Help stop the abuse

Abused and abandoned animals need you to change their lives

Having been neglected by previous owners, Aurora has been lucky enough to find her forever home. But there are thousands more animals like her still in desperate need of help.

Aurora's story

Aurora was emaciated when she was found by RSPCA Animal Welfare Officer Matt Brown. She was taken to one of our animal centres where vets discovered the full extent of the neglect she'd suffered with every spinal bone and rib visible. Matt had never seen a dog eat so frantically - Aurora was suffering from extreme starvation.

After months of RSPCA care and rehabilitation, Aurora was adopted by her loving new family and has continued to gain weight. She is now a healthy, full of energy, happy-go-lucky dog.  

Thanks to the tireless work and care of our dedicated staff, Aurora has been given her second chance at life. But she is not alone. Every year we rescue more than 100,000 animals but we can only carry out this lifesaving work with the support and generosity of animal lovers like you.

Will you help stop the abuse by donating today and allow us to be there for the next animal that needs us?

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