We care for animals that have been abused or are at
risk (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 can help with the cost of neutering pets and we run a joint neutering scheme with two Local Authorities.
If pet owners cannot afford the cost of veterinary treatment
for their pet, we may be able to offer limited financial aid.
The RSPCA exists to promote kindness and prevent cruelty to animals. We are one of a network of RSPCA branches throughout England and Wales - we cover Crewe, Nantwich, Winsford, Shavington, Audlem, Malpas, Middlewich and Bunbury (see map). All RSPCA branches are independent charities, responsible for raising our own funding to manage local animal welfare work.
We consist entirely of local volunteers who look after all aspects of the branch's affairs, taking care of neglected, abused and homeless animals until we can find them loving, new homes and raising money locally to support our animal welfare work. Because we are volunteers, all funds raised go directly to housing, feeding and treating the animals in our care.
How you can help
As we are self-funded, we are on a never-ending drive to raise funds so that we can continue our work to help as many local animals as possible. We are thankful for any donations, large or small - and it's so easy - just text PAWS21 followed by your donation amount (£1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10) to 70070.
There are lots of other ways you can help, which won't cost you anything but will still mean so much to local animals - volunteering, fundraising, remembering us in your will ... (Find out more ...)