Who are the RSPCA?
The RSPCA was founded to combat the cruelty and neglect of animals and this Branch prioritises the rehabilitation and re-homing of animals rescued by our Inspectors. We are not currently accepting animals directly from the public. You should take responsible steps to re-home your animal to a good home - talk to friends and family, advertise locally, use social media to find a rescue centre in your area.
How are they funded?
A substantial proportion of our generous donations (we receive no Government funding) goes on rehabilitation. You can help by donating, fund raising or volunteering.
You can also help by adopting one of our wonderful animals and give them a happy, forever home.
How do I get in touch?
Our Branch re-homing centre for Cats and Rabbits is near Spalding
Call: 01775 640629
Our Branch re-homing centre for Dogs is near Spalding
You can adopt our ferrets at Lincolnshire Ferret Rescue near Bourne
Call: 07723 914856
We are not an RSPCA Centre for horses, donkeys, farm animals, fish, or any exotic species. If you wish to adopt any of these animals you should visit to Find a Pet on the main www.rspca.org.uk website.
For general adoption enquiries or to join a waiting list (for example, for small dogs) telephone our re-homing co-ordinator:
Call: 07967 565367