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Closure of our facilities to the public

Due to the UK Government announcement - our network of animal centres, wildlife centres and charity shops must close to the public until further notice.

Although we remain committed to looking after all of the animals in our care, from 25 March no animals can be sent out on adoption or fostering. No animals can be admitted from the public, this includes wildlife.

This is an incredibly difficult time for us and we appreciate your ongoing support during the Coronavirus crisis.

We have four wildlife centres (located in Cheshire, East Sussex, Norfolk and Somerset) that admit injured, sick and orphaned wild animals for care, rehabilitation and eventual release back to the wild.

If you are looking for a wildlife rehabilitator and do not live near an RSPCA wildlife centre, the following websites have lists of wildlife rehabilitators, but it is important to note that not all of these will have been visited by RSPCA inspectors:

British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council

UK Animal Rescuers

We have advice for anyone looking for help with an injured wild animal, or for anyone concerned about an orphaned wild animal.

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