The South Bucks branch of the RSPCA cares for around 400 sick, injured and abandoned animals in our local area each year. Finding them new homes and giving them a second chance is the main focus of our work. Many are beloved pets from owners who can no longer care for them, others are rescued from abuse and neglect. Run by volunteers and almost entirely self-funded, we rely on the generosity of individuals, groups and companies to help us care for the local animals in need.
There are many ways you can help us, all help is greatly appreciated:
CALLING ALL FARMS, STABLES AND SMALL HOLDINGS in Bucks, Berks and Oxfordshire.
HELP! We are compiling a list of people who might be able to home a feral cat/s. May we add your name?
A feral cat is unable to be domesticated and is often quite scared of humans and their population is ever increasing in numbers both nationally and in our area. So it is important to get them neutered!
Feral cats appear irregularly but once they appear we set humane traps for them. Once trapped they are taken to the vet where they are checked, tested and neutered before going off to their new homes.
All they need is regular food, a warm dry place to sleep - shed, stables or barn and in return you will get an efficient rodent patrol!
Please contact: Joan Johnson on 01494 527118.
For more ways that you can help us, please visit the South Bucks RSPCA Web Site.