We're here for abandoned animals
By taking part in our Spring Raffle, you'll be helping us provide expert care and rehabilitation for all the animals in our centres. Spring 2023 saw a 7.88% increase in reports of abandonments to the RSPCA compared to Spring 2022.
We're still investigating so many abandonment cases this year, and need your help to save animals like Frank.
A member of the public found the six-month-old black and white cat tied up in a carrier bag, in a Folkestone country lane. We didn't know how long he'd been trapped there. He was covered in fleas and his fur had been cut.
RSPCA Inspector Kirsten Ormerod freed Frank. "We're very grateful to the person who found this poor cat," she says. Frank is on the mend, and Kirsten is now investigating the incident, so we can bring the person responsible to justice.
After being hospitalised for more than two weeks, Maisie was taken into foster care where she went from strength to strength.
"This was an incredibly cruel thing to do to an animal," she says. "Anything could have happened to this poor young cat."
Every ticket you buy helps keep RSPCA rescuers on the roads, saving animals like Frank. Give yourself a chance of winning a fabulous prize and help save many more lives this spring!
*Data abandonment & neglect report January to April 2020-2023