North Somerset Branch

Safe Haven North Somerset Branch - Sponsor a Kennel, Cat Pen or Rabbit Run

Safe Haven North Somerset Branch

Sponsor a Kennel, Cat Pen or Rabbit Run

Each year the North Somerset Branch of the RSPCA and its Animal Centre at Brent Knoll cares for several hundred animals as they are rescued by the RSPCA Inspectors and Animal Collection Officers. Some are found abandoned or injured and others are victims of cruelty and neglect. There are also those that need new homes through no fault of their own.

A simple way to make a difference is to join our Safe Haven sponsors and give vital support to the work of Brent Knoll Animal Centre.

From £ ‘you decide’ per month you can help our rescue dogs, cats and rabbits by sponsoring one of our kennels: Mendip, Quantock, Polden, Blackdown, Bredon or The Knoll. A cat pen: Daisy, Lily, Violet, Pansy, Daffodil, Poppy, Tulip, Primrose, Lavender, Marigold, Orchid, Sunflower, Tansy, Bluebell, Hyacinth or Foxglove or a rabbit run: Parsley, Nutmeg, Basil, Rosemary, Cinnamon or Thyme.

Signing up is easy, the hardest part is deciding which to choose!
You will need to decide whether you would like to do this for yourself, as a gift for someone else, or perhaps in memory of a much loved pet. The monthly amount you contribute is entirely up to you. All that is needed is completion of the registration and standing order forms.


We will acknowledge your kindness by displaying your name on your chosen pen, kennel or rabbit run board. Sending you a twice yearly newsletter, detailing the work of Brent Knoll Animal centre. Giving you a ‘welcome pack’ that includes a certificate, car sticker and a copy of your latest newsletter and inviting you to open days and other events.


For further information a Safe Haven registration and standing order form, please email
enquiries@rspcanorthsomerset or ring 01278 782671 Tuesday – Sunday 11.00-1.00 and 2.00 – 4.30 or pop in and see us. (Closed Mondays)

Thank you for considering becoming a Safe Haven Supporter and helping to give animals at Brent Knoll Animal Centre another chance.