Bristol Animal Rescue Centre

Bristol Animal Rescue Centre

Charity information

Bristol Animal Rescue Centre

In Bristol lost, unwanted, neglected and stray animals are cared for by Bristol Animal Rescue Centre (RSPCA Bristol and District Branch and Bristol Dogs and Cats Home) in St. Philips. All animals are welcome, loved & cared for by dedicated & experienced staff & volunteers.

Founded 1953

  • Mission statement

    Bristol Animal Rescue Centre is committed to preventing cruelty, reducing suffering and increasing and promoting animal wellbeing.

    Through the work of our Animal Centre and Clinic we rescue, rehabilitate and provide a rehoming service for nearly 2,000 animals every year.

  • Aims

    Bristol Animal Rescue Centre aims to:

    • To provide care, shelter and re-homing services for stray, abandoned and unwanted companion animals. This is done through our Animal Centre and includes dogs, cats, small domestic animals and exotics
    • To provide vital veterinary treatment for lost, sick and injured domestic animals, and wildlife, 24/7. We also provide subsidised treatments for pets whose owners are on a low income.
    • Helping people learn about the importance of animal welfare and responsible pet ownership. Our school visits and campaigns provide practical information and support on animal welfare issues.
    • Supporting the work and campaigns of National RSPCA. We work closely with local RSPCA Inspectors and other RSPCA animal centres to rescue and rehabilitate animals from cruelty or neglect.
  • Overview

    Established: May 1953

    Registered Charity Number: 205858

    Board members: 7

    Full time staff: 48

    Part time staff: 12

    Volunteers: 250

    Phone number: 01173003961

    Address: Bristol Animal Rescue Centre, 48 Albert Road, St Philips, Bristol BS2 0XA

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