The RSPCA North Wiltshire branch is a self-funding, separately registered charity. We’re one of 172 RSPCA branches in England and Wales which works with the national organisation and its inspectorate to care for sick, injured and neglected animals.
We aim to find suitable new homes for as many animals as possible which come into our care and to provide proper care for those who have been injured, neglected, mistreated or abandoned.
In addition we offer financial assistance for veterinary treatment to owners on some government benefits. Wherever possible, animals are neutered and micro-chipped before being re-homed. From time-to-time, we also run local welfare campaigns such as free micro-chipping and free neutering.
Our mission is to prevent cruelty, promote kindness and alleviate suffering of animals by promoting Section 9 of the Animal Welfare Act which details the five fundamental needs of animals;
There are many ways you can help the RSPCA North Wiltshire branch. Asking your local business to place a collection tin in their store can raise almost £200 a year. If you have the time you can also volunteer in our warehouse or one of our shops. Re-homing a pet or purchasing from one of our official shops also helps us greatly! Find out more using the links below:
Last One Running for RSPCA North Wiltshire is returning to Lydiard Park this August 18th. The race is designed to test c
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LAST ONE RUNNING IS BACK! Following the success of last year’s event our charity race is back again this August in
Our environment enthusiasts are on it again, with a two day litter pick coming up this May. The litter pick is organised