This summer, we need your help more than ever to rescue abandoned animals

Every summer we see a huge increase in animals who have been abandoned compared to the rest of the year. But this is no ordinary year, we need your help more than ever to save animals before it's too late.

£15 could help us answer calls to our Animal Rescue Line this summer

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When a pregnant cat was found dumped in the woods, we knew we had to act fast.

When a pregnant cat was found dumped in the woods, we knew we had to act fast.

Maude was dumped and left to die in the woods in a box with two other cats. She was heavily pregnant and very distressed.

Thankfully, she was found by a local dog walker who alerted the RSPCA. We were able to give her the vital care she needed and she gave birth to two healthy kittens. But without supporters like you, Maude's story could have easily ended in tragedy.

"It must have been very frightening for them to have been left this way. We understand that people's circumstances change, but there's never an excuse to abandon animals like this."

RSPCA Inspector Kirsten Ormerod.

The coronavirus lockdown has meant that far fewer people than usual have had their cats neutered. Right now, as we reach the height of kitten season this summer, many more pregnant cats like Maude need us. But with each rescue now that much more difficult, we need your urgent help to be there for them.

With your help, we can reach more abandoned animals just like Maude before it's too late, and give them the veterinary treatment and care they need to make a full recovery. Please make your urgent gift today.

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Annie is already making a huge improvement

RSPCA Inspector Chris McGreal said: "It's quite shocking what has happened to poor Annie, she was in a terrible state when she was found." Toy poodle Annie was thrown over a seven-foot fence into someone's garden. It was clear that she'd been severely neglected. Annie has now fully recovered and living her best life in her new home. Please help us be there for animals like these Annie. Thanks to your gifts, Annie's future is now looking more hopeful.

Pups with severe skin conditions abandoned

The puppies, three males and a female, thought to be spaniels and just six weeks old at the time were found abandoned. Rescued by the RSPCA, all of the puppies were suffering from severe mange and dehydration, and two had ulcerated eyes. All puppies are now fully recovered, including Otis who qualified as a Police dog. Please help us be there for animals like these puppies, who need our urgent help.

Please make your gift today

As we face the most difficult summer yet, can you help us rescue more animals before it's too late?

Your support will make a vital difference to animals in need - thank you.

Please make your gift today

As we face the most difficult summer yet, can you help us rescue more animals before it's too late?

Your support will make a vital difference to animals in need - thank you.