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Contacting us

If you need to report cruelty or an animal in distress call us on 0300 1234 999. Please see our Reporting cruelty page for more information.

Contact details for all other enquiries can be found below. Please note that our establishment may be operated largely by volunteers and whilst we will attempt to come back to you as quickly as possible there may be some delay.

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Our services

  • Microchipping
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    Tel: 03000 12 12 12
    Opening Times: Select option 2: 9.30am-1pm, Monday-Friday
    Notes: Cat neutering & microchipping scheme in partnership between RSPCA Cymru & Cats Protection. You can find out more, including a map of the vets that are enrolled in the scheme by visiting https://www.rspca.org.uk/-/wales. Contact the vet you would like to use directly, and explain that you would like to use the RSPCA Cymru & Cats Protection Neutering & Microchipping scheme
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  • Neutering
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    Tel: 03000 12 12 12
    Opening Times: Select option 2: 9.30am-1pm, Monday-Friday
    Notes: Cat neutering & microchipping scheme in partnership between RSPCA Cymru & Cats Protection. You can find out more, including a map of the vets that are enrolled in the scheme by visiting https://www.rspca.org.uk/-/wales. Contact the vet you would like to use directly, and explain that you would like to use the RSPCA Cymru & Cats Protection Neutering & Microchipping scheme
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  • Neutering
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    Tel: 0300 123 8902
    Opening Times: 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday
    Notes: To qualify for financial assistance under the AWA scheme, members of the public must be in receipt of at least one of the following benefits: Attendance Allowance Child tax credit Council tax benefit Employment Support Allowance (ESA) Housing benefit Income Support Job Seekers Allowance (JSA) Pension credit Personal Independence Payment (PIP) (replaces Disability Living Allowance DLA) Universal credit Working tax credit
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  • Veterinary financial aid
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    Tel: 0300 123 8902
    Opening Times: 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday
    Notes: To qualify for financial assistance under the AWA scheme, members of the public must be in receipt of at least one of the following benefits: Attendance Allowance Child tax credit Council tax benefit Employment Support Allowance (ESA) Housing benefit Income Support Job Seekers Allowance (JSA) Pension credit Personal Independence Payment (PIP) (replaces Disability Living Allowance DLA) Universal credit Working tax credit
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General contact details

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Visit our website https://www.rspca.org.uk/local/pembrokeshire-branch www.rspca.org.uk/local/pembrokeshire-branch

We are involved in the £5 cat neutering & microchipping scheme in partnership between RSPCA Cymru and Cats Protection in Wales.  You can see a map, showing which vets are enrolled in the scheme by visiting https://www.rspca.org.uk/-/wales, and find out more on our About Us page or by calling 03000 12 12 12 (option 2: 9.30am-1pm, Monday-Friday). We are able to offer some financial assistance towards the cost of unexpected veterinary costs, and to support with the costs of neutering and microchipping pets - find out more on our 'About Us' page. To enquire about this service please call 0300 123 8902 (9am-5pm, Monday-Friday). RSPCA branches prioritise animals that we have rescued from cruelty & neglect, which may mean we cannot take in unwanted pets.  If you need to rehome your animal, please call RSPCA Llys Nini Animal Centre to see whether they have space - 01792 229 435.

Other useful local contacts

Pembrokeshire Branch is able to offer some financial assistance to help local animals in need. This is intended for owners who have experienced unexpected veterinary costs for their pet and are having difficulty with payment.

Due to the high level of demand for this service the financial contribution is restricted to certain treatments and fixed amounts. It does not include routine treatments such as vaccinations and other preventative treatment.
Proof of means tested benefits or low income is required before any financial assistance is granted, which will be in the form of a voucher, redeemable at the veterinary practice where treatment is to be provided

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