Crewe, Nantwich & District Branch

Your local RSPCA

Crewe, Nantwich & District Branch

Our primary goal is to care for neglected and homeless dogs and cats until we can find them loving, new homes.

Our dogs and cats (and the occasional rabbit) come to us via the nationally operated RSPCA Inspectors. We do not have an animal centre - we rely on fosterers and private boarding, which means space and resources are limited, but we do our best, and we have rehomed hundreds of animals.    Unfortunately, we do not have the facilities to  take animals from the public

Join our branch community by visiting our  Facebook page. We are also on Twitter   and on  Instagram.

Please help us help local animals in need!

  • We are a small rehoming charity,  independently registered from the national RSPCA - although we operate under their guidelines and policies.
  • We raise our own funding for the local animal welfare work that we do - we are on a constant drive to raise funds so that we can help as many animals as possible. We are grateful for any  donation, large or small, which we use to house, feed and treat our animals.
  • We are staffed entirely by our wonderful volunteers. We always welcome new volunteers to help with the socialisation of the animals that are with us, or to help us with fundraising the monies needed for their care until they find their new homes.

 Find out more about the different ways you can help local animals

Adopting an animal from us

 Where possible, we try to rehome our animals amongst our local community, which covers the wider area around Crewe and Nantwich. This allows us to support new owners as required. We do rehome further afield, but this decision is made on a case-by-case basis.

All our animals are neutered, microchipped, de-fleed, wormed and vaccinated before rehoming - the adoption fee provides a small contribution towards these costs:

Adoption fees:       Dog/Puppy - £105           Cat - £70     Kitten - £85            Rabbit - £20

To meet the animal you are interested in  (at their boarding or fostering establishment)  an appointment must be made  by phoning the contact given on the animal's listing.   

We will carry out a home visit before you take your new pet home  - this is an opportunity for you to ask questions about the care and requirements of your proposed pet. We follow RSPCA guidelines when rehoming our animals and, occasionally, we may have to say no.

Rehome a pet - can you offer a home to an animal in our care?