Prioritising Animals in Need
Our highest priority is to help those animals most in need; animals who are sick, injured, neglected or victims of cruelty.
To ensure that we are able to help these animals we need to be able to provide a safe place for them to be taken to.
This is why the RSPCA have introduced a scheme which prioritises animals rescued by our Inspectors from cruelty and neglect.
The introduction of this scheme means that we are no longer able to take on all of the stray or unwanted animals that are brought into our centre.
If an owner wants to give up their animal we always ask them to consider their decision carefully.
Sometimes all that is needed is a change in lifestyle or environment to make an animal happier. Visit the 'Our Pets' section on the www.rspca.org.uk website for advice on animal needs.
If an owner still feels unable to cope with their pet they should search for another animal welfare organisation in their area.
Sick or Injured Stray Animals
Sick or injured animals should be taken to a vet. We do not have veterinary facilities at this site.
Healthy Stray Animals
We are not able to take in stray cats or dogs. If you find a stray animal please follow the advice below: