We are a small branch of the RSPCA (and a separately registered charity), rehoming dogs and cats across the Crewe, Nantwich and surrounding areas (Winsford, Shavington, Wrenbury, Audlem, Barthomley, Haslington, Hough, Malpas, Tilston, Middlewich, Byley, Bunbury, Marton, Wettenhall, Faddiley, Wardle, Bickerton etc.). Join our branch community by visiting our Facebook page. We are also on Twitter and on Instagram.
- Our primary purpose is to rehabilitate and rehome dogs and cats that come to us via the nationally operated RSPCA Inspectors. Unfortunately, this means that we cannot accept unwanted animals from the public. While rehoming is our main activity, we can also offer financial help to pet owners on means-tested benefits who are struggling to pay for neutering or some vet treatments.
- We are staffed entirely by volunteers.
- We do not have an Animal Centre - the animals in our care are housed in private boarding establishments or with foster carers until we can find homes for them.
- Our resources are limited by the monies we can raise and the donations we receive. All RSPCA branches work under the umbrella of the national RSPCA, but are actually separate and individually registered charities, responsible for finding our own funding for our work with local animals. So, if you would like to make a donation to support LOCAL animals, please donate here.
By the way, we are not the same as, or part of, RSPCA Stapeley Grange Cattery and Wildlife Centre. We are two separate entities, although we are both RSPCA, and we do have a great relationship! Stapeley is an RSPCA centre, staffed and managed directly by the national RSPCA, while we are a separately registered and volunteer-run charity, working under the guidelines and policies of the national RSPCA.
Veterinary financial aid