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Figures from 2022

Every kind of rescue


When we rescued Oscar, he was painfully thin. Fearful and reactive, he was classified as a 'red' dog with specialist needs. Months of work with our vet team and animal behaviourists helped this gentle boy learn to be loved. Now Oscar has found his forever home with Paul and Carol. They adore him and Oscar is finally getting the long walks and playtime that he deserves.


This cheeky chap was rescued by one of our inspectors. He had a nasty wound and an abscess on his face, so he needed veterinary treatment and a good dose of TLC. Thankfully, our animal care staff are great matchmakers and soon found Maurice a calm home with owners willing to earn his trust. Maurice he no longer bites the hand that feeds (and strokes) him.


Dolly came to our wildlife centre in East Sussex. A marine rescue team found the young seal stranded on a beach and weighing just 12kg. Unable to survive by herself in the wild, she came to us for care where we discovered a serious injury to her right eye. Dolly was treated and monitored closely. After a few more weeks she is being released back to the sea in January, weighing a healthy 38.6kg.

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Each year, we answer more than a million calls about animals and we rescue around 100,000 animals. But this is only possible with your help. We rely on donations to fund our vital services. So please start your monthly gift today and together we can create a better world for every animal.

Based on RSPCA 2022 accounts