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RSPCA South Yorkshire Animal Centre, Bawtry

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It is abandoned kitten season and we have some lovely kittens waiting for their forever home, as well as some adorable adult cats who are just as cute and require less time settling in to your home. Click here

View other animals for adoption, discover volunteering opportunities, read about forthcoming events or find out the many ways to support us.

LIKE our Facebook page and see photos of some of our lovely rescue animals in their new homes.

 

 

 

 

 

Your unwanted items can be turned into cash. It costs an average of £10 per day to feed and care for each animal, including vet bills. Drop donations of clothes, shoes, bric a brac, books etc into our Animal Centre or one of our charity shops, or phone 01302 719790 for a collection. We also welcome small, unused gifts for our tombola, and blankets and newspapers for animal bedding.

 

We appreciate any donations that you can make and understand that not everyone wants to donate money. So if you would prefer to purchase items for our centre rather than donate money that would be amazing as well. To help give you an idea of the items we need for our centre we have created an Amazon Wishlist. By choosing one of the items off the list yourself, you can see exactly how your money is spent and that it goes towards items we really need.

Please click on the link above to access our amazon wish list and if you would like to buy the animals a little treat, some toys, extra food or even some equipment then we Thank you for this in advance, as this kindness is truly appreciated.


Thank you!

 
 
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RSPCA South Yorkshire Animal Centre, Bawtry

Doncaster, Rotherham & District Branch image

It is abandoned kitten season and we have some lovely kittens waiting for their forever home, as well as some adorable adult cats who are just as cute and require less time settling in to your home. Click here

View other animals for adoption, discover volunteering opportunities, read about forthcoming events or find out the many ways to support us.

LIKE our Facebook page and see photos of some of our lovely rescue animals in their new homes.

 

 

 

 

 

Your unwanted items can be turned into cash. It costs an average of £10 per day to feed and care for each animal, including vet bills. Drop donations of clothes, shoes, bric a brac, books etc into our Animal Centre or one of our charity shops, or phone 01302 719790 for a collection. We also welcome small, unused gifts for our tombola, and blankets and newspapers for animal bedding.

 

We appreciate any donations that you can make and understand that not everyone wants to donate money. So if you would prefer to purchase items for our centre rather than donate money that would be amazing as well. To help give you an idea of the items we need for our centre we have created an Amazon Wishlist. By choosing one of the items off the list yourself, you can see exactly how your money is spent and that it goes towards items we really need.

Please click on the link above to access our amazon wish list and if you would like to buy the animals a little treat, some toys, extra food or even some equipment then we Thank you for this in advance, as this kindness is truly appreciated.


Thank you!

 
 
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