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Norwich & Mid-Norfolk Branch

We are a branch of the RSPCA raising money locally to support our animal welfare work through fundraising activities, legacies and our charity shops. Our work in the region costs us around £800 per day.

Our branch is run by a committee of locally elected volunteers who are responsible for the management and administration of the branch's affairs.

The branch rehomes cats and dogs, with an on site cattery for 38 cats and spaces for 10 dogs at a private boarding kennels outside the city.

Our aims:

  • To alleviate suffering and rehabilitate damaged and neglected animals throughout our Branch area.
  • To find new and loving homes for stray or abandoned animals.
  • To conduct neutering and microchipping campaigns in areas of need.
  • To offer financial assistance towards veterinary treatment to pet owners in receipt of means-tested benefits, (assessed on a case by case basis)
  • To pay veterinary fees for un-owned animals requiring treatment.
  • To provide information to help educate the general public on matters of animal welfare.
 
 

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Contact details:

03030401565

Visit our website www.rspcanorwich.org.uk

Address:

Low Rd

North Tuddenham

Dereham

NR20 3DH

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Opening hours:

11.00-3pm Tues to Sat

Services offered:

Adopt an animal

General enquiries

Pet merchandise

Charity number:

206629

Norwich & Mid-Norfolk Branch

We are a branch of the RSPCA raising money locally to support our animal welfare work through fundraising activities, legacies and our charity shops. Our work in the region costs us around £800 per day.

Our branch is run by a committee of locally elected volunteers who are responsible for the management and administration of the branch's affairs.

The branch rehomes cats and dogs, with an on site cattery for 38 cats and spaces for 10 dogs at a private boarding kennels outside the city.

Our aims:

  • To alleviate suffering and rehabilitate damaged and neglected animals throughout our Branch area.
  • To find new and loving homes for stray or abandoned animals.
  • To conduct neutering and microchipping campaigns in areas of need.
  • To offer financial assistance towards veterinary treatment to pet owners in receipt of means-tested benefits, (assessed on a case by case basis)
  • To pay veterinary fees for un-owned animals requiring treatment.
  • To provide information to help educate the general public on matters of animal welfare.
 
 
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