First party cookies
Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by websites that you visit. A first party cookie is set by the domain, such as the computer you are using to access the Internet, or the website, that you are on.
The first party cookies that we use on rspca.org.uk are listed below.
RSPCA - Cookie Support
Name as it appears in your browser: COOKIE_SUPPORT
This cookie checks whether cookies are enabled by your browser. Many services on our website rely on cookies for functionality, for example My RSPCA or the donation process.
RSPCA - Language Settings
Name as it appears in your browser: GUEST_LANGUAGE_ID
This cookie records your language preferences.
RSPCA - Java Session
Name as it appears in your browser: JSESSIONID
This cookie is used to identify you between page loads. This allows the RSPCA site to remember certain settings, for example, if you are logged into your My RSPCA account. This cookie is destroyed each time you close the browser.
RSPCA - Pet Search
Name as it appears in your browser: petSearchListingCookie
This cookie is used to remember your pet search settings so that you don't need to put details in the search filters each time.
RSPCA - CMS Session
Name as it appears in your browser: CMS_PRD_SESSIONID
This cookie is used by our CMS to identify user session on the server. This cookie is destroyed each time you close the browser.
Names as they appear in your browser: COMPANY_ID, ID, PASSWORD, LOGIN, SCREEN_NAME
Liferay cookies store your login information for the My RSPCA section of our site.
Name as it appears in your browser: ASP.NET_SessionId
This cookie is used to track user sessions during the donation process on the RSPCA site. This cookie is destroyed each time you close the browser.
RSPCA - AddThis counter
Name as it appears in your browser: _atshc
This cookie collects information about RSPCA web pages you have shared with others using the AddThis social bookmarking widget. AddThis privacy information: www.addthis.com/privacy/privacy-policy#publisher-visitors
Names as they appear in your browser: __utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmz
These cookies are used to collect analytical information about how visitors use the RSPCA site. All information is collected in an anonymous form and includes stats such as browser usage, new visitor numbers, response to marketing activity and donation amounts. That information helps us to improve the website and your experience, and to make our marketing campaigns relevant.