandonment that come to us via
nationally operated RSPCA Inspectors.
The animals pictured are some of the many we have
helped and found a new home for - visit our rehoming page to see
animals still looking for that special place to call home.
Can you help us help local animals
We are responsible for raising our own funding to manage
the animal welfare work that we do (although we are part of an RSPCA
network of affiliated branches, we are a separately registered charity),
so we are on a never-ending drive to raise funds to help as many
local animals as possible.
We are really grateful for any donation you can make, large or
ALL donations and ALL funds raised go directly to housing,
feeding and treating the animals in our care.
- it's so easy to donate - just text
PAWS21 and your donation amount (£1, £2, £3, £4, £5
or £10) to 70070.
Or, Donate online using PayPal or your
Other ways you can help, - these won't
cost you anything but will still mean so much to local animals
us in your will ...
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We care for animals that have been abused or are
at risk and that have been rescued by Inspectors and Animal
Collection Officers employed by the national RSPCA.
Once the animals have recovered, they are assessed
and made available for rehoming.
Neutering and vet assistance
We run a joint neutering scheme with two local councils
which may help you with the cost of neutering your pet.
We may also be able to offer limited financial aid
if you cannot afford the cost of veterinary treatment for your pet.
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