Lifesaving Christmas rescues
Your kindness can help more animals on the brink of death
Bramble and Crumble nearly didn't live to see their first Christmas.
Just before Christmas last year, Bramble and Crumble were abandoned in a cold, dark shed in the middle of nowhere. These two puppies were barely seven weeks old and should have been safe with their mum. Instead they were left alone to die.
Don't wait until Christmas - please send your urgent gift today to keep our Animal Rescue Teams on the road, racing to reach animals 24/7.
Your support can help us answer the calls that could save animals' lives this Christmas. Day and night, our Cruelty Line is the first vital part of rescuing animals.
With your support, inspectors and officers can be out on the road 24/7 this Christmas. The cold winter weather can be deadly for some animals - every second counts.
Animals arrive at our hospitals at all hours, sometimes with life-threatening injuries. Your support can help veterinary teams to care for animals in need.
Your support can help us feed and care for thousands of hungry animals this Christmas. Last year we had more than 3,500 animals in our care on Christmas Day.