We are a local branch of the RSPCA, raising funds to run animal welfare projects in the South of Cambridgeshire.
To prevent cruelty and promote kindness to animals.
RSPCA Cambridge aims to:
- All people asking the RSPCA for assistance and meeting the eligibility criteria should be offered at least a contribution sufficient to ensure that their animal is seen by a veterinary surgeon.
- Branches should be able to provide advice or assistance to animals of all species, even if only by referral to specialist organisations.
- To rehome all healthy or treatable animals taken into branch care.
- Support with welfare neutering of their animals should be offered low income owners.
Established: January 1893
Registered Charity Number: 205098
Board members: 9
Full time staff: 3
Phone number: 07742 658 086
Address: 76 Sturton Street, Cambridge, CB1 2QAView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
Pet NeuteringTo increase the proportion of neutered animals so that births match the number of availabl... More
Animal rehoming fundTo care for animals taken in by RSPCA inspectors and for sick/injured strays whose owners ... More
Emergency treatment fundTo help sick and injured animals get emergency treatment when our own animal clinic is not... More
RSPCA Cambridge Animal ClinicTo provide a low cost veterinary service for animal owners who are on very low income who ... More