To prevent cruelty to animals and to pormote kindess and humanity int heir treat.
The Scottish SPCA receives no government or lottery funding so relies on the generous donations of the public and businesses to help us continue our vital work of rescuing and rehoming Scotland's abused, injured and neglected animals.
The Scottish SPCA is involved in rescuing an rehoming all types of animals, from snakes to horses, wildlife and farm animals. The Society was formed in 1839 and is still very much needed today.
In 2009 we received over 140,000 calls to our animal helpline, our Inspectors attended over 42,500 incidents and lodged 197 criminal cases with the Procurator Fiscal. Our Prevention through Education programme reached over 45,000 school children throughout Scotland and is aiming to reach over 70,000 this year.
Phone number: 03000 999 999View charity accounts on the Scottish Charity Commission website