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Welcome to the Potters Bar, Hatfield & Barnet Branch

We are just one of 164 independent branch charities that support RSPCA campaigns.

As a separately registered branch of the RSPCA we are responsible for raising funds locally to help animals in our area. We are run by a committee of local volunteers and raise money through fundraising events, donations and legacies. We receive no government or lottery funding.

We aim to promote responsible pet ownership through local microchipping and neutering campaigns. We also have cats and kittens for adoption and offer advice and support to the public by telephone calls to our branch line and via email.

Please note that our branch do NOT deal with calls or emails regarding sick, injured or abused animals. You will need to contact the national cruelty line on 0300 1234 999 to report an animal in distress or visit the main website for more advice. 

Please take a look through our new website to find out more about how to support us, donate, volunteer, and to rehome an animal.

Details of lost & found animals in our area can be found on our news page.

 
 

Our events

 

Contact details:

07872 902710

Email us at rspca.pottersbarbranch@gmail.com Visit our website www.rspca-pottersbarhatfieldandbarnet.org.uk

Social:

Opening hours:

Unspecified opening times.

Services offered:

Adopt an animal

General enquiries

Microchipping

Neutering

Veterinary financial aid

Charity number:

208699

We prioritise animals in need, which may mean we cannot take in unwanted pets.

Welcome to the Potters Bar, Hatfield & Barnet Branch

We are just one of 164 independent branch charities that support RSPCA campaigns.

As a separately registered branch of the RSPCA we are responsible for raising funds locally to help animals in our area. We are run by a committee of local volunteers and raise money through fundraising events, donations and legacies. We receive no government or lottery funding.

We aim to promote responsible pet ownership through local microchipping and neutering campaigns. We also have cats and kittens for adoption and offer advice and support to the public by telephone calls to our branch line and via email.

Please note that our branch do NOT deal with calls or emails regarding sick, injured or abused animals. You will need to contact the national cruelty line on 0300 1234 999 to report an animal in distress or visit the main website for more advice. 

Please take a look through our new website to find out more about how to support us, donate, volunteer, and to rehome an animal.

Details of lost & found animals in our area can be found on our news page.

 
 
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