A gift in your Will can help us be here for animals in the future, every single day
If you decide to leave us a gift, however large or small, it could mean that when an animal needs us in the future we will be here to help them, or even save their life.
Over the years, gifts left to us by people in their Wills have helped us build and maintain our animal centres and hospitals. Today, these gifts are as vital as ever, allowing us to invest in essential new facilities like a veterinary suite at Ashley Heath Animal Centre near Bournemouth.
In fact, gifts left to us in Wills pay for over half of all our work. In 2011 they helped us rescue or collect nearly 120,000 animals, treat more than 200,000 animals in our hospitals and investigate over 155,000 cruelty complaints. They helped us be here for animals every single day.
In the future, when an animal comes to us hungry or neglected, a gift in your Will can mean we are able to care for them and build up their strength. If they come to us injured, we can treat them and help them recover. If they come to us having endured fear or trauma we can help them rebuild their trust and begin a new life.
A new beginning for Rosie
When Rosie was cruelly thrown over the fence of an RSPCA centre on a freezing cold night, she was suffering horribly with mange.
We took her in immediately, providing her with the expert veterinary care she needed and lots of love and attention. When she was better, we found Rosie the loving home she deserved.
A gift in your Will can mean we’re always here for animals like Rosie.
These days, the process of making or amending a Will is relatively straightforward. Visit the how you can remember the RSPCA in your Will page or contact us for more information.