Southridge Animal Centre
Latest Coronavirus update
Due to the ongoing situation with Corona virus, although we wish it was possible to continue to provide you with the best service possible, there continue to be limitations in order to safeguard the staff and volunteers at the Centre. We continue to be closed for public viewing.
From the 12th of April 2021 we can invite people on site but by pre arranged appointments only and where it is in the best interest of an animal. All apointments will take place in an outdoor setting and in line with the rule of 6.
Animals in our care available for adoption are displayed on the national RSPCA website (rspca.org.uk/findapet). We welcome you to email us to discuss suitability of an animal you have seen and the staff will conduct the interview process via virtual means.
Our current animal residents will continue to require care during the corona virus outbreak which is why we are taking these steps to ensure we can run as smoothly as possible during this time.
We are an animal rehoming, fostering, rescue and adoption centre in Hertfordshire.
Our facilities enable us to take in many different species of animal rescued by the RSPCA. At any one time we could be caring for over 250 animals, so you can imagine the amount of time, effort and expense involved.
Under normal circumstances, we host a variety of events throughout the year to fundraise, including our annual fun day and dog show, a one-day outdoor music festival and a Christmas Ball, among others.
We're always looking for more volunteers to join us and keep our very busy centre and activities running, although currently due to Covid, it is not possible to train anyone up. There are many other ways people can support us apart from volunteering.