Thousands of animals find forever homes

We find thousands of animals a forever home each year

The three key steps that change lives

RSPCA Animal Collection Officer holding dog © RSPCA

1. Rescue:

Our brave inspectors will always intervene if we find out that an animal is being cruelly treated or neglected. Last year, we rescued 114,584 animals.



Dog being trained at RSPCA centre © RSPCA

2. Rehabilitate:

Once an animal has been rescued, they will often be taken to one of our 62 animal centres. That's where they'll receive veterinary care, training and socialisation to help them overcome their past and get ready for rehoming.



Dog sitting on the sofa with owner © RSPCA

3. Rehome:

After animals have recovered from any illnesses, injuries or behavioural problems, we start looking for a new home for them. Every year, we help around 45,000 animals to find homes full of the kindness and love they deserve.


Could your home be an animal's forever home?

Be a vital volunteer

RSPCA volunteer cat cuddler © RSPCA

If you have a little time, we have lots of great volunteering roles. Meet like minded people who share the same enthusiasm for animal welfare.

Sponsor dog kennels, cat pods or horse stables

Black and white spaniel puppy in an RSPCA kennel © RSPCA

Help us give more rescue animals a safe place to stay, from just £10 a month. As a fantstic sponsor you'll receive a welcome pack, regular updates, free gifts and discounts.