About Southall Cattery and Clinic
The RSPCA Southall Cattery is located in Southall, west of London, and is within easy reach of the M4 between junctions 2 and 3.
Southall Cattery is based at the White House which, along with its land, was a legacy from the Allport sisters who bequeathed it to be used to continue the work of the Animal Help Society which they had set up in 1935.
In 1966 the RSPCA formally opened the new cattery with the Mayor of Ealing attending the opening ceremony.
Low-cost vet care
Our newly upgraded clinic offers veterinary care at a subsidised rate. You must book an appointment in advance.
Please note the veterinary clinic is currently not open on Friday due to staff training.
Our eligibility criteria has been updated and we now only see new clients on the following benefits:
Income Support (IS)
Job Seekers Allowance (JSA)
Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)
Pension Credit (NOT state pension)
Universal Credit (only the parts related to IC, JSA, ESA- not Working Tax Credit, Child tax Credit or any other components). Must be receiving a Standard Allowance and show up-to-date proof.
All clients, old or new, have to show proof of benefits, proof of address and photo ID every time they attend the hospital to ensure ongoing eligibility.
We will register a maximum of two animals from each household and cover the following postcodes:
W3, 5, 7, 13 UB 1-10, TW1-TW19, KT1-KT10, KT12-KT13, KT17-KT21.