Middlesex North West Branch
The Middlesex North West Branch of the RSPCA is a locally based animal welfare charity that works to prevent cruelty to and suffering of animals. Every year we rescue and rehome hundreds of unwanted, stray and abandoned animals. In addition to this we assist many animals whose owners cannot afford the full costs of veterinary treatment that their animals require.
We serve in the London Boroughs of Brent, Harrow and Hillingdon (north of the A40), and Watford (including Bushey and Oxhey), Rickmansworth, St Albans and Radlett in South Hertfordshire. Through this proactive approach to animal welfare work we are able to assist animals and their owners quickly and effectively when the need arises.
As a separately registered branch of the RSPCA we are responsible for raising funds locally to help animals in our area. We raise funds through a variety of events we run through the year, our seven charity shops, and through donations and legacies we receive from the public.
This money has enabled us to take into our care 676 animals. By the years end we had managed to find new homes for 600 of the animals that we had come in. This includes 31 feral cats that were found new permanent homes on country smallholding.
You can read more about the branch on our web site RSPCA Middlesex North West